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Lea Stein Jewellery

Lea Stein began designing her iconic jewellery from the early 1960’s, pioneering a unique method of working with celluloid & plastics. Together with her husband, Fernand Steinberger who was a chemist at the time, Stein developed a technique of layering and laminating extremely thin sheets of celluloid acetate. The multi-dimensional pieces were then baked for long periods, cooled and cut into shapes - a painstaking process that could take up to six months to complete...
Rare Lea Stein Paris Vintage Signed Collectible Serigraphy Brooch Pin "Ile aux Enfants" c. 1960
Rare Lea Stein Paris Vintage Signed Collectible Serigraphy Brooch Pin Rare Lea Stein Paris Vintage Signed Collectible Serigraphy Brooch Pin Rare Lea Stein Paris Vintage Signed Collectible Serigraphy Brooch Pin

Rare Lea Stein Paris Vintage Signed Collectible Serigraphy Brooch Pin "Ile aux Enfants" c. 1960

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Rare Lea Stein Paris Vintage Signed Collectible Serigraphy Brooch Pin "Ile aux Enfants" c. 1960

This is a unique, one of a kind piece made by Lea Stein in 1960s. They are silk screened and are highly collectable.

This Serigraphy brooch is from her"Ile aux Enfants" collection.
 

Material: Celluloid Acetate 

Signed: Lea Stein Paris both stamped onto the brooch and also signed on the v-clasp

Diameter: 4.5cm

Colour: Yellow, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Black

Condition: Vintage c. 1960

 

About Lea Stein (Born In France)
Lea Stein began designing her iconic jewellery from the early 1960’s, pioneering a unique method of working with celluloid & plastics. Together with her husband, Fernand Steinberger who was a chemist at the time, Stein developed a technique of layering and laminating extremely thin sheets of celluloid acetate. The multi-dimensional pieces were then baked for long periods, cooled and cut into shapes - a painstaking process that could take up to six months to complete.
Stein has continued to work this way over the decades, creating original hand-crafted pieces - of which no two are ever exactly alike - recognisable by their extraordinary designs, colours, textures and patterns. All Lea Stein pieces stocked at Harlequin Market are signed and sourced directly from Stein herself in Paris by Bruna Harrison, ensuring their authenticity and collectibility.


 


 

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