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Hélène Prime, the eclectic Parisian

Parisian style, refine taste and color obsessed, Hélène Prime launched her first jewelry collection made of horn and semi-precious stones. She unveils strong pieces for women with personnality.

The desire to be her own boss has always been prominent… it goes back to when she opened her decoration boutique right after getting her fashion degree. Two children and a multiple of life choices later, Hélène Prime always had a thing with colors.

Under her misleading so-parisian delicate style, Hélène Prime loves what is big, rough and imposing, hence the men’s sports watch on her left wrist. She believes that one single piece of jewelry should reveal a woman’s personality and pieces of jewelry with strong identity are self-sufficient.

Fond of colors, passionate with materials, and obsessed with style mixes, Hélène Prime uses ornmental opaques or translucent stones (simply allowing light to pass through) she sets on Zebu horn, an African cow.

Originating from India or China, she chooses each stone carefully: cornaline, red jasper, pink quartz, agates, chalcedonies, malachites, sodalites, lapis lazuli, eye of tiger or amethyst.

From the color of the stones combined to the design and detail of the horn, each cuff is unique.

The main idea is to create a unique piece of jewelry that won’t be seen every other day.
Open to suggestions, Hélène Prime encourages her clients or future clients to voice what they want!

Prix ranging from ~ 175 euros to 450 euros.
2 to 3 weeks delivery upon request for a special order.

Helène Prime
Horn cuff with rhodonite,malachite and amazonite
Helène Prime
Horn and Rhodonite cuff
Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne to become a stylist.
Degree from the French Institute of Fashion (IFM) the same year she gave birth to her son and got the winner prize of the Courtaulds contest for la Redoute. He collection was presented at the Trocadéro Musée de L’homme under the patronage of Jean-Paul Gaultier.
She opened of a decoration boutique in the Marais in Paris realizing that she prefered the art industry rather than fashion.
After going back to being a paid employee for four years, she builds from scratch a new company as an interior decorator in collaboration with an architect.
As co-partner, she launches Balzarines, a clutch collection made of leather and editor’s fabric adorned with a jewel clasp.
After a jewelry training at the BJOP (Union Française de la Bijouterie, Joaillerie et Orfèvrerie) Hélène Prime launches her eponymous jewelry brand.