Charles Eames (1907-1978) and Ray Kaiser (1912-1988) crossed paths in the 1930s, united by their passion for design. They formed an explosive duo with a universe of their own, which left a legacy of furniture, toys, architecture and even movies. His main motivation was to achieve the mass production of ergonomic and design furniture, to satisfy the need of an American society affected by the Great Depression of the 1930s and later World War II.
This pendant is inspired by one of his plywood sculptures, a flexible and moldable wood. The result, a circle that makes the union of a duo eternal.
All pieces are manually designed with clay and produced in gold-plated silver.