Montreal designer Anne-Marie Chagnon was trained at the Fine Arts Faculty of the University of Quebec. She creates eye-catching manifestations from a mysterious world of beauty from beyond. Materials used in her collections are pewter, limpid glass, luminous resin, and lavish gold. She shapes her materials instinctively while keeping their form. These pieces are one of a kind and handmade. It is a genuine tribute to personal expression, each of her creations is an art you can wear in accordance with your changing moods and desires. Giving back to the community is in Anne-Marie Chagnon's DNA. The importance of community involvement in her business model contributed to her winning the YWCA Montreal's Women of Distinction Award in the Entrepreneurship category in 2015. The company engages with the community by supporting numerous charitable and non-profit organisations of various fields, including those that promote culture and women’s health and well-being.
This necklace features a silver triangle bead and two white beads, one tube shaped and the other geometric. It is a long necklace, 28 inches and adjustable down to 25. It is a lobster claw closure.