Deborah Vivas Tresor Bracelet
Tresor Bracelet is Iron Design Award winner in 2015 - 2016 Fine Arts and Art Installation Design Award Category.
Tresor Bracelet

The artist inspiration for the Tresor Bracelet comes from the sun's reflection on moving water. Techniques like salt water etching and hand carving created the textures on the bracelet. Mild steel and fused high karat gold alloys are the main materials the artist used for the design. The bracelet showcases a raw topaz crystal which combined with the gold patterns created by the fusing technique, makes it a versatile art piece. The artist finished the design creating an asymmetric curved shaped to fit comfortably in the wearers arm.

Tresor  Bracelet
Deborah Vivas Tresor
Deborah Vivas Bracelet
Deborah Vivas design
Deborah Vivas design
Deborah Vivas

Deborah Vivas, a Canadian metalsmith with a background in Architecture and Design has a playful outlook and practical approach to design. Her dynamic international experiences - living and creating jewellery in Venezuela, Mexico, United States and Canada - inspired a respect for the global landscape and local environments. She is dedicated to sustainability in her studio, recycled metals purchasing and believes that playful and interesting jewellery does not need to sacrifice elegance or ethics.


Hand-crafted jewelry art pieces that represent statements of motion, energy and function. With each collection we open your senses to the feel of steel and high karat gold. Our traditional cultural inspirations are grounded in history, and we look to the future by promoting ethical practices.