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Amidst the vines, small structures have stood in place since the Narbo Martius times,

marking out the path of a former aqueduct that used to supply Narbonne

with water from the springs in Fontfroide.

In the countryside, these small, aligned shapes are an oddity and

are meaningful in light of their material.

They are the Monjoie aedicula in France’s Corbières region.

The jewellery in the Monjoie collection pays homage to these symbolic structures and

is an expression of the union between architecture and jewellery.

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