Jocelyne makes all her pieces from scratch.  Alone in her studio, she works every day on dozens of pieces at different stages of their production process.

First, she carves the master piece in wax.  This wax is molded into plaster.  Tha plaster is then heated and the evaporated wax is replaced by molten sterling silver.  Once hardened, the master piece can be sanded and polished.

From her master pieces, Jocelyne makes her own rubber molds in which she will be able to cast molten wax to reproduce her jewels in series.  Each wax piece will then pass through the same process of plaster molding/sterling silver casting than the master piece.  Each silver piece can now be sanded, welded, oxidized, gritted, polished and steam-cleaned before to be ready to be sold.