3D printed Jewelry reworked by hand. Pure French concept, TOCHU-DE stands out by creating with 3D printing, jewels both light and resistant to poetic and contemporary design, reworked in a traditional way.
Karelle and Loic evolve in a craft 3.0 and together create TOCHU-DE. TOCHU-DE literally means "halfway" in Japanese, makes a point of honor to weave aesthetic links between digital and crafts, thus giving birth to the design of their contemporary and poetic jewelry. Both lightweight and durable, the jewelry TOCHU-DE are made of laser fused nylon powder in a 3D printer. Each piece is hand painted in our workshop near Chartres.