SCARO jewelry is entirely handmade in Quebec in the jeweler’s workshop in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. To obtain the desired effects, Caroline works her metals using one or both of the following traditional techniques:
Using this technique, Caroline can create complex shapes and volumes. Skilled in sculpture, she favours this technique to sculpt beetle’s bodies, but also to produce very detailed rings and bangles. Pendants, bracelets, earrings and other jewelry can also be made using this thousand-year-old technique.
Directly in the metal:
Using a nugget, Caroline creates an ingot that will be transformed into a plaque or a thread of different thicknesses. She uses this technique for many of her creations. This method requires many tools and a lot of patience and dexterity. She also regularly combines these two techniques to make a single item of jewelry, such as her beetles, where the legs and setting are made in the metal itself and the body is made in lost wax.
SCARO guarantees all its jewelry against damage that may arise due to a production error. SCARO has adopted a policy of not reproducing unique pieces.