Gisele Theriault began to pursue jewelry design in 1990 while she was expecting her third child, a son. He was born five years to the day of her father's death. Her father was the village barber, intrigued by stories of humanity and their symmetries. Her father was a passionate listener as the barbershop echoed with stories. When he retold many of the village's tribulations and triumphs around his family supper table, the stories became imbued with a sense of human proportion and achievement. The spirit of these stories remained in Gisele's mind for many years as she traveled throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. The stories told through Gisele's jewelry and watches combine the influences of diverse culture and times, and of course, the spirit of a gentle man and a wonderful storyteller. Thus the dedication of the Barber's Daughter.
The Barber's Daughters
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