MARIO CÁCERES. The Route of the Goldsmiths.
In the eighties, outside an emblematic supermarket in San Fernando, various artisans exhibited their work. In that place, Mario, at the young age of 15, observed the meticulous work of those people. So, he took a pair of pliers, copper wire and ventured to practice with his hands. At that moment he knew he had the ability to work with these materials. She began making jewelry with copper wire, to continue with macramé. Four years ago he started in copper lamps, coming to make endless fabrics with this metal. Today it incorporates the filigree technique, interlacing that results in a network of translucent lace, giving the raw material, thanks to its mastery, lights and shadows that provide intimate and warm spaces in the homes of those who wear it. Your lamps are fascinating.
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