Art by Kalevala

Thai Earrings

€1.200
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The Thai collection designed by Björn Weckström in the 1970’s is reintroduced to celebrate the internationally best-known Finnish jewelry artist’s 85th anniversary. The small earrings made of richly glowing gold are adorned with sparkling diamonds, like shards of a star fallen from the sky. For pierced ears.

Made-to-order, delivery time 6 weeks.

Details and sizing

Weight: 0.002 kg
Article number: 1651531tit
Karaatit: 1x0.02ct
Material: Gold
Weight: 0.002 kg
Article number: 1651531tit
Karaatit: 1x0.02ct
Material: Gold
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Thai

Jewelry artist and sculptor Björn Weckström is Finland’s most famous jewelry designer internationally. In the early 1960s, he created a series of gold jewelry inspired by gold nuggets from Finnish Lapland. The uneven soft glow of matte gold jewelry made them like miniature sculptures created by Nature itself. The jewelry signified a revolution in the still highly conservative world of jewelry, and made Björn Weckström famous worldwide. Organic, sculpturesque designs and the warm glow of matte gold became a signature feature for gold jewelry designed by Weckström. The name of the Thai collection takes you from the rough wilderness of Lapland to the soft warmth of the tropics. The small diamonds set in the jewelry sparkle like crystal clear sea water.

Design Björn Weckström 

Thai

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