Originals

Vilho Necklace

€320
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A sturdy and simple necklace for men and women alike. The classically stylish silver chain is embellished with a tiny ax-shaped charm with the Kalevala Jewelry logo and the content mark stamped on it, attached next to the lobster clasp. Available in two different lengths. The shorter one has adjustable length 50/45 cm, the longer one 55/50 cm. Limited availability.

Details and sizing

Weight: 0.051 kg
Article number: 237021050
Material: Silver
Weight: 0.051 kg
Article number: 237021050
Material: Silver
Content
Content

Vilho

An oath to yesterday, an oath to tomorrow. Symbols and the longing for beauty were born hand in hand with humanity. People have used jewelry throughout the ages to show who they are, where they come from, where they belong and what they believe in. In ancient times, jewelry was sometimes left with the deceased to take along on their journey to the afterworld. Kalevala Originals jewelry brings ancient heritage alive – we can wear the same jewelry for the same reasons as our ancestors, generations ago. The beauty of jewelry never fades.

Vilho

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