Art by Kalevala

Diamond Well Ring

€1.910
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The small diamond set in platinum sparkles like crystal clear water. Inspired by the rugged beauty of Nordic Nature, the Diamond Well designed by Björn Weckström in 1970 is a true Lapponia classic. And now it’s available again.

Made to order. Delivery time 4 weeks.

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Weight: 0.004 kg
Article number: 145149102165
Material: Gold
Weight: 0.004 kg
Article number: 145149102165
Material: Gold
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Diamond Well

Jewelry artist and sculptor Björn Weckström is the internationally best-known Finnish jewelry designer. 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 small diamond set in the Diamond Pond ring shimmers like clear water in a spring.

Design Björn Weckström

Diamond Well

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