Over the past decades, we have supported many important social causes with special charity jewelry. We have focused on selected charities, particularly organizations and projects that support women and children. Find out more about our charity jewelry from previous years below.

Pink Ribbon Jewelry (2015-2020)

Since 2015, we have participated in the Finnish Cancer Foundation’s Pink Ribbon campaign with a Pink Ribbon jewelry series. From 2015 through 2019, we and our customers have raised a total of €215,000 to support this valuable cause. Pink Ribbon jewelry is a limited edition series.

Pink Ribbon 2020 Filigree, design Tiina Arkko

Pink Ribbon 2019 Lucky Pearl, design Lina Simons

Pink Ribbon 2018 Glimmer, design Antonio Mazzamauro

Pink Ribbon 2017 Dream, design Kirsti Doukas

Pink Ribbon 2016 Bubbles, design Mari Saari

Pink Ribbon 2015 Fountain, design Kirsti Doukas

Hugs (2018)

The delicate but strong silver pendant was designed by goldsmith Taru Harmaala Chaloff. The charity supported was the Finnish Federation of Mother and Child Homes and Shelters.

Cross of Friendship (2016)

Proceeds from the sales of the Cross of Friendship pendant in silver supported the volunteer activities carried out by the Suurella Sydämellä (Big Heart) program of the Finn Church Domestic Aid. The pendant is designed by goldsmith Tiina Lahtinen and is still for sale but the charity collaboration has ended.

Precious Sunshine (2015)

The Precious Sunshine charm, featuring a blue or red precious stone, was designed by goldsmith Lina Simons. The proceeds from its sales supported the Save the Children organization.

Sheltered (2013)

The jewelry series Sheltered, designed by goldsmith Taru Harmaala Chaloff, supported the New Children's Hospital 2017 project in Helsinki.

The Chain of Generations (2012)

The proceeds from the sales of the small gold and silver charm, decorated with hearts, supported the Finnish Brain Foundation. The jewelry was designed by goldsmith Tiina Lahtinen.

Gravity (2009)

The spectacular jewelry series Gravity, inspired by Australian aboriginal people’s art, was designed by silversmith Kaisaleena Mäkelä. The proceeds from the sales of this series supported the Women’s Bank.

Sea (2007)

The Sea jewelry series made from silver supported the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation’s campaign For a Cleaner Baltic Sea. The series was designed by goldsmith Tony Granholm, who held the sea and sailing close to his heart.

Afrikan aika (2006)

The Afrikan aika (“Time for Africa”) jewelry series, designed by goldsmith Marja Arola, supported girls' education in Ghana. Turquoise beads made from recycled glass glowed in the silver jewelry.

Lily (2002)

Lily was originally a large pendant, designed by artist Germund Paaer (1881–1950) in the 1940s. In the early 2000s, goldsmith Kirsti Doukas modernized the old piece for the new Lily jewelry series. The proceeds from the sales of this series supported the women's division of the Finnish War Veterans' Association. Lily was also dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Finland's independence.

Child Charm (2001)

Proceeds from the sales of the Child charm supported the Save the Children organization. The precious stones set in the charm celebrate the children born. The charms are still for sale but the charity collaboration has ended.

Luvajärvi Pendant (1990-luku)

Proceeds from the sales of the Luvajärvi pendant in bronze, designed by Aivi Gallen-Kallela, supported Unesco's cultural project to revive folk poetry villages in White Karelia.