Of all powers of nature,
love is the greatest

Kalevala Love ring collection is a tribute to Finnish craftsmanship. Inspired by ancient symbols and ornaments, the contemporary design of the rings brings the myths from distant past to the present-day. Everlasting stories and timeless beauty, to be passed on to future generations.

For among powers of nature, love is the greatest.

Of all powers of nature, love is the greatest

Kalevala Love ring collection is a tribute to Finnish craftsmanship. Inspired by ancient symbols and ornaments, the contemporary design of the rings brings the myths from the distant past to the present day. Everlasting stories and timeless beauty will be passed on to future generations.

For among powers of nature, love is the greatest.

The round shape of the ring symbolizes eternal love. Since ancient times, engagement and wedding rings have been worn on the left hand ring finger, because this finger was believed to have a direct link to the heart.

The round shape of the ring symbolizes eternal love. Since ancient times, engagement and wedding rings have been worn on the left hand ring finger, because this finger was believed to have a direct link to the heart.

Kalevala Love ring collection

Kalevala Love collections consists of six series: Beloved, Heraldic, Unity, Heritage, Legend and Filigree. The series feature rings in different widths, with and without diamonds, in yellow and white gold. Each ring is beautiful on its own, but also makes a perfect match with all other Kalevala Love rings.

All Kalevala Love rings are made of fully recycled 14K gold. The brilliant cut diamonds are of premium quality (color H, clarity VS1) and sourced from reliable Finnish partners who operate in compliance with the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme and are members of the Responsible Jewelry Council. This guarantees a responsible supply chain from diamond mines to consumers.

Starting from December 2022 Kalevala Love diamond rings are also available with lab-grown diamonds. The appearance or properties of lab-grown diamonds are no different from those of mined diamonds. The only difference is the way they came to be: mined diamonds got crystallized naturally in the depths of the Earth whereas lab-grown diamonds are made by simulating the process in laboratory environment.

Kalevala Love ring collection

Kalevala Love collections consists of six series: Beloved, Heraldic, Unity, Heritage, Legend and Filigree. The series feature rings in different widths, with and without diamonds, in yellow and white gold. Each ring is beautiful on its own, but also makes a perfect match with all other Kalevala Love rings.

All Kalevala Love rings are made of fully recycled 14K gold. The brilliant cut diamonds are of premium quality (color H, clarity VS1) and sourced from reliable Finnish partners who operate in compliance with the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme and are members of the Responsible Jewelry Council. This guarantees a responsible supply chain from diamond mines to consumers.

Starting from December 2022 Kalevala Love diamond rings are also available with lab-grown diamonds. The appearance or properties of lab-grown diamonds are no different from those of mined diamonds. The only difference is the way they came to be: mined diamonds got crystallized naturally in the depths of the Earth whereas lab-grown diamonds are made by simulating the process in laboratory environment. 

Beloved

Heart’s beloved. The round shape of the ring symbolizes eternal love – a promise of a future together. Since ancient times, engagement and wedding rings have traditionally been worn on the left hand ring finger, because this finger is believed to have a direct link to the heart. The ring is embellished with a skillfully cut diamond, evoking the impression of clear ice and a white flame of love shining from within. A flame, that does not melt the ice, but that melts the heart. Diamonds and love are forever.

Beloved

Heart’s beloved. The round shape of the ring symbolizes eternal love – a promise of a future together. Since ancient times, engagement and wedding rings have traditionally been worn on the left hand ring finger, because this finger is believed to have a direct link to the heart. The ring is embellished with a skillfully cut diamond, evoking the impression of clear ice and a white flame of love shining from within. A flame, that does not melt the ice, but that melts the heart. Diamonds and love are forever.

The Beloved series rings are now also available with charming pink sapphires and black diamonds.

Heraldic

A single unending string forms a looped square cross. In the ancient Northern Europe, it was believed that this symbol contained a protective power that shielded its wearer from evil. The design also reminds us of the Earth’s four protective spirits, each of whom settled down in their corner and supported the sky above the Earth. The Northern people named those spirits West, East, North and South. Fortune follows the wearer of the Vaakuna ring, and no evil thoughts may reach them – the looped square cross, the St. John’s arms, is a sign of this protection.

Heraldic

A single unending string forms a looped square cross. In the ancient Northern Europe, it was believed that this symbol contained a protective power that shielded its wearer from evil. The design also reminds us of the Earth’s four protective spirits, each of whom settled down in their corner and supported the sky above the Earth. The Northern people named those spirits West, East, North and South. Fortune follows the wearer of the Vaakuna ring, and no evil thoughts may reach them – the looped square cross, the St. John’s arms, is a sign of this protection.

Unity

The round shape of the ring and the intertwined threads – threads of life – symbolize eternal love. Rings, bracelets and necklaces made by coiling metal wires and threads of different thickness were popular in the entire Baltic region during the last few centuries of the Iron Age. They can be found even among Finland’s prehistoric findings, all the way from the southern coast to the northernmost areas of Lapland. The Kalevala Unity ring is based on a bronze ring found in Halikko.

Unity

The round shape of the ring and the intertwined threads – threads of life – symbolize eternal love. Rings, bracelets and necklaces made by coiling metal wires and threads of different thickness were popular in the entire Baltic region during the last few centuries of the Iron Age. They can be found even among Finland’s prehistoric findings, all the way from the southern coast to the northernmost areas of Lapland. The Kalevala Unity ring is based on a bronze ring found in Halikko.

Heritage

This ring is adorned with a sophisticated cord pattern that originates in a 4th century ring found in Uskela, Southwest Finland. Golden items are rare amongst prehistoric findings in Finland but not entirely unusual. The oldest golden items found their way to the area of present-day Finland in the early centuries of the C.E. also known as the Roman Iron Age. This ancient ring has retained its golden gleam for nearly two millennia. It was made to be everlasting.

Heritage

This ring is adorned with a sophisticated cord pattern that originates in a 4th century ring found in Uskela, Southwest Finland. Golden items are rare amongst prehistoric findings in Finland but not entirely unusual. The oldest golden items found their way to the area of present-day Finland in the early centuries of the C.E. also known as the Roman Iron Age. This ancient ring has retained its golden gleam for nearly two millennia. It was made to be everlasting.

Legend

An eternal oath, a promise of tomorrow. An old legend tells of a Viking chieftain who was caught in a violent storm while sailing on a great lake, far from the shore. The chieftain begged the forger of the vault of heaven to save his men from shipwreck. The chieftain and his men were saved and once he was back on the shore, he sacrificed a golden bracelet to the gods above as a token of his gratitude. The sacrificial gift slumbered beneath the beach sand for the next thousand years. The golden bracelet was discovered in Metsäpirtti, Karelia, in the 1920s, and in 1956 jewelry designer Börje Rajalin used the bracelet as a model for a new ring in the Kalevala Koru collection.

Legend

An eternal oath, a promise of tomorrow. An old legend tells of a Viking chieftain who was caught in a violent storm while sailing on a great lake, far from the shore. The chieftain begged the forger of the vault of heaven to save his men from shipwreck. The chieftain and his men were saved and once he was back on the shore, he sacrificed a golden bracelet to the gods above as a token of his gratitude. The sacrificial gift slumbered beneath the beach sand for the next thousand years. The golden bracelet was discovered in Metsäpirtti, Karelia, in the 1920s, and in 1956 jewelry designer Börje Rajalin used the bracelet as a model for a new ring in the Kalevala Koru collection.

Filigree

Golden rings have been gifted and worn as a symbol of eternal love for centuries. Rings with skillfully made lace-like filigree patterns were popular amongst the Swedish ruling class in the 18th century. Some of those rings found their way to the prosperous coastal cities of Finland as, at the time, the country was a part of the Kingdom of Sweden. These rings have been used as a model for many pieces of jewelry in the Kalevala Koru collection since the 1960s. Their timeless beauty stirs deep emotions from generation to generation.

Filigree

Golden rings have been gifted and worn as a symbol of eternal love for centuries. Rings with skillfully made lace-like filigree patterns were popular amongst the Swedish ruling class in the 18th century. Some of those rings found their way to the prosperous coastal cities of Finland as, at the time, the country was a part of the Kingdom of Sweden. These rings have been used as a model for many pieces of jewelry in the Kalevala Koru collection since the 1960s. Their timeless beauty stirs deep emotions from generation to generation.

How to choose the right size?

Because the rings are not adjustable, it pays off to take some time to select the right size of ring, as the size of your fingers changes, even within the same day. Ring width also affects the selection of size. Wide rings must usually be half a size larger than narrow rings.

How to choose the right size?

Because the rings are not adjustable, it pays off to take some time to select the right size of ring, as the size of your fingers changes, even within the same day. Ring width also affects the selection of size. Wide rings must usually be half a size larger than narrow rings.

Love inspires

Wedding day jewelry

Jewelry is an essential part of weddings. Something that makes the big day even more special. Something that will delight you and remind you of the special moments for years to come. Details that make you stand out and shine.

Wedding day jewelry

Jewelry is an essential part of weddings. Something that makes the big day even more special. Something that will delight you and remind you of the special moments for years to come. Details that make you stand out and shine.