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Dream Pendant

€270
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Designed by Kirsti Doukas, Dream celebrates universal and equal suffrage and is a lasting and beloved classic of contemporary Finnish jewelry design. The lace-like silver structure of the Dream pendant sparkles with a beautifully cut, light-blue topaz. The length of the oval ball chain is adjustable (42/45 cm). Also available in 50 cm. Lobster clasp. Instead of the silver chain, you can also use the pendant with the accompanying taffeta ribbon reflecting the colour of the jewel.

Details and sizing

Weight: 0.016 kg
Article number: 2267670to45
Material: Silver
Weight: 0.016 kg
Article number: 2267670to45
Material: Silver
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Dream

On 1 June 1906, the Finnish Estates passed a new Parliament Act and Election Act. On that day, Finland, which was still a Grand Duchy of the Russian Empire, established the world's most modern parliament. Universal and equal suffrage came true. The Dream jewelry collection celebrates the centennial of equality pioneers. The festive theme inspired Kirsti Doukas to combine delicate and sprightly elements into a strong form. Dream tells the story of individual courage, which, when brought together, can change the world.

Design Kirsti Doukas

Dream

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