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The two streets of Sophie Bille Brahe

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Orecchini ispirati alle sculture di Calder con perle di acqua dolce

Sophie Bille Brahe summarizes in itself the characteristics of Nordic design: simple, yet surprising, light despite the dimensions, rigorous without missing the imagination. Well-outlined ideas: on her website you can choose two ways: pearls or diamonds. Stop. But behind the choice restricted to two types of jewelry, there is a vast world. Sophie is Danish.…

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Skagen for Baum und Pferdgarten

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Collana a catena

The Danish jewelery and watch brand Skagen collaborates with the contemporary fashion brand Baum und Pferdgarten. The result of the collaboration is a limited edition collection of watches and jewelry. The collection was presented at the fashion brand’s show during the recent Copenhagen Fashion Week. The Baum und Pferdgarten x Skagen collection, however, will be…

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Maria Black for the Millenials

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Orecchino in argento placcato oro con perla di acqua dolce

Simple, clean design, with some original touches here and there. Simple materials, affordable. And a simple, easy-to-remember name: Maria Black. The Copenhagen brand, together with those born under the sign of Nordic design, does not aim to amaze with special effects, but to present jewels with a precise identity, suitable for Millennials and those who…

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Die unendlichen Variationen von Sence

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Bracciale in ottone placcato oro, ispirato alle onde del Mar Baltico

One of the global poles of bijoux is in Copenhagen: Sence, led by Danish designer David Andersen, is part of this elite also made up of brands such as Pandora, Shamballa, Trollbeads. The Nordic brand’s proposal is very wide: dozens of models, variants, possible combinations for the new necklaces, bracelets and pendants. The charms for…

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The bunches of Georg Jensen

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Orecchini in oro 18 carati

Georg Arthur Jensen (1866-1935) was a Danish silversmith, founder of the eponymous brand. Georg Jensen stands for silver, refined design, Nordic purity. The company, in addition to jewelry, produces objects for the home, but always characterized by high quality and precious inventiveness, but without exaggerating. So what is surprising about a company specializing in jewelry…

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Marlene Juhl Jørgensen, the value of design

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Anello in oro 18 carati

The life of a Danish designer has an advantage: whoever wants to create jewels is surrounded by great masters capable of proposing collections with an unmistakable style. Northern European designers have (almost) always a common fact: they use shapes that are pure, simple, but original at the same time. Even a veteran of the Copenhagen…

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Shamballa, precious zen jewelry

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Anello a fascia in oro giallo e diamanti

Om, Shamballa between Buddhism, bracelets and precious stones ♦ Can you be buddhist zen and sell a 1 million euro bracelet? Yes, you can if you are Mads Kornerup, co-founder of Shamballa, a Danish jewelry company that was born under the sign of Eastern mysticism. In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Shambhala is a mythical kingdom. Shambhala…

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Georg Jensen on Curve

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Anello Curve in oro 18 carati e argento

x Georg Arthur Jensen, born in 1866, was a famous Danish silversmith, founder of the company that bears his name, Georg Jensen. And after so many years, the brand retains the clear Nordic design, applied to objects for the home and for jewelry. Jensen made his first jewel in 1899, but the Maison’s collections are…

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Kinraden, Danish design with a bit of Africa

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Orecchino singolo Corinthian

x With Kinraden, gold and northern design are combined with African wood. The mpingo is a small, gnarled tree that grows very slowly. Mpingo, specifically, is the Swahili name for dalbergia melanoxylon, also called the blackwood of East Africa. The trees often have multiple stems and are widely branched. They are not cut before the…

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The snakes by Ole Lynggaard

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Anello Snake in oro giallo, quarzo rutilato e diamanti

In Paris Ole Lynggaard presented three pieces of high jewelery. A surprise for the Danish brand, which focuses on design for its jewels that have a very extensive price range. The three high-end solitaires are crafted with fancy vivid yellow diamonds. For these pieces too, design remains the fundamental trace, as it is in the…

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Careful to Max Danger

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Anello in oro con opale

The dangerous ideas of Max Danger: bees and robots become jewels inspired by comics. And they have appeal ♦ What’s more dangerous than ideas? So, perhaps it is not surprising if Max Danger is a loose cannon in the jewelry world. In a positive sense, mind you, because the designer born in Copenhagen in 1985…

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Sence’s dreamers

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Orecchini Sweet Daisies con perle d'acqua dolce

Daydreaming, for those who love to imagine another reality. Dreaming during the day, is a prerogative of romantic souls, poets, artists. And, now, also for those who choose the Daydreaming collection, for winter 2020, by Sence. Simple, low-cost jewels that boast the rational and Scandinavian design of the Copenhagen brand. Earrings and rings have the…

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Ole Lynggaard for springtime

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Anello in oro con quarzi e diamanti

The Blooming, the spring collection signed by the Danish Ole Lynggaard ♦ ︎ Among the boast of Copenhagen there is also a magnificent tradition in jewelry. And in the tradition of jewelry Ole Lynggaard is one of the brands with greater story, ability and refinement. And it’s also a big family. That’s why: the Maison…

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The flowers of Sophie Bille Brahe

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Orecchino della nuova collezione di Sophie Bille Brahe, oro giallo e diamanti

Danish designer Sophie Bille Brahe presented her new collection in Paris ♦ ︎ In Paris, during the week of Haute Couture, she presented a collection of jewels made of small yellow gold and diamonds. In the French capital, the designer of Copenhagen, Sophie Bille Brahe, celebrated the 5th anniversary of its brand. As is the…

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Ole Lynggaard, the North Wind

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Collezione Shooting Stars, orecchini in oro e diamanti

Ole Lynggaard, with Shooting Stars collection the north wind blows on lightness ♦ It is wrong to exchange Denmark, one of the leading countries in jewelry manufacturing, to a place where you plan only bijoux modulars, or at least at a low price. Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen is, instead, a company that offers good quality jewelry, a…

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Georg Jensen, tribute to Vivianna Torun

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Bracciale con onice

The Danish Maison Georg Jensen celebrates Vivianna Torun, the great Swedish designer who defined an era ♦ The myths do not die, simply they take a vacation. They continue to live long in the memories but, above all, in the works that make up their testimony. The think so too the Danish designer Georg Jensen, famous for its refined…

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The woman globetrotter of Sence

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If according Giuseppe Verdi the woman is mobile, to the Danish brand Sence Copenhagen thinks women are nomad. Not because she are homeless, but because they travel in to the world and may from time to time come into contact with different cultures, styles, fashions. On holiday or on business, by car or by plane,…

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Helena Christensen, gioielli di casa

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[wzslider]Il richiamo di casa è irresistibile per Helena Christensen. La top model fa da testimonial per l’azienda di gioielleria danese Ole Lynggaard di Copenhagen. Una campagna stampa in bianco e nero, molto raffinata. E molto affascinante: nessuno le darebbe 44 anni. Ole Lynggaard Copenaghen, tra l’altro, celebra i 50 anni e ha appena deciso l’apertura…

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Dall’Uganda per Pandora

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[wzslider]Si chiama Sandra Okune. È la vincitrice del progetto promosso da Pandora e da Naba (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti) battezzato Moments in Design. La giuria del premio era composta, tra gli altri, da Alessandro Guerriero, presidente dell’ Advisory board di Naba, da Stephen Fairchild, chief creative officer Pandora Group e Massimo Basei, managing director di…

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