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You find much more at her website.


I also want to show you these pieces from Kia Utzon-Frank – as you can see she is working a lot with amber.

You find more work by Kia Utzon-Frank at her website.

Photos by Thomas Cato.

Helle Bjerrum is a Danish jeweller and active member of Galleri Metal. Galleri Metal is transforming into an online webshop “Galleri Metal” (the website has not yet been launched) and a physical gallery/shop with the new name “Galleri Bærbart” (in English “Gallery Portable”). The gallery/shop Galleri Bærbart will be at the same premises as the old Galleri Metal; Nybrogade 26 in Copenhagen. They are about to build their new website – util then you can find them at Facebook. Helle Bjerrum writes a blog where you can find news about her own work as well as progress with the new gallery. The other members of the new gallery Bærbary are: Karen Fly (see blog posts about her here and here), Trine Trier, Anne Mette Kildegaard and Mette Laier.

Another Danish jeweller that I want to share with you here at the blog is Karina Noyons.

Haunted by 36 Women… more at his website.

The rings are made by Greenlandic Gold

Anne is a Danish goldsmith living in Valby. You find more images at her website.

RieraGassó is a compay dedicated to craftmanship in precious metals and industrial design. We create, produce and distribute from Barcelona.

The company was founded in August 1999 by Miguel Gassó – experienced goldsmith in jewelry and industrial design – and Montse Riera – wide-experienced gemmologist in the different fields of jewelry.

Ring by Saabye, 18 gold, mother-of-pearl

Ring by Saabye, 18" gold, mother-of-pearl

Bracelet by Saabye, Drops of dew, steel, silver, mother-of-pearl

Bracelet by Saabye, Drops of dew, steel, silver, mother-of-pearl

Necklace by Saabye

Necklace by Saabye

Mette Saabye is a Danish jeweller who lives and work in Copenhagen. You can visit her website or her shop in Studiestræde 25B,
1455 Copenhagen K – it is a beautiful little shop full of her magnificent jewellery.

Carlier Makigawa

Carlier Makigawa

The pieces are described like this; ‘A spiritual and private space. Ritual object, jewellery. Linear structures appear fragile and monumental to cradle the internal spirit. They appear to float in space, hovering, penetrating, a temporary existence. Nature is the reference, and the geometry of nature and architecture inform this world.’ See more at Gallery Funaki.

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