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Scandi Chic is a term that we are all au fait with by now. With the brands coming out of the Northern European countries serving us some serious style. By now you will be aware of our love for brands like Ganni, but it is not just clothes that Scandinavia is excelling on.

Today we are talking Jewellery. It is no surprise that there are some extraordinarily talented jewellers in the land of the Vikings. These brands are less well known, but will need to be on your radar as they are exquisite.

Scandinavia is dominating our style feeds, and these brands are going nowhere. Keep reading to discover 5 Scandinavian jewellery brands that you need to know.

Annie Berner

Setting up her namesake label in her home town of Oslo in 2016, Berner has gone on to earn fans the world over. With bold and sensuous shapes Berner is a confident designer, with her collections taking inspiration from Norwegian design.

We love her ‘Lunch’ collection, with swooping gold and silver accented by powder coating in rich blues soft greys and bright red. This collection has a summery feel that will bring some added warmth to the first chilly months of spring.

 

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Sara Robertsson Jewellery

Hailing from Sweeden, you will have seen Sara Robertson’s work everywhere – you just didn’t know. Her sensual ribbons of silver have been hanging from the ears of every stylish women on your instagram feed. The designers work has been entitled organic minimalism by herself, and is a combination of clean lines and soft curves that suit silver so well.

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In rings, and earrings her classic and individual shapes are beautiful for anyone who gets their hands on them.

 

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Aurum

Founded in 1999 by designers and goldsmiths Guðbjörg Kristín Ingvarsdóttir and Karl Jóhann Jóhannsson MBA. Today the brand is going from strength to strength. 20 years later they still run both the label and the Aurum store in the heart of Reykjavík’s city centre.

The brand  puts great emphasis on ambition through the design, product development, quality and customer care. The designs have a sensual delicate nature. Inspired by the nature that surrounds her in Icleand. Guðbjörg  creates pieces with rich details and a sense of finesse.

Simultaneously light, feminine and intricate. The three-dimensional designs evoke natural patterns, resulting in pieces that are both modern and timeless. We love Aurum so much, read more here

 

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All Blues

Created by Fredrik Nathorst and Jacob Skragge in 2011, All Blues began life as a simple and luxurious basic jewellery range. With their Fat Snake ring a huge bestseller for them, and at under £100 we can understand why.

They have recently diversified with a collection focusing on the broken eggs of ostriches and emus. These strange and almost alien natural shapes stand out in the world of jewellery and we love them so much.

 

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Anni Lu Jewellery

Founded by a former Magazine Editor, Anni Lu knew what she was doing. This is a nice injection of colour and fun to our line up. Working with pearls and super fun coloured beads, this brand has a great unique feel at prices that we can all afford.

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We are big fans of the bead work, shells and baroque pearls. A brand that you will be wearing all summer long.

 

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5 Scandi jewellery brands you need

5 Scandi jewellery brands you need