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10 up-and-coming jewellery brands to have on your radar

By Léana Esch

July 15, 2021

Annie Berner Sphynxesse Penthouse pearls

Photo: Annie Berner

Discover below the best rising Nordic jewellery brands to bookmark and shop now

Whether you’re looking for statement earrings that have just slunk the runway or a dainty necklace to keep years down the road, Scandinavian jewellery designers have you covered. You only have to choose – or pick them all.

Ennui Atelier

Ennui

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With stones sourced from conflict-free areas, a focus on reducing waste and preventing mass production, Ennui Atelier checks all the right boxes. The fine jewellery brand offers innovative, modern pieces from yellow gold ear cuffs to 14k white gold rings. Stopping at the brand’s Stockholm piercing studio is a surefire way to treat yourself.

Kinraden

Kinraden

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A former architect, Danish designer Sarah Müllertz imagines jewels that mix avant-garde fashion and design. She only uses recycled gold, silver and wood sourced from WWF-protected forests, making circularity the heart of her business model. Her sleek, enduring jewellery pairs with just about anything in your wardrobe. Kinraden is true sustainable investment.

All Blues

All Blues

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Minimal Scandinavian style meets bold modernity at All Blues. From classic hoops to gold rope necklaces, the collections present timeless designs that still pack a punch. The raw hand-carved textures used by founders Fredrik Nathorst and Jacob Skragge add an unexpected twist to year-round staples.

Diawéne

Diawéne

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Influenced by Senegal and The Gambia, Oslo-based sisters Haddy and Aissatou Ceesay infuse West African craftsmanship in their Nordic jewellery brand Diawéne–a result of their multicultural background. The designers create everyday jewels that will add sheen to the simplest of outfits.

Sara Robertsson

Sara Robertsson

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Sara Robertsson’s statement jewellery transitions seamlessly from weekend to office attire. Handcrafted from one continuous piece of silver or gold vermeil, her clean-lined designs feature airy shapes and contrasting details–the freshwater pearl is a tried-and-true favourite.

Elhanati

Elhanati

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Right in between Scandinavian minimalism and Middle Eastern opulence stands Orit Elhanati’s sculptural and sleek designs. With all pieces handmade from 18k gold and conflict-free gemstones, sporting–and collecting–lavish jewellery has never seemed more appealing.

Norrfolks

Norrfolks

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Buying a piece of jewellery that is both on-trend and responsible is no longer a feat, and Norrfolks is testament to it. The fine jewellery and engagement collections of the Swedish label are made from recycled gold and lab-grown diamonds while following fair trade working conditions. The solid 14k and 18k gold used for all pieces is another reason to splurge.

Annie Berner

Annie Berner

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Designer Annie Berner crafts contemporary jewels aiming at all generations. Her designs–all made in Norway–mix traditional craftsmanship with a hint of glamour, making dressing up a bliss. Colourful details rub up against neutrals to please any jewellery lover.

Cornelia Webb

Cornelia Webb

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Fashion and medicine may seem to be complete opposites, but Cornelia Webb’s organic-inspired jewellery proves us wrong. From engagement rings to delicate customised jewels, the Swedish designer draws inspiration from nature and body shapes while staying true to her Scandinavian influence.

Blue Billie

Blue Billie

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Daniela Upmark’s fun take on jewellery is all about personalisation and mix’n’matching. Her rock influence meets pop-art inspiration to create feminine, day-to-day jewels that create endless combinations of Blue Billie finery. Our advice? Collect, layer, and repeat.





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