Vogue Scandinavia's editors pick their favourite Nordic jewellery pieces

By Amelie Langenskiöld

Vogue Scandinavia's June/July issue . Photo: Hasse Nielsen

The jewellery tastes of our Vogue Scandinavia editors vary, but there's one thing they all agree on: Nordic designs belong at the top of your bijoux wish list

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Home is where the heart is, so when it comes to finding beloved jewellery to treasure for a lifetime, Vogue Scandinavia's editors always start with the home-grown Nordic offering. And there's a wealth on offer, from Norwegian label Pearl Octopuss.y's dazzling statement pieces, to the minimalist mastery of Copenhagen-based Lié Studio, and the elevated everyday feeling of Swedish brand Ennui's range.

When asking our editors to slim down their pickings to one Scandinavian piece, unsurprisingly, they needed some time to think. Scroll on to find their discerning favourites.

Martina Bonnier, Editor in Chief

"Danish jewellery brand Monies has been around since 1973 and its statement quality is now experiencing a huge revival. The natural raw stones, wood and metals create a bold, chunky form that feels so unique. This piece in particular really sits between art and jewellery and instantly lifts any outfit."


Rasio necklace black

Maria Barsoum, Senior Fashion Editor

"From the moment I saw these ear cuffs by Tom Wood it was a 'love at first sight' affair. The design comes in three different sizes – I already now envision myself investing in all of them to layer."

Tom Wood

Bao ear cuff large

Via Tom Wood

Clare McInerney, Digital Editor

"With my weakness for initial insignia jewellery, I’ve always been drawn to Sophie Bille Brahe’s Lettre de Lumière collection that references Alphabet by the Danish poet Inger Christensen. Simple, subtle, sparkly."

Sophie Bille Brahe

Simple c necklace in yellow gold

Via Sophie Bille Brahe

Allyson Shiffman, Print Editor

"I recently discovered and fell in love with Finnish designer Ildar Wafin's extraordinary organic pieces, inspired by Finnish nature and his own Tatar background. I'm especially obsessed with this ring. Plus, he's just the loveliest guy!"

Iildar Wafin

Koçak ring

Via Iildar Wafin

Josefin Forsberg, Beauty & Fashion News Editor

"A dainty ring, small hoops, or a simple chain necklace – when it comes to my jewellery box I veer more towards the minimalist side of the sparkling spectrum. My brooch collection is the one exception. The bigger and glitzier the better when it comes to pinning jewellery to my lapel. And no one does a maximalist brooch quite like Norwegian jewellery brand Pearl Octopuss.y."

Pearl Octopuss.y

Octopus fringe brooche

Via Pearl Octopuss.y

Amelie Langenskiöld, Junior Fashion Editor

"Choosing my favourite Nordic jewellery pieces is as impossible as choosing my favourite child (note that I don't have any children, but I can imagine it's the same). If you ask me where my daily jewellery pieces are from, 99 per cent are Scandinavian designers. But if I must choose a favourite, I find everything from Spustova to be so perfectly stunning. One day I wish to stack my fingers endlessly with these rings..."


Audace solitaire 21, 2 row white gold

Via Spustova

Zamzam Ibrahim Wasuge, Social Media Manager

“If you know me, then you know I’m a hoop earring connoisseur. So these by Danish designer Maria Black are more a need than a want right now.”

Maria Black

Istedgade hoop

Via Maria Black

Rebecka Thorén, Fashion Production and Executive Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief

"I love chunkier necklaces, and I think this silver collier from the Swedish brand Skultuna is just perfect. Especially during summer, given its almost nautical feeling. I would wear it both with a dress or with a cashmere sweater for the chillier days to create a more interesting look."


Relier necklace - silver plated

Via Skultuna