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Swedish jewelry brand All Blues pays a tribute to a missed grandmother.

Swedish jewelry brand All Blues has a special release this week. Before co-founder Jacob Scragge’s grandmother passed away earlier this year she told her family that she wanted her belongings to be “spread with the wind” instead of buried and forgotten. Taking this to heart, Scragge transformed one of grandmother Marianne’s necklaces, bought at a market in Israel in 1961, to a limited collection of earrings. Each of the necklace’s 37 amber stones has become handcrafted, individually numbered earrings, to honor Marianne’s memory. Read more here.


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