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We don’t know how it happened, but the countdown to Christmas is suddenly very real. If you’re working on your own wish list or planning to gift someone that you love (this could also be you), we’ve made a shortlist of simple yet beautiful jewelry from our favorite conscious brands.

When it comes to jewelry, we definitely have our favorites; like M.SAHLBERG, that makes pieces from 100% recycled silver and reuses the scrap material to make new jewelry, making sure nothing is wasted. Or Norrfolks, that uses recycled gold from post consumer waste and lab-grown diamonds for their minimalist pieces.
We simply adore fine metal jewelry that is made consciously, locally and by hand – great everyday pieces that you will wear and love for years and years. Here are some examples. 

Above: Dress, Cecilie Bahnsen/Second Hand. Earrings, Sara Robertsson Jewelry. Necklace, I Am Eleni

Shop the Jewelry

1. Sculpted Moon Necklace, M.SAHLBERG. 2. Pearl Ring Solitaire, Saskia Diez/Kindred Black. 3. Classic Cowbell Earrings, Sophie Buhai.

4. Triangle Small Earrings, All Blues. 5. Josephine Earrings, Agmes6. Coin Pearl Cuff, Young Frankk.

7. Isa Chain, Laura Lombardi. 8. Tiny Diamond Ring, Norrfolks. 9. Shadow Hoops, Sara Robertsson


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