Tag Archive: david-andersen

I Miss Jewel

Gone today

Year View Mirror: Brooches

My favourite brooch finds of 2012.

Midweek Modness: My Favourite Rings

I’ve probably written about all of these rings individually before, but they have a certain awesomeness when posed together. Here are the deets. Clockwise from top left: Unsigned sterling and 14K biomorphic ring… Continue reading

Midweek Modness: David Andersen Sterling and Enamel Fish Brooch

About a month ago, I spotted this David-Andersen fish brooch at Gadabout. I didn’t buy it then because it cost more than my usual $36 limit. But I kept thinking about it. I… Continue reading

Midweek Modness: David-Andersen Norway Saga Viking Ring

This ring, by Norwegian silversmiths David-Andersen, is a 1960s or 70s copy of an authentic Viking design. Part of the Saga series, the company copied jewels made around 300 A.D. and found in… Continue reading

Midweek Modness: Hroar Prydz Norway Butterfly Tie Tack and Brooch

I found this pretty little tie tack (pictured above) at the Sally Ann in Southampton last September. It is by Norwegian silversmith Hroar Prydz (what a name!). These basse-taille butterflies were insanely popular… Continue reading

Mysterious Blue Light Special: Norwegian Good

Yesterday, I purchased some fantastic 1940s and 50s-era guilloche enamel jewellery from Norway. Yesterday, a strange spiraling blue light was spotted in the Norwegian sky. Yesterday, Barack Obama picked up his Nobel Peace… Continue reading

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