Tag Archive: Scandinavian Jewelry

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Midweek Modness: Hopea

My friend Jessica sent me a link to a new, Toronto-based online jewellery shop called Hopea. Founded by Cosima Friesen, the store celebrates Canadian and Scandinavian pieces from the 1960s and 70s. The… Continue reading

Midweek Modness: Pewter Rune Tennesmed Moose Pendant and Earrings

Pewter was a favorite material of the mid-century craftsperson. And why not? It doesn’t tarnish, it’s inexpensive and it’s easy to work with. Scandinavian countries also had a long tradition of working with… Continue reading

Midweek Modness: Mystery Necklace

I like to show of my finds, but I’ve been amassing jewels for 30 years now, so I thought I’d ring in the new year with an older piece that I haven’t showed… Continue reading

Mid Century Modnesday: Charley Harper and Finland

Look what I found at Book City. A Charley Harper Coloring Book! Best of all it was like $3. Charley Harper is one of my fave mid-century modernist illustrators because so many of… Continue reading

By The Buch (+ Deichmann)

See those little birdies pictured above? They are by a Danish company called Buch + Deichmann. I first came across the company back in the 1980s when I purchased a bunch of nylon… Continue reading

Finn Followup

Remember that auction of Scandinavian Jewellery at Waddington’s I wrote about? It’s over and it brought some pretty big sales. I don’t want to brag (I do want to brag) but the amethyst… Continue reading

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