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Rugged seascapes, unspoilt nature of the North and the fine structures of plants are reflected in the Finnish brand Lapponia jewelry. Made in silver or gold, transport the gems not just a piece of Scandinavian way of life, but symbolize the love and closeness to animate and inanimate nature and show a detailed observation of the designer. Björn Weckström creates mountains, valleys and lakes in silver, he plants structures to become gold and sparkling accents with brilliant-cut diamonds. Chao-Hsien kuo loves the Finnish winter landscape and are a decorative form of melting ice drops and gentle wind movements. Zoltan Popovits created origami in jewellery and impressive chess pieces in silver to become design objects. Christophe Burger focuses on a geometric design and combines this with expressive surface patterns. Late this summer, the designer Poul Havgaard enriched the creations of Lapponia to warm shimmering in jewellery silver with amber. By harmoniously arranged lines and arcs, characterized the pieces by Pekka Hirvonen, whose aerodynamic forms found in nature can be. This year, the pieces of jewellery are complemented by Lapponia through the works of the Guest Designer Mari Isopahkala. The Finn won the Lapponia design competition “next episode” with its draft Pisara where she put excessive dew drops in jewelry from the frost. Their idea was now implemented in a necklace, bracelet and earrings in silver.
You can find out which piece of jewelry from which designer Lapponia sponsors, if you have associated the visible image area to the appropriate image from the gallery.
Finds the appropriate image from the gallery and leave the number (appears above the image, if it is clicked) as a comment. In addition, we want to know which piece of jewelry you like best.
Under all participants who answer both questions to the 7.12.11 (midnight), will be raffled sought trinket in 144 euros. All comments remain locked up for the end of the competition and be at the 8.12 unlocked. The legal action is excluded.