Plisé brooch

Plisé brooch

Silver

€139.00

Out of Stock.

Material: Silver Article number: 2167750 Width: 86 mm Weight: 9 g
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FOR ALL WEBSHOP ORDERS:

Fast delivery: Quick Posti home deliveries for all orders in Finland.
Payment methods: American Express, Visa, Visa Electron, Mastercard and Paypal
Free exchange / returns within 14 days of order delivery

All orders made before the end of December ship with a free gift item:
Kalevala Jewelry Christmas Ornament, value 15 EUR

Christmas deliveries to Finland: order before 10am (Finnish time) on December 21st to receive the order before Christmas. The jewelry comes in Kalevala Jewelry box which is a perfect gift wrap as such - no additional wrapping is needed. 

Match with

  • Plisé pendant
  • Plisé brooch/pendant
  • Plisé Earrings

Plisé

The Plisé collection is an intriguing embodiment of Marja Suna’s career as an artist and designer of clothes. The collection repeats pleating, or plissé, a form more common in clothing, which occurs in the jewellery in frosted silver. The refraction of light on the surface brings Marja Suna’s jewellery to life. In the designer’s own words, ”The unfolding pleats cast the very force of life itself over the wearer.” Buy now from our online shop this beautiful piece of Scandinavian design jewelry.

Design
Marja Suna

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Kalevala Jewelry

Kalevala Kory Oy (Kalevala Jewelry) is one of the largest jewelry manufacturers in northern Europe. The company designs, manufactures and markets high-quality gold, silver and bronze jewelry, and owns two high-level consumer brands: Kalevala Jewelry and Lapponia Jewelry.

Recycled gold and silver

Our production uses recycled gold and silver. Environmentally-friendly production is a core value at Kalevala Jewelry.

Made in Finland

All Kalevala Jewelry products are designed and manufactured in Finland and the production favors local raw materials.