Bringing back the Classics
Every year we relaunch archive treasures from past decades. We are now planning next relaunches, but it’s such a difficult choice! So we kindly ask your opinion: which one of these four Kalevala Jewelry classics would you like to be available again? In addition to the earrings we'll also bring back other items from the same collection.
Thank you all for voting! Competition has ended on March 2019.
1 Jewelry from Lapland
Jewelry from Lapland is based on a silver brooch from Inari. There have been different versions of this motif in our collection from the 1960’s until recent years. This particular version was made in the 1970’s.
2 Jewelry from Ähtävän
The prototype of this piece dates back to the 7th century AD. Jewelry from Ähtävä was in our collection from the 1940’s till the early 2000s.
3 Karelian plaited ribbon motif
Based on Iron Age chain holders, different versions of this motif have part of our collection from 1937 until recent years. This particular version with three charms was discontinued in the 1990’s.
4 Two-headed horse
This fascinating piece is based on Iron Age pendants with animal motifs, often adorned with tinkling charms like their eastern counterparts. The two-headed horse was in our collection from the 1950’s till the early 2000s.