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Articulated chain and pendant, silver and acrylic, Finland, Edition Lapponia, circa 1970, hallmark “LP”



Similar model reproduced in the book Modern Scandinavian design, Charlotte and Peter Fiell, Magnus Englund, Laurence King Publishing, London, 2017, pages 504-505.


Finnish designer, sculptor, goldsmith and jewelry creator, Bjorn Weckström, has devoted himself to sculpture since the 1980s. His powerfully curved jewelry takes the appearance of a solidified block of ice, where the precious metal is treated into a rocky surface , close to the nugget or the fusion of matter. He uses acrylic whose transparency he combines with organic shapes in silver for his famous collection Space from 1975. His works appear among others at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Helsinki as well as Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Bjorn Weckström for Lapponia, "Kilimanjaro" necklace

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