Thursday, 24 August 2017

Brutalist Jewellery - including Jacob Hull, Sarpaneva, Poul Warmind


Here is a collection of jewellery in the Brutalist style featuring Jacob Hull and others from Denmark , Finland, and Sweden.  The Danish pieces were made in base metal, silver or gold-plated, with a single pewter piece by Poul Warmind. Several are embellished with stones, mostly amethyst. The Finnish and Swedish pieces are all bronze. 


Brutalist is the term recently applied to the bold and rough designs of the 1960s and 1970s. 

It has been borrowed from 'Brutalist' architecture, a movement  that flourished from the 1950s to the mid-1970s, descending from the modernist architectural movement of the early 20th century. The term does not derive from the word "brutal," but originates from the French béton brut, or "raw concrete," a term used by Le Corbusier to describe his choice of material. British architectural critic Reyner Banham adapted the term into "brutalism" (originally "New Brutalism") to identify the emerging style



As usual, go to the website www.scandinaviansilver.co.uk for further details and to place 
your order.

item 1570,   Jacob Hull gold-plated necklace with glass pendant,  costs £ 245


item 1571,  Jacob Hull gold-tone chain with gold-plated and amethyst  pendant, costs £225


item 1572,  Jacob Hull gold-plated ring with amethyst, SOLD

item 1573,  Jacob Hull  silver-plated hinged bangle, SOLD

item 1575,   Dansk Smykkekunst  huge pendant  with amethysts, costs £ 48

item 1574,  Jacob Hull  silver-plated hinged bangle, costs £ 125


item 1576,  Jacob Hull silver-plate ring with stone, costs £48

item 1577,  Møller P silver tone brutalist ring, adjustable size, SOLD

item 1579,  Chromica ring  with dark amethyst, adjustable size,  SOLD

item  1580,  AD Design white metal geometric pendant + chain, SOLD

item 1578, Borke huge silver-plate ring with amethyst, slightly adjustable, costs £66 

item 1581,  Smykkesmeden silver-tone pendant with stone + chain, costs £ 55

item 1582,  Warmind huge pewter pendant + chain, costs £ 65

item 1583,   Crumple cast siilver tone bracelet , costs £ 65 

item 1584,  Finland huge bronze pendant with 3 articulating sections, costs £125

item 1585,   Sarpaneva bronze pendant with amethyst + chain, SOLD

item 1586,  Finnfeelings Karl Laine bronze abstract pendant + chain, costs £95


item 1587,  Alton Palmberg bronze pyrite brutalist necklace, costs £ 125




Monday, 7 August 2017

Danish necklaces and pendants

Here is a collection of  Danish silver necklaces, all styles, and prices. There are modernist designs, Art Nouveau and Art Deco. There is pearl, hematite and porcelain. Something for everyone!

For further details and to place your order, please go to the website scandinaviansilver.co.uk


item  1557. Aarre & Krogh Sterling silver necklace, costs £175

item 1558, Volmer Bahner Sterling silver necklace, sold

item 1559, Aagaard oxidised Sterling silver necklace, SOLD

item 1560,  Algot Enevoldsen silver pendant with gold, costs £95

item 1561, Sandek crumple cast pendant  SOLD

item 1562,  C Brumberg Hansen silver pendant with foliage and scrolls, £65

item 1563, I.B.Jensen silver Art Deco fish pendant, SOLD

item 1564, Herman Siersbøl Sterling silver Art Nouveau  pendant, costs £68

item 1565,  Hans Henrik Nygaard Sterling silver hematite pendant, SOLD

item 1566, JC Danish silver woven pattern pendant + chain, SOLD

item 1567,  Bing & Grøndahl porcelain pendant/ brooch  with children reading, costs £ 36

item 1538,   Bing & Grøndahl porcelain thimble pendant, costs £36

item 1539, Dansk Smykkekunst Sterling porcelain shard pendant, costs £36