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Beautiful silver pendant by Jorma Laine, in a long form with a square rock crystal and silver cubes. Imaginative, elegant design.

Designer: Jorma Laine

Maker: Turun Hopea

Year: 1973

Country: Finland

Dimensions: Length 5.8, width 1.5, depth 0.9 cm. Length of chain 70 cm

Condition: Very good vintage condition consistent with age and use

About the artist: Jorma Laine was one of the most unique voices in the history of Scandinavian jewelry, and is considered one of the most interesting Nordic silversmiths of the 1960s and 1970s. He developed a very characteristic abstract, modernistic style of working with silver and bronze, and is best known his work for the firm Turun Hopea, but he also worked for the firm Kultateollisuus Ky and his own firm Silver-Laine. He lived large parts of his life as a recluse in a cabin deep in the Finnish woods. There he lived close to the wildlife and got his inspiration from nature itself but also the from local myths of spirits and gnomes. His pieces range from beautiful geometrical pieces inspired by snowflakes to whimsical but oddly beautifull small sourly portraits of spirits.


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