Today's Fashion Fridays is about jewelry from Sagen.
Sagen was started in the Summer of 2006 by Elin Sigren and Malte Rohlin on the island of Gotland in the middle of the Baltic Sea.
When they first started out they only made rings.
Nowadays Elin does most of the designing, constructing fun and unique jewelry such as barrettes, brooches, cufflinks, earrings, necklaces, rings and tie holders out of silver and classic Scandinavian mid-century modern pottery.
Check out some of my favorite designs posted below...
Brooch with flamenco dancer design.
You can purchase this brooch for $35- over at Sagen Butik
White porcelain with red and black pattern pendant on silver chain.
You can purchase this necklace for $60.06 over at Sagen Butik
White porcelain with green and black leaf pattern on silver cuff links.
These cufflinks are made out of Bersa pattern porcelain from Stig Linberg.
You can purchase these cufflinks for $48.86 over at Sagen Butik
Blue and black porcelain and silver ring.
This ring is made out of Saturn pattern Norwegian porcelain from Figgjo Flint.
You can purchase this ring for $51.66- over at Sagen Butik
This post was originally published on June 1, 2007.