Talvikki Stockholm

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konstfack collage of art crafts and design (stockholm)
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Collection – Collection 01

Drawn upon a strong inspiration from the worlds of art and architecture, where prevails a purity of form a unique collection of jewellery is born playing with minimalism, simple geometry and timelessness.
All the jewels of this collection are exquisitely handmade one piece at a time using recycled metals and natural stones, in our studio based in Stockholm, Sweden.
At Talvikki Stockholm we care about details and the impact of the choices we make, in the way we produce what we have to offer.
Our first collection 01 was captured by the Warsaw based photographer and editor Michaela Metesová, who sensually visualised our ideology of less is more. The conceptual Still Life work added a strong visual statement to our first campaign, by the Stockholm based photographer Andrea Pórtoles.
Model: Mia Čajková
The idea of T A L V I K K I Stockholm was born during winter 2015 in the northern hemisphere. Building a bridge between minimalism, simple geometry and timelessness, while always looking for present beautiful well made jewellery & accessories that stand by its craftsmanship and pureness in design adding a true scandinavian aesthetic feeling to each piece of its collections. T A L V I K K I Stockholm is targeted to a sophisticated audience which is looking for ethical alternatives for their consumptions choices, offering honesty in the price tag and production process. Production takes place in Sweden and all jewellery is handcrafted with a strong environmental consciousness, where metals are recovered and chemicals avoided -"By making every step of the production by hand, we certainly generate a minimal impact in the environment which is another way to ensure a contemporary and updated concept of luxury"- MFA Jewellery Designer Carolina Gimeno has launched T A L V I K K I Stockholm as a brand new project, based in the concept of adornment culture with the idea of extend her creations to be accessible to a broader audience. With a long record of international exhibitions, her artwork has caught the eyes of prestigious specialist in contemporary jewellery, as collectors, gallerists, museums, publishers, and magazines worldwide, being part, since 2016 of the Permanent Jewellery Collection of the Nationalmuseum, Sweden’s Premier Museum of Art and Design.