Finnish Bronze pair of people ear rings by Kirsti Ilvessalo - Kalevala Koru 1950s

Noma Nordic

kr 600.00 SEK Sale price

A rare pair of bronze ear rings with peoples motive designed by Kirsti Ilvessalo for Kalevala Koru, Finland 1950s. The ear rings are of two similar women in straight up position and with old clothing. Hook fixings. 
Hallmarked on the back by Kalevara. Great vintage condition. Measures: 3.5 cmH (without the hook) x 0.6 cmW.

Kalevala Koru designs are usually unique and were made with a limited edition. The brand has strong ties to its native Finland, creating pieces that are inspired by Finnish folklore and ancient artifacts.

"A Scandinavian midcentury modern jewelry you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"

Regular price kr 600.00 SEK

A rare pair of bronze ear rings with peoples motive designed by Kirsti Ilvessalo for Kalevala Koru, Finland 1950s. The ear rings are of two similar women in straight up position and with old clothing. Hook fixings. 
Hallmarked on the back by Kalevara. Great vintage condition. Measures: 3.5 cmH (without the hook) x 0.6 cmW.

Kalevala Koru designs are usually unique and were made with a limited edition. The brand has strong ties to its native Finland, creating pieces that are inspired by Finnish folklore and ancient artifacts.

"A Scandinavian midcentury modern jewelry you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"