Through the ages, the knot has symbolised the unbreakable pledge of love and devotion.
Georg Jensen’s Love Knot Collection allows you to express your commitment to your beloved in the simplest, most elegant form possible.
With its subtle twists and turns, the Love Knot becomes a timeless symbol of your binding love.View full product details
Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe designed the popular TORUN bangle back in 1968, but it has never been more popular than right now.
It is a playful and highly distinctive piece of jewellery, delicately crafted with precise attention to both form and function. It represents the promise of staying together, because we are stronger together, than when we are apart.
If you were to ask the late Vivianna, a piece of jewellery should be timeless, and it should be worth wearing whether you are 17 or 87.
The TORUN bangle is made out of sterling silver and 18 carat yellow gold. The bracelet is available in 5 sizes, varying from extra-large to extra-small.View full product details
The fluidity and soft shapes of the collection has a hypnotising simplicity and as it embodies notions of eternity, this collection is a captivating symbol of the infinite power of love.
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The bracelet is both sculptural and feminine, and, despite being almost 100 years old, the motif is as relevant today as it was back then. Wear it with your sleeve casually rolled up, and it will enhance your entire outfit.
The MOONLIGHT GRAPES bracelet is made out of sterling silver and it features a beautiful drawstring lock, which enables the size to be adjusted up to 20.5 cm
Rethink the possibilities.
With its sculptural character, ALLIANCE is designed to float around its wearer, embracing and enveloping the body. The feeling and fit are so flexible, the pieces seem as if they are designed with you in mind.
Each cutting-edge style is woven out of a single, lightweight strand of silver. Timeless yet playful, Alliance reminds us that we should always focus on possibilities rather than limitations. Who would have thought of the complexity that was hiding in a single cord of silver?