Our Freya-collection is one of the finalists in the competition Vuoden koru 2021 (Jewellery of the Year 2021)!
All the finalists will be exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art Emma in 20.11.2020 - 31.1.2021. During this time you will also be able to vote in the competition.
Follow the link to read more about the competition: https://www.julesandberyl.fi/vuodenkoru/
Midsummer is one of our oldest celebrations, and is also a popular day for getting married. Since ancient times, people have honoured the summer solstice - the longest day and shortest night of the year - with ritual fires and flowers as a sign of rebirth and new life. In the Norse mythology, Freya is the goddess of love and fertility, and also the patroness of marriage.
The theme of the Most Beautiful Ring of the Year 2019 competition “From celebration to celebration” was really exciting. I wanted to create an engraved diamond ring that reflects both ancient traditions as well as modern time summer parties. The myths about the goddess of love and fertility have given me great inspiration to the golden Freya-ring. Its diamonds and decorative flower-engravings symbolize both old and new celebrations and traditions of Midsummer.
We now also have earrings and a necklace in our Freya collection, and there is more to come. The Freya jewellery is hand-made to shine and last through all kinds of celebrations, and is now one of the finalists in the competition Jewellery of the Year 2021!
is finalist in the competition The Ring of the Year in Finland 2019!
18K white- and yellow gold, engraved surface 0.44ct rose-cut diamond
4pcs 1,5-1,55mm TW/VS brilliant-cut diamonds, total weight 0,0544ct
16pcs 1,0mm TW/VS brilliant-cut diamonds, total weight 0,0672ct
Freya ring with 0,91ct champagne brilliant cut diamond