"A piece of jewellery should be a miniature sculpture, -an every day piece of art you would like to wear not only today, but for the rest of your life."
The furniture designer who turned to jewellery..
Norwegian jewellery designer Kaja Gjedebo graduated as a funiture designer in 1999 and landed a job in New York, Wallstreet some months before 9/11. Suddenly unemployed she turned to her beloved second subject, jewellery design, and has never looked back..
The inspiration for the new collections Lilja and Lilypond are derived from my morning walks by the lake where I live, with its waterlillies. Glittertind is inspired by origami and mountains, and has a small, exclusive series of rings with alexadritt-stones.
first collection from the forest
The Secret Garden Collcetion
In 2009 Kaja moved into a neighbourhood of row houses for artists with an in-house studio, close to the forest.
i mitt atelier på bøler:
Smykkekurs for nybegynnere og viderekommende
Alt foregår i mitt atelier på Bøler i Oslo. På grunnkurs vil du lære de grunnleggende teknikkene for å lage smykker i kobber og sølv, i plate og tråd, som å sage, valse, lodde, polere og generell omgang med tenger og maskinene vi bruker. På videregående kurs lager vi hule former og jobber med egne prosjekter.
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