Shuttle Ring

Silver
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925 0/00 sterling silver.

In 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon. The excitement and jubilation that followed led Björn Weckström to create his Space Silver collection which was launched in the same year. Significant pieces include for example the Planetoid Valleys and Galactic Peaks necklaces, the Mask of Gonda and Shuttle rings and the Bridge to the Moon bracelet, which are still a quintessential part of the Lapponia collection today.

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In 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon. The excitement and jubilation that followed led Björn Weckström to create his Space Silver collection which was launched in the same year.

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Material: Silver Width: 6 mm Weight: 13 g Article number: 650078
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Björn Weckström
Björn Weckström (b. 1935) is a recognized jewelry artist and sculptor. He was the forerunner in designing sculpture-like jewelry for Lapponia Jewelry, drawing his inspiration from the shape and matte surface of gold nuggets from Finnish Lapland. Designing silver pieces, his aim was to use silver to portray the snowy, Finnish winter landscape with its frozen lake surfaces.

Style with

  • Mini Punk earrings
  • Planetoid Valleys Necklace
  • Gelo Earrings
  • Darina´s
  • Mask of Gonda Ring
  • Galactic Peaks Necklace
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