The limited edition Kalevala Karelian Plaited Ribbon Motif plywood earrings commemorate the festive costumes of Eastern Finnish and Karelian women from nearly a thousand years ago, resembling chain holders that were apart of their impressive set of jewelry. First designed by Germund Paaer in 1937, the Karelian Plaited Ribbon Motif now makes a return as plywood earrings in a vibrant, summery pink colorway. These earrings are sustainably handmade in Finland, including bronze connecting parts and gold-plaited silver hooks. The reverse side is unpatterned in solid pink.
Kalevala Jewelry seeks its inspiration from the unique Finnish and Scandinavian jewelry traditions throughout the ages. Most of the Kalevala Koru models are replicas of ancient Iron Age jewelry discovered by archaeologists. Read more about
The first head-designer of Kalevala Jewerly, Germund Paaer was responsible for the jewelry design until the 1950's. Talented, enthusiastic and very productive yet humble his intricate and detailed aesthetic became very popular. With an interesting male point of view, Paaer required that "E... More Germund Paaer