Little wonder, then, that Smykke Copenhagen has worked alongside the visionary designer Margaux Durieux to produce a series of amulets which combine these elements, creating jewellery which imbues the wearer with its own interpretation of timeless magic.
The end of each year is also a time of reflection, of giving, and of those all-important moments of bliss and luxury. Whether neatly wrapped in a box and placed lovingly beneath a Christmas tree, worn while wrapped tightly in long coats and cosy scarves and hats, or used to highlight and accentuate your individual sense of style, fine jewellery - made from the treasures of the sea, and the gifts of the Earth - makes winter your time to shine most brightly.
Confidence, elegance, beauty, and style come in many forms. As a modern, vibrant, and sophisticated woman, you’re always on the lookout for ways to heighten your sense of self, add a touch of wonder to your day, and use your personalised style to send clear messages to the wider world. From taking time to enjoy your morning coffee - made just the way you like it - at your favourite cafe, to selecting the accessories and items of jewellery that speak volumes about your personality, your unique approach to life, and your exquisite taste, each day presents a wealth of opportunities for making each moment count.
In this blog, we’re going to be taking a closer look at amber - one of the greatest gifts the natural world has to give. Ancient, mystical, and possessing a power and beauty which has no rival, this precious and unique material forms the inspiration behind many of the most spectacular treasures of the ages. When used alone in fine jewellery - or combined with other natural treasures and precious stones - it’s a material which never fails to win our hearts or remind us of everything that’s wondrous in this world.
Close your eyes, and transport yourself for a moment to the beauty of the Danish coast. Here, the winds whips themselves over rocks and sands. Here, castles loom on the horizons, the white sails of ships sway on distant waves, and the scent of the sea moves over the land. Here, history meets modernity, the land meets the sky, and all we know meets all we hope for.