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The prototype of this bracelet dates from 900-1000 A.D. It was worn by Finno-Ugric tribes living in Russia.

The prototype of this bracelet dates from 900-1000 A.D. It was worn by Finno-Ugric tribes living in Russia.

: Kalevala jewelry

: Kalevala jewelry

SNAKE RING  Material: bronze or silver. Because snakes shed their skin, it was believed they were immortal. Featured in jewellery, the snake was a symbol of success and the course of life. One snake symbolised stirring dynamic power, two snakes counterforces that complemented each other.

SNAKE RING Material: bronze or silver. Because snakes shed their skin, it was believed they were immortal. Featured in jewellery, the snake was a symbol of success and the course of life. One snake symbolised stirring dynamic power, two snakes counterforces that complemented each other.

Kalevala Koru | My SAAGA, rannekoru ja kaulakoru heloilla (bracelet and necklace charms)

Kalevala Koru | My SAAGA, rannekoru ja kaulakoru heloilla (bracelet and necklace charms)

kalevala koru globe earrings

kalevala koru globe earrings

PARADISE EARRINGS  material: bronze. Two long-necked birds, presumably peacocks…

PARADISE EARRINGS material: bronze. Two long-necked birds, presumably peacocks…

Kalevala Koru Finland Ring Modernist Sterling Silver Textured Ball | eBay

Kalevala Koru Finland Ring Modernist Sterling Silver Textured Ball

Kalevala Koru Finland Ring Modernist Sterling Silver Textured Ball | eBay

PARADISE BRACELET  material: bronze or silver.  Two long-necked birds, presumably peacocks, have been immortalised to adorn this stunning necklace. Peacocks were considered residents of paradise – symbols of heavenly splendour and immortality. A stemmed basin containing the elixir of life is located below the birds. The piece features the symbol of paradise in early Christian art, in which paradise was the dominion of the heavens.

PARADISE BRACELET material: bronze or silver. Two long-necked birds, presumably peacocks, have been immortalised to adorn this stunning necklace. Peacocks were considered residents of paradise – symbols of heavenly splendour and immortality. A stemmed basin containing the elixir of life is located below the birds. The piece features the symbol of paradise in early Christian art, in which paradise was the dominion of the heavens.

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