Kalevala Sydänsormus in bronze

Kalevala Koru / Kalevala Jewelry / Sydänsormus / HEART RING / Material: silver also available in bronze

"Karelian braid" by Finnish jewelry company Kalevala Koru. Variation of an original 12th-14th century Christian symbol from the crusade times, found in Karelia.

"Karelian braid" by Finnish jewelry company Kalevala Koru. Variation of an original century Christian symbol from the crusade times, found in Karelia.

CROSSES PENDANT, material: bronze or silver. This collection draws its inspiration from early Finnish history. Many of the pieces are replicas of archeological finds dating back to the early years A.D., the Viking era and more recent times. The rich ornamental world of the museum pieces has also inspired attractive jewelry adaptations. Even the most modern Kalevala Koru pieces have strong roots in Finnish culture, which for centuries has combined the influences of east and west.

CROSSES PENDANT, material: bronze or silver. This collection draws its inspiration from early Finnish history. Many of the pieces are replicas of archeological finds dating back to the early years A.D., the Viking era and more recent times. The rich ornamental world of the museum pieces has also inspired attractive jewelry adaptations. Even the most modern Kalevala Koru pieces have strong roots in Finnish culture, which for centuries has combined the influences of east and west.

A kalevala koru shield ring, bronze plated sterlibg silver . Koru jewelry are made using the copies of ancient jewelry. Hallmark KK and made in finland, 925 and finish control mark. Size approx 17mm.

A kalevala koru shield ring, bronze plated sterlibg silver . Koru jewelry are made using the copies of ancient jewelry. Hallmark KK and made in finland, 925 and finish control mark. Size approx Contact me if you have any questions.

Thor's Hammer pendant Thor was the Viking god of thunder who used his hammer to rule and dispense justice. During thunderstorms, Thor was believed to be riding across the skies in his goat-drawn chariot. The strikes of his hammer caused the roar of thunder, while lightning came from the sparks that he sent flying. A hammer-shaped pendant became a common symbol for Thor, and it was also worn as a charm against the forces of evil.

Thor's Hammer pendant Thor was the Viking god of thunder who used his hammer to…

Kalevala Koru, Finland. Inspired by ancient Finnish jewelry from Bronze or Iron Age.

Inspired by ancient Finnish jewelry from Viking age

Charlott’s Antique Vintage Jewelry - pendent & crosses bronze (Powered by CubeCart) Product Information Bronze pendent from Kalevala Koru,Finland.Made in the 50-60´s. The original is from 1050-1300 e.Kr found in Uhtualta,Finland.

Charlott’s Antique Vintage Jewelry - pendent & crosses bronze (Powered by CubeCart) Product Information Bronze pendent from Kalevala Koru,Finland.Kr found in Uhtualta,Finland.

Charlott’s Antique Vintage Jewelry - Pendent & Crosses Bronze (Powered by CubeCart) Product Information Bronze cross from kalevala Koru,Finland.Made in the 30-40´s. The original is from the time off the Vikings.

Charlott’s Antique Vintage Jewelry - Pendent Crosses Bronze (Powered by CubeCart) Product Information Bronze cross from kalevala Koru,Finland.Made in the The original is from the time off the Vikings.

Water Symbol ring from Perniö (in silver)

Water Symbol ring from Perniö (in silver) Kalevala Jewelry Finland

"Festive necklace from the Häme region" by Finnish jewelry company Kalevala Koru. Original ancient Finnish jewelry found in Kernaala in the Janakkala region, origin 700-800 A.D. Suppose to symbolize two peacocks, symbols of heavenly joy and immortality, and that believed living in the Paradise. Beneath the birds the Goblet of Water of Life. The upper part, the arch, is believed to symbolize a vault in a church. Pre-Christian symbol of the Paradise.

"Festive necklace from the Häme region" by Finnish jewelry company Kalevala Koru. Original ancient Finnish jewelry found in Kernaala in the Janakkala region, origin 700-800 A.D. Suppose to symbolize two peacocks, symbols of heavenly joy and immortality, and that believed living in the Paradise. Beneath the birds the Goblet of Water of Life. The upper part, the arch, is believed to symbolize a vault in a church. Pre-Christian symbol of the Paradise.

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