Kirsti Doukas 'Horseman' pendant, Kalevala Koru, Finland 2005

Kirsti Doukas 'Horseman' pendant, Kalevala Koru, Finland 2005

Code: J417


W: 2.7cm (1.1")H: 3.6cm (1.4")

£95.00 plus postage Approx $120.25, €110.85, ¥19000

This pendant is from the Horseman jewellery series was designed by Kirsti Doukas in 2005 for Finnish composer Aulis Sallinen's opera. It forms part of a jewellery series for the Savonlinna Opera Festival.

The pendant has the Kalevala Koru kk mark and 925 for Sterling silver. It is supplied with a 45 cm new black leather necklace.

Kirsti Doukas (1964 - ) is a well-known Finnish jewellery designer. She has been designing elegant and timeless pieces for Kalevala since 1989 and was appointed as Head of Design in 2015. She was awarded awarded the Pro Finlandia Medal of the Order of the Lion of Finland — an award for artists and writers.

Kalevala is a design company which was set up in the 1930s by Finnish women who began selling jewellery with the aim of funding a statue but their income was actually to help women and families who were victims of war. The company is still active and uses its dividends to support Finnish cultural work. In 2005 Kalavala acquired the acclaimed jewellery company Lapponia.