Handmade Danish Jewelry

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Handmade Danish Jewelry

From a small workshop in Aarhus, Denmark, Louise Kragh Jewelry has handcrafted unique porcelain earrings, bracelets and much more since 2004. This is handmade Danish jewelry at its best. 

A piece of Louise Kragh Jewelry has its very own glow which is being enhanced when placed on your finger, around your wrist or neck, or as an elegant greeting on your ear.  By embracing natural elements and color Louise Kragh creates jewelry that focuses on the simplicity and honesty of design

Handmade Danish Jewelry
By embracing natural elements and color Louise Kragh creates jewelry that focuses on the simplicity and honesty of design

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If you want to go classic, you can choose black and white. If you want to space up your look, you can go for bright reds and yellow. The graphic and simple look has an honesty that embrace both the natural and colorful.

Handmade Danish Jewelry
All the pieces of Louise Kragh Jewelry focus on craftmanship and tradition and are handmade in the heart of Aarhus. Each piece has a unique finish and today, the brand is sold in selected shops all around the world.

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4 annual collections
Louise Kragh releases 4 annual collections, all designed and produced by hand at the headquarters in Aarhus. The rich colors of the individual pieces sit beautifully against the metal used, adding a hint of sparkle and glamorous sophistication.

Handmade Danish Jewelry
Louise Kragh releases 4 annual collections
Handmade Danish Jewelry
All the pieces of Louise Kragh Jewelry focus on craftmanship and tradition and are handmade in the heart of Aarhus.

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Local production
Denmark has a strong tradition for local production and the company has no plans to move away from the picturesque city of Aarhus. The beautiful designs have been the essence of Louise Kragh since the birth of the brand in 2004.

Handmade Danish Jewelry, written by Tor Kjolberg

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