Swedish designer Elin Sigrén makes unique jewellery pieces, cleverly created from discarded china and porcelain crockery.

Dining with Grandma, Sägen

With Christmas fast approaching – and the annual shopping frenzy gathering pace – check out Swedish designer Elin Sigrén’s web shop for some great and unique jewellery pieces, cleverly created from discarded china and porcelain crockery.

From her studio in Malmö, Elin collects and re-cycles porcelain plates and china, combining selected sections with silver for her ‘Dining with Grandma’ collections. The collection is split into two distinct looks. Fresh ‘50’s and ‘60’s graphic patterns in green and white from classic Swedish porcelain makes up one look; whereas the ‘Duchess Garden’ collection offers the alternative of a kitsch feast of sweet birds and pretty pink roses.

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