tagbe-20072 Trollbeads New Horizons
Adventure calls. Come with me to the far horizons.
L'article 1004102021 a été remplacé par le nouveau code TAGBE-20072
- Dimension: Weight: 2.14 g
- Material : Sterling Silver
- Colour: Silver
This silver / gold charm bead fits Trollbeads bracelets and Trollbeads necklaces. Perfect if you are creating a glass Trollbeads bracelet or necklace. Trollbeads jewelry are delivered together in the original Trollbeads box with 2 years warranty. (if you separate package like you can indicate this + may leave a message with your order in the shopping basket)
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Morten Pol Engell Nørregård
Morten Pol Engell Nørregård Goldsmith, designer, scientist, inventor. It is not entirely obvious how to describe Morten Engell - Nørregård. His insatiable curiosity has always driven him to explore new ideas and seek new knowledge. He got his apprenticeship in 1999 from Melcher Copenhagen and then worked for a period at the model workshop of Georg Jensen. Here he decided to pursue a career in research and took first his master's degree in computer science and then a Ph.d. at Copenhagen University on physically based simulation of human movement, a topic that can be applied in the development of prostheses for the disabled as well as in robotics. He continues to work as a researcher, but has now also returned to his jewellers roots as a designer for Trollbeads. "For as long as I can remember, I have always made things with my hands. Inspiration comes to me from everything that surrounds me and I have to channel it into objects and shapes. It's almost an involuntary process. In order to realize my ideas, I have always hunted knowledge of how different materials are processed, ranging from clay, wax, wood, and paper, to virtual 3D objects in computers. I will always return to metal though. There is something in the process of working with metal that never ceases to fascinate me.”More info