X By Trollbeads Designers - Mette Saabye

“Beautiful, unique, independent ornaments” is how Mette describes the X links. “The fact that you don’t depend on a bracelet and are free to combine X links creates all sorts of possibilities. I’ve never seen anything quite like them before so I think people will find them totally surprising and unique.”

 

Armband Mette Saabye

Mette is a trained goldsmith having studied jewellery design in Florence, at the Fuji Studio and also at the Institute of Precious Metals in Copenhagen.

Since then she has worked as a designer and a jewellery artist. She has won numerous awards for her work.

“Beautiful, unique, independent ornaments” is how Mette describes the X links. “The fact that you don’t depend on a bracelet and are free to combine X links creates all sorts of possibilities. I’ve never seen anything quite like them before so I think people will find them totally surprising and unique.”

She is convinced that the X by Trollbeads collection will appeal to a very broad audience, including males and the younger generation. 

What’s more, the idea of using X links, both as a decorative and functional tool, is “poetic”, allowing people to create symbolic connections between the major moments in their lives.

Whether given as a gift, or as a treat to oneself, the X by Trollbeads collection is, in Mette’s eyes, about “expressing a visual identity and allowing people to make a very personal piece of jewellery where the possibilities are virtually endless”. She continues: “The X by Trollbeads collection is so diverse, it allows for the creation of many different personalities and identities. The X links are so expressive, detailed and figurative that people can take their own bracelets in any direction they want. You could even make a new identity every day!”.

Mette also thinks that the idea of collecting X links will strike a chord: “People naturally like to collect things; they like to show other people and exchange experiences. The X by Trollbeads collection is another way to do that.”

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