X by Trollbeads a new and unique jewellery concept. Designed for you to create unexpected combinations and express your own personal style - with a twist… Discover your own...
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X by Trollbeads uses sterling silver in all our silver links.
"Sterling" is the name for silver that has 92.5% pure silver with 7.5% alternative material, mainly copper.
This is why our silver products are stamped with 925S LAA: "925" refers to the purity of the alloy.
Silver links will oxidize (begin to look black) after contact with oxygen and water, but you can simply polish them back to life with a soft cloth, but never use chemicals on your links!
Trollbeadsonline always strives for the best delivery. If your order is processed and complete, it will be sent with Bpost the same day. You will recieve a mail with a track&trace code so that you'll be able to follow your order as it is being sent to you.
If you unexpectedly wouldn't be satisfied with your purchase, you an return this within 14 days. For more information about reshipment and trading, you can scroll down.
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Mette Saabye was born in 1969, and is professionally educated as a jeweler. She has studied jewelry design in Florence at Fuji Studio and at the Institute of Precious Metals from which she graduated in 1996. She has since worked as a designer and jewelry artist. Mette Saabye is one of Danish jewelry art's most acclaimed experimental artists. In recent years, she has worked with jewelry that relates to identity, perception of reality, and the individual's sense of what is precious and unique. She also works with completely down-to-earth sources of inspiration like the craft and its possibilities, function, beauty, ornamentation and the relationship between body and jewelry. Mette Saabye has received numerous prestigious awards for her work including the St. Loye prize, which is Copenhagen Goldsmiths Guild prestigious recognition for young talent, Biennale Prize for Crafts and Design and the Government Arts 3 year work grant. She should really be photographed in black and white. She exudes cool, classic elegance, like Audrey Hepburn in a modern version of "Breakfast at Tiffany's".More info