Cornwall LivingIssue #79
Inspired by the rugged textures of Cornwall’s north coast.
Swedish Jeweller Carin Lindberg lives and works in the historic fishing village of Boscastle on the beautiful north coast of Cornwall. She takes inspiration from her Scandinavian heritage with its simplicity and elegance, as well as from the wild Cornish landscape surrounding her home.
“I take pride in using quality materials, scouring the world, including my local beaches for unusual and precious stones.”
The new Rugged collection is therefore inspired by Cornwall’s spectacular north coast with its cliffs and rock formations, and incorporates the colours of the sky, sea, beaches and the surrounding landscape. Vibrant blues and greens team up with stormy greys and neutrals; sterling silver with rugged textures and a rustic patina complements the atmospheric colours and makes for a collection full of character and depth. The rugged collection has particular emphasis on one-of-a-kind pieces with beautiful striking gemstones such as opals, tourmaline, tanzanite and aquamarine and follows on from the very popular Pebble collection, featuring beach pebbles from Cornish beaches, set in sterling silver.
Carin tells us: “I make jewellery that you can wear and love every day. My jewellery isn’t highly polished, nor mass produced, in fact I would go as far as to say that perfect is boring! My jewellery has character and personality, just like me and you.”
Carin continues: “I take pride in using quality materials, scouring the world, including my local beaches for unusual and precious stones. The fact that I make all of this with my own two hands also means that I’m happy to make bespoke pieces that incorporate elements of your particular personality.”
So, if you want to keep a piece of Cornwall close to your heart with a beautifully crafted item of jewellery then make sure to visit the Carin Lindberg Jewellery website and discover the natural beauty of the Rugged collection.
"I take pride in using quality materials, scouring the world, including my local beaches for unusual and precious stones."