Jewellery Collections by Annika Burman


Earrings and pendants in silver and gold. inspired by collection of Swedish fairytales published in the early 1900's. The tales about trolls and other mythical beings, part of traditional Scandinavian folklore, and the images they conjure - in combination with the illustrations by John Bauer - has inspired a collection of sculptural jewellery with sharp blade-like detailing where the pendant loop is an integral part of the piece. Likewise, some of the earrings appear to wrap around the ear in the shape of a twisted hoop. In contrast to the source of inspiration, the resulting collection has an almost futuristic feel.
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A collection inspired by classic jewellery shapes which have stood the test of time, from the origin of body adornments such as tusks, animal teeth and hoops to contemporary man-made everyday items and pop culture references. The pieces are strong and bold, even when small in size. Timeless statement pieces for everyday wear.  
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Knotted and twisted, appearing as if tied or wrapped around fingers and earlobes. As pendants they simply knot around the chain. The name alludes to rope ‘tricks’. Simple, easy and timeless jewellery for anytime and anywhere, this collection is ever evolving.
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VANADIS                                                                                                    Inspired by Scandinavian wilderness, this collection is made up of stand alone pieces in icy white silver, which, like nature itself, is timeless.                                View the collection here:

HELIA                                                                                                               The Helia collection is contemporary design, but with an art deco feel. Pentagon shaped pendants and earrings set with fiery red garnets in gold vermeil, or cool London Blue topaz set in rhodium plated silver. The motifs' geometric shape with the sunburst design are the inspiration behind the name of the collection, Helia, the sun goddess.                                                        View the collection here:

The cog shaped ‘metal flower’ design takes inspiration from the futuristic 1927 Fritz Lang film, Metropolis.
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Wear your own lucky demon. A cheeky take on the traditional amulet or talisman, worn to protect or bring luck, is a different way to wear the traditional gold & pearl combination where the contrasting black chain brings focus on the gold motif.
The collection includes pendants and earrings in textured silver and gold vermeil, with or without a pearl charm.
Cufflinks are available in silver, bright or blackened, or made to order in gold vermeil.
A small collection of mini Demons in18ct gold with a smooth mirror finish, is also available. The Demon stud earrings are sold both as a pair, or as a single.
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A collection of flowing ‘ribbons’ of silver which wrap around the hand and neck. Modernist shapes based on natural forms such as a loop, a figure of eight and the möbius strip – a half twisted band where the ends are joined. The Ninja rings – two twisted and wavy rings with diamond set tips – are now part of the Twister collection.
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Free form shapes recalling kaleidoscope shapes and patterns and with an Art Nouveau feel. Asymmetric designs that are slightly angled, these are definite statement pieces which are available in gold vermeil and silver, with or without oxidised detailing.
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Inspired by rain and dripping water, the collection’s hero piece is the oversized statement cuff. The collection include a necklace and two styles of earrings
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The Galactica Collection is inspired by outer space - real or imagined - from astronomy to science fiction and beyond:                                                       View the collection here