Metal Design Reykjavik - Reykjavik
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Stefán Bogi Stefánsson seeks his inspiration from many different places, his lines of jewellery carry such diverse names as 'the Beach', 'Forget-me-not' and 'Violet' - referencing to their different motifs, found in nature. The Beach is inspired by the waves of the Icelandic seaside, 'Forget-me-not', 'Violet', 'Buttercup', 'Cushion Pink' (in Icelandic: 'Lamb-Grass') on the flowers whose names they carry.
The designs are geometric and minimal in their approach, seeking inspiration in their respective natural phenomena, but not even attempting to mimic them exactly. They have a light, modern touch and are impeccably stylish. Each item is both representative of the line from which it comes, and a stand alone piece of art. They include everything from larger pieces such as necklaces and bracelets to smaller ones like rings and earrings.
The workshop sits in the heart of the city centre, on Skólavörðustígur, so it's perfect to drop by and survey the collection, try something on or pick it up for your sweetheart.
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