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Lone Løvschal

Lone Løvschal Silversmith
Danish, English
Tuesday to Friday 11:00 - 17:30 and Saturday 12:00 - 15:00
+45 20887205
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Relishing the challenge of silver

  • • Lone's designs are often inspired by the sea
  • • She particularly loves working on spoons
  • • After her master's in London she opened her own studio

Lone Løvschal trained as a silversmith in Copenhagen from 1997, learning from the masters at the Georg Jensen company for four years. She went on to study in London, where she got her master’s degree from the Royal College of Art. “I have always wanted to work with my hands,” she says. “I still remember the first object I made, it was a strawberry spoon.” Denmark has a strong heritage in silversmithing, which could feel a heavy burden to carry. But Lone is not intimidated; if anything, she feels empowered by it. She opened her own studio in 2007 and now is working full time on her own designs, mainly one-off or custom-made precious jewellery and silverware pieces, but also smaller series of jewellery designs for well known international brands.

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Spoon for hands

These sterling silver spoons with wavy handles were forged by Lone 'à la carte', based on the shapes of her family members’ hands. Her intention was to create a set of unique silverware crafted in accordance with the human body.

Length 14 cm

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Meringue box

Lone used 3D modelling and rapid prototyping to conceive the Meringue box, which was then finished by hand. By using organic and fluid forms, curved elegant lines and a strong graphic expression, she aimed to create a collection of alluring silver vessels for joyous occasions.

Length cm

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Coral Collection brooch

Part of the Coral Collection, this 18k gold brooch was inspired by marine flora. Its small branches were conceived to hold precious stones; spinels and rubies in this case. The handmade nature of Lone's jewellery means that each piece is unique.

Length 8 cm
Width 8 cm

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Coral Collection earrings

Marine flora and fauna were the main source of inspiration for the Coral Collection. These earrings feature light grey Tahiti pearls on gold studs. The handmade nature of Lone’s jewellery means that each piece is unique.

Length 3.5 cm

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Midsummer ring

Three sapphires in different shades of natural blue and green feature in this 18k gold ring. Lone drew her inspiration from ancient Greece and Rome, where kings and queens were convinced that blue sapphires protected their owners from envy and harm.

Length 2 cm
Width 2

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