Add a Little Magic to 2018

With only one week to go until Christmas you might still be stuck on what to ask Santa for or you might find yourself looking a little further forward and wondering what 2018 holds. Either way it doesn’t hurt to add a little sparkle to the coming weeks – after all January is a blue month and we need something to Kirakira other than the Christmas tree and our sequin ensembles. No need to panic, we have found the sparkling solution in Pantolin Fine Jewellery.

Founded in 2006 by Paula Pantolin, the brand features sought-after jewellery in precious metals with selected stones in a responsible sourced ethic production. Simultaneously on trend and classic pieces with high quality craftsmanship is the Pantolin way and the company profile is exclusive commissions and limited editions with high quality in every little piece of art.

Brought up in an artistic family, there was only one direction for Paula to go in. Her grandmother was a couture designer and her mother a devoted painter so after studying art at university she decided to set up her own business and so Pantolin jewellery was born. The website details ‘It was never about choosing a profession, working creatively was in her blood and grandmothers drawing case is with her everywhere. Just in case.’

With four core values: a proud legacy, sustainability, ethical consciousness and sourcing, Pantolin has cemented itself within the jewellery market in only a short time. The sustainable side is clearly important to Paula and in the production process they use no alloys with led, nickel or cadmium (heavy metals). They melt down old jewellery to create new and unique pieces of art and the overall aim is to reach 100% recycled metal as a company. It’s also important to note that Pantolin take full responsibility when selecting their precious stones and metals from sourced mines and all diamonds are certified.

Pantolin currently showcases eight fabulous collections on their site, including lockets and stack rings. The stack rings are one of our favourite collections here in the YCB office. The Pink goldplate on silver/rose quartz stone is particularly high on our wish list for 2018.

Another favourite is the fish scale locket in silver/pearl, the perfect gift for a loved one and a clear example of Paula incorporating the values into the products. We also love the PP Monogram collection which is signature to the company and the PP monogram earrings with white sapphires on silver are simply stunning.

More costume style pieces include the PP monogram earring with 18K goldplate on silver/rhodolite and olivine stones and the three stone ring in goldplate/freshwater pearl. Thanks to style bloggers like And Finally, it’s never been more chic to layer on the jewellery, particularly when the pieces are a striking as Pantolin.

With all prices available on request, Pantolin jewellery is clearly an exclusive brand and have developed pieces that are not available on the high street. The pieces are completely original and clearly have within them the Pantolin DNA as carried through by Paula.

With the current trend focus leaning more and more toward accessories and statement yet high end jewellery, Pantolin is the go-to designer for such pieces. For us, a unique piece of jewellery never goes amiss and the gift of Pangolin Fine Jewellery is perfect for a loved one this Christmas, or something for yourself to add a little magic to 2018. Trust us, we will be doing exactly this come January 1st.

Pantolin Fine Jewellery is available in selected stores, with UK and the US next on the list. But until then, no matter where you are in the world, you can visit http://pantolin.com/ to order jewellery or for more information and price requests.

Follow the Pantolin team and the Founder Paula Pantolin on Instagram at @paulapantolin

Photo credits

Photo: Sandra Myhrberg

Stylist: Meghan Scott

h&mu: Michaela Widegren

Model: Ilda Linqvist / Le Managament

 

Olivia Hunter

Olivia is an English student and blogger for her own site The Fashion Hunter and admits to having more shoes than sense. A self confessed blog stalker, no corner of the web is left untouched when looking to fill her fashion or beauty fix. Olivia's three things you can never have too much of are coffee, nail polish and, of course, shoes!

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