SĂ¤gen presents Dining with Grandma, a collection that brings back memories, laughter and romance. Unique creations which tells stories about the past. The motifs on the porcelain jewellery reminds me of sunday dinners at Grandmothers house. I collect the most charming porcelain you can imagine at fleamarkets and grind every piece to itâ€™s individual shape and then bezel it in shiny and thick silver. Old utility goods become new utility goods. CREDIT TO: Photographer Bodil Johansson Stylist Peder Bagewitz Models Pia Serler, Fredrika Magnusson
The collection Dining with Grandma has two lines Swedish Classics with our most famous Swedish graphic design patterns from the 1950â€™s and 60â€™s. - Dutchess Garden, which is the bohemian line, includes porcelain from the turn of the century with lots of roses, birds and kitsch patterns.
Biography Elin Sigrén / Sägen What began as a way to create my own ideas through a career as a stage producer soon developed into the rapidly growing young label, Sägen, which started in 2007. The name Sägen means an old saga and shows my interest for turning things from trash to treasure. When creating urban modern accessories, I use items from the past for recycling or inspiration for new products. Sägen has a range of other products, including a collection of vintage button jewellery, handcrocheted fairtrade hats, hair decorations, wallets and purses. New items are released continuously. Today I work full time as an accessory designer from my Studio in central Malmö. Contact Elin Sigrén, email@example.com www.sagenbutik.se +46 (0)736 87 04 29 Sägen, Studio 8, Norra Vallgatan 8, 211 25 Malmö, Sweden