Elis Kauppi founded his jewellery workshop, Kupittan Kulta in Finland in 1945 and became a leading jeweller of modernistic jewellery that has continued to influence jewellers even today.
Born in 1921 and dying in 2001, his jewellery has always has such a distinct bold appeal to it, all the while still being very easy to wear all the time.
And this piece is so typical of his work and will certainly stand out and be admired.
Hand made in 14ct rose gold, the pendant leads down to a scalloped design set with a 10.6 carat smoky quartz that looks magnificent set against the rose gold.
The way the light reflects around the gold and the scintillation from the quartz, really makes this such an amazing and unique piece of jewellery.
From left to right, the oval section at the bottom measures 28.5mm by 24.4mm or 46.7mm from the very bottom to the top.
Jewellery from this region always has such an attractive and unique style, that becomes even more special when it is from a famed artist.