Stockholm-based Emma Israelsson is Scandinavian design characterised by both minimalistic and bold jewelry. Emma designs everything by hand first and uses refined gold, bronze and sterling silver to create her sustainable pieces. All her jewelry can be worn simply by itself or layered together all day every day and into the night if you’re going out. The dove, a symbol of peace, has been one of her signature best selling pieces. And Emma’s Link collection was designed with both men and women in mind. This gender-less collection has the Scandinavian edge that’s a signature of this Swedish jewelry house.
Each piece contributes to something good as 10% of the profits is given to charity. Since 2015 Emma Israelsson has supported Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr Denis Mukwege and his work at the Panzi Hospital in Congo through the non profit organization PMU.
“I always had a passionate desire to start a business that matters. To do what you’re really good at and love, to do it with passion and hard work, while aiming for a higher cause. Exquisite designs and success is definitely a goal, but it wouldn’t be worth much if we didn’t have a greater goal, a goal to give back from every little success to someone in need. When we launched 2013 my first collection was called PS23 – this beautiful psalm gives us promises of blessings and protection and encourages us to remember who the true and everlasting Shepherd is. I carry the psalm through all my work. An everlasting love, guidance and inspiration.”