About Polar Jewelry
We believe the experience of jewelry to be just as important as the jewelry piece itself. With this in mind, we seek to design standalone collections that tell a story. We also strive to reduce all plastic usage through our sustainable packaging system. Every piece of jewelry is accompanied by a gift box, a cotton drawstring bag, a soft velvet jewelry envelope and a care guide. All packaging is suitable for reuse as storage or as a travel receptacle. Alternatively, it can be recycled. We believe all of these aspects work together to create a holistic experience.
We see each collection as a story; each piece is a chapter designed to take you on a journey.
About the founders
A love for experimentation is in the DNA of Polar Jewelry. The two founders themselves have combined their untraditional creative backgrounds to create a unique hybrid aesthetic for their jewelry. Louise Kaiser studied Industrial & Product Design at Central St Martins, and worked in London for seven years. Anne Sofie Fenneberg is an award-winning sculptor and artist. In 2017, she graduated with a Master's from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. The application of their skills from these complementary crafts into jewelry-making ensures an artistic, functional and distinctive product.
Why Bamboo corals?
For thousands of years, red and pink corals has been used for jewelry. It is a beautiful material but it is also a living organism. As it stands, this living organism is harvested indiscriminately across the world and now faces extinction. This would be an ecological disaster because they provide food and shelter to over 25% of the planet's marine life. Corals are the "rainforests of the sea".
Luckily, bamboo coral is a beautiful alternative to red and pink coral. Its name is derived from its bamboo-like appearance and is a type of coral that grows very quickly in shallow sea. It still offers organic palettes like other corals but is also sustainable. Red bamboo coral are stabilized or dyed to achieve its color.
Polar Jewelry's production is dedicated to sustainability and is a part of The United Nations Global Compact. The initiative promotes labor and human rights, anti-corruption and the protection of the environment. It is also a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council that provides an international standard for responsible practices in the jewelry business.
Social consciousness has been at Polar Jewelry’s heart from the beginning. That is why we collaborate with Foreningen Grønlandske Børn. You can read more about them below:
About Foreningen Grønlandske Børn (FGB)
In 1924, Foreningen Grønlandske Børn was founded. The charity supports the personal development of the most vulnerable children in Greenland and Denmark. Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II is a patron of the organisation.
Buy a Polar Jewelry Cotton Bag. All profits from the sale of these bags will go to FGB.
Each year, FGB invites every child from one of their client communities to attend a four-week summer camp. Attendees get to play sports and enjoy creative activities. FGB also likes to facilitate a cultural exchange between the attendees. In 2019, FGB went to Paamiut and Ittoqqortoormiit in Greenland.
For more information please visit: www.fgb.dk