About Polar Jewelry
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 and playing with different elements is in the DNA of Polar Jewelry. The two founders themselves have combined their nontraditional 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 a product that is equally artistic, functional and distinctive.
Why Bamboo corals?
For thousands of years, red and pink corals has been used for jewelry. It is a beautiful material but many people don’t realize corals are living organisms and are harvested indiscriminately. Coral makes up the foundation of the marine ecosystem. Corals are the rainforests of the sea that provides food and shelter to over 25% of the planet's marine life. The current practice of harvesting coral is unregulated and if it continues, coral will become extinct.
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 the grows very quickly in shallow sea. It still offers those organic palettes of other corals without endangering the environment. Red bamboo coral are stabilized or dyed to achieve the desired color.
ProductionOur production is dedicated to sustainability and is a part of The United Nations Global Compact. They promote labor and human rights, anti-corruption and the protection of the environment. It is a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council that provides an international standard on responsible practice in the jewelry business.
Social consciousness has been in Polar Jewelry’s heart from the beginning. Therefore, we have a collaboration with Foreningen Grønlandske børn, which you can read more about below:
About Foreningen Grønlandske Børn (FGB)
FGB works for securing a safe childhood and improved future in Greenland as well as in Denmark and engages in the entire upbringing – from mothers’ groups, the support of the family’s life to projects for placed kids and to act as assessor for children in Greenland. The organisation employs approx 30 people located in five Danish and four Greenlandic communities. FGB was established in 1924, and Her Majesty Queen Margrethe 2nd is a patron of the organisation.
Buy a Polar Jewelry cotton bag and support the children in Greenland. All profits on these bags will go to the FGB whom supports children and families located in Greenland. Read more about the case below.
About summer camps
Each year FGB invites every child from one community to attend four weeks of summer camp. The young volunteers secure the experiences, while FGB together with the citizens and the institutions of the city provide for the locations. Typically, FGB ensures the facilities; schools and the sports halls and ensure that the gear for play, sport and creativity get there on time. FGB also takes care that the entire city is invited to taste the visiting volunteers’ local dishes just as the volunteers have the opportunity to witness a piece of the arctic experience. In 2019 the trip will go to Paamiut in Western Greenland and to Ittoqqortoormiit in Eastern Greenland.
For more information please visit: www.fgb.dk