7 Winter Themed Jewelry from Ukrainian Brands

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Silver ring in the ice

Making winter more pleasant is quite simple - a pair of shiny earrings or an amulet pendant by Ukrainian brands can make even the dullest day better.

Valeriy Gromov

Valeriy Gromov ringValeriy Gromov had founded his namesake jewelry brand way back in 2008. The master's designs have fantasy elements and some are inspired by everyday elements like, for instance, a moto tire ring. Valeriy Gromov mostly uses titanium, platinum, silver and gold as a basis for the jewelry. The Fire & Ice ring from the Winter 2019 might remind some of the Game of Thrones with its name and motif. The white gold 14k ring is gilded with blue topaz. The item is available for ordering on the official website of the brand.

Oberig

Oberig angel necklaceOberig Jewelry had been created by Tetiana Kondratiuk that was inspired by ancient Ukrainian sacral traditions. Oberig means "amulet" in Ukrainian and the item is supposed to guard its owner against evil and enemies. The brand designs jewelry with Ukrainian motifs and uses high-quality materials approved by international quality certificates. Angel is one of the most popular Christmas season symbols. Oberig offers a necklace with a white gold 18k angel adorned with diamonds. It is available for ordering on the official website of the brand.

Kyiv Jewelry Factory

Kyiv Jewelry Factory pendantsKyiv Jewelry Factory has been manufacturing jewelry from pendants and necklaces to earrings and wedding bands for 80 years, making it one of the oldest jewelry brands in the country. Nowadays the factory has cutting-edge equipment and follows international standards. The bright carnival pendant by KUZ is made from 925 silver and has 92 pink, violet and orange zirconium gems. The item can be ordered on the official website of the brand or in KUZ stores.

Velar

Velar pine tree necklaceVelar brand is fueled by Kyiv-based artist Polya Medvedeva. The young artist mainly drives inspiration from floral motifs like plants and ink paintings. Velar was featured by Harper's Bazaar and Vogue Ukraine. The pine tree necklace by Velar is made from silver with contrasting dark and light parts. The idea was inspired by the elegant traditions of the Japanese ink painting. Besides, pine symbolizes the unity of two as one. The necklace is available for ordering on the official website of the brand.

Svitozar

Svitozar ringSvitozar is one of the biggest Ukrainian jewelry factories. The brand is based in Bila Tserkva and is sold internationally in Poland, Germany, Israel and other countries. Svitozar mostly works with materials like silver and gemstones. To some silver and shiny gems might seem boring, but they come alive in the right setting - for instance, disco ball lights. The 925 silver ring has golden elements and white cubic zirconia. The ring is available for order on the official website of the brand.

Zlato.ua

Zlato.ua earringsThe idea of creating a supermarket of jewelry brands was born in 2012. Two years later, Zlato.ua launched the online store and several stores in Kyiv. The brand values individuality and quality, making them the two pillars of manufacturing. The Black Star earrings are made from 585 gold with black cubic zirconia. The stud earrings give out delicate shine thanks to the stones. The item is available on the official website of the brand.

Fredinskaya Jewelry

Fredinskaya Jewelry earringsFredinskaya Jewelry had been founded in 2009 by designer Olga Fredinskaya. The brand largely uses natural motifs and often uses materials like silver and white cubic zirconia. The multifunctional Snowflake earrings can be worn in various combinations: as two earrings, mono earring, two minimalist earrings and an eclectic pair - one earring with a snowflake and a minimalistic earring. The item is made from silver with Rhodium coverage and is adorned with white cubic zirconia.

The following list is the editor's choice. All businesses are mentioned in a random order.
Photo sources: Facebook pages and websites of businesses mentioned above, unsplash.com. All images belong to their rightful authors.

 

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