Sølje - silver to bunad (the traditional costum of Norway) The Sølje is worn at the throat like a broach as well as earrings and the clasps on the dress and purse.

A traditional Norwegian dish brooch, a skaalsølje, a common engagement present, is worn at the throat like a brooch; the dish element represents a girl's virginity.

Norwegian Solje Jewerly.   Christmas gift from my Grandma when I was a small child.

Norwegian Solje Jewelry (very similar to my Mormor C's - with 12 'spoons')

Inspired by Sami brooch, 'risku', contemporary Swedish silver brooch. Designer: Torild Labba | En silverbrosch inspirerad av en traditionell samisk brosch, risku, av Torild Labba. (Foto Shop in Lapland)

Inspired by Sami brooch, 'risku', contemporary Swedish silver brooch. Designer: Torild Labba | En silverbrosch inspirerad av en traditionell samisk brosch, risku, av Torild Labba. (Foto Shop in Lapland)

Sølje brooch for the Krylling-bunad.

Sølje til Kryllingbunad.

Sølje i kvitt/forgylt sølv til Nordlandsbunad - Bunadsølv - Norsk håndverk - Sylvsmidja

Sølje i kvitt/forgylt sølv til Nordlandsbunad - Bunadsølv - Norsk håndverk - Sylvsmidja

Sølje Heart Brooch // my Norwegian grandmother wore hers at every holiday gathering we had.

Sølje Heart Brooch SKU: Traditional Norwegian sølje with lovely filigree, spoons to reflect the light, and simple hearts.

We have these sølje that have been past down from generation to generation, loved Syttende Mai week as a child, it meant getting to wear our bunads and pretty Norwegian jewelry.

I have my grandma Elisa's sølje (wedding pin) that has been passed down from generation to generation. Syttende Mai week meant wearing the bunads and pretty Norwegian jewelry.

In the sami culture, silver jewellery was an important investment, but it was also believed to be loaded with magic and symbolism. A ‘silver collar’ forms part of the traditional woman’s costume for weddings and celebrations. This sami silver collar...

In the sami culture, silver jewellery was an important investment, but it was also believed to be loaded with magic and symbolism. A ‘silver collar’ forms part of the traditional woman’s costume for weddings and celebrations. This sami silver collar.

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