Mountains represent resilience, stability and perspective. They tell us that we need to be brave, humble and prepared with flexibility and strength. Climbing a mountain depicts inner elevation and deep satisfaction.
In Norway we’ve always been a bit crazy about our mountains. Travelling around you’ll find “mountain – people” all over world. If I have a tribe, this must be the one.
The Mountain Medallion has this text on the backside of it; “Together moving mountains ” I made these during a time when the covid virus was peaking in the world, – maybe partially explains my choice of text, but there’s more to it. Togetherness is always a good thing, – maybe especially in the mountains. This is a strong piece of jewellery. You’ll feel it.
Stetind became Norway’s national mountain in 2002. It was called “the world’s ugliest mountain” by the Englishman W.C. Slingsby – when he didn’t succeed climbing to the top in 1904.
Solid 925 Sterling Silver. Stamped with registered responsibility marks. Measures about 25 x 30 mm. One with adjustable chain in three different lengths (ca 70,60 and 50 cm) is the one with the slimmer chain. Swarovski crystals. Design and smith work by Catrine Linder. Engravings on the mountain by Kerstin Östberg. The other three variations have a different chain where you may adjust the length to your choice – max 50 cm. The elegant chain may be wrapped around to wear as a bracelet as well. This variation allows you to change the chain on the Mountain Amulet pendant. Last photo shows a piece that has enamel and oxide – called “Grey Weather Day” (sold).
Would you like Catrine to make one especially for you? Please contact by sending a DM on instagram.
Enamel on Mountain Amulet
Efjord Blue, Midnight Black, No Enamel, Permanent (no changable) slim chain