Soldiser creates sustainable and long-lasting designs in an environmentally friendly manner. Sustainability has, from the onset, been of utmost importance. To ensure fair working conditions, the highest environmental standards and the most exceptional quality, all Soldiser silk designs, including the packaging, are produced in Sweden and Italy by experienced manufacturers.
The main component of the Soldiser assortment is silk. Silk consists of only natural fibers, it is entirely biodegradable and has a low environmental impact. In silk production, the silkworms are fed mulberry crops, which when grown require some use of pesticides and fertilizers. However, these crops need far fewer chemical inputs than what is used in for example cotton production. Conventional silk production also washes the fibers in chemical detergents which are a low-level pollutant if released untreated. However, silk production within the EU adhere to strict environmental regulations, and it is not allowed to discharge such detergents without treatment. All in all, the chemical processes involved in silk production, especially within the EU, have a far lower environmental impact than those in conventional cotton production or synthetics.
Every Soldiser design includes several plants and animals, most of which are listed as endangered in the Nordic countries. We are proud of our effort to raise awareness about endangered species in the Nordic counties and wish to pay tribute to the beautiful nature of the North.
Just as our silk assortment, our jewlery collection is designed in Sweden. All designs are made in precious metal, gold and silver, by experienced and skilled artisans.
It was always my intention to include plants and animals in order to raise awareness about endangered species in the Nordic counties and to pay tribute to the beautiful nature of the North.
Heritage meets modernity
My jewelry collection is a tribute to the North and its history. Every collection is inspired by a Norse goddess, the ancient Viking Age poems and our magical nature. I hope you will discover a piece of the North among my designs.