About

The Swedish designer Mia Sahlberg’s creative expression is as varied as it is versatile. For the last decade she has made parallel journeys, from clothing designer, stylist, painter and visual artist to silversmith. Ever since her first clothing collection, which was designed in Paris 2007, her foundation has been rooted in the Scandinavian heritage combined with a playful approach where she listens to the element of the material.
 
Mia literally stumbled into the world of silversmithing, when she planned a photo session where she wanted to cover the model’s fingers with rings. She was looking all over Paris after exciting jewelry, but couldn’t find what she was looking for. The desire for a new expression in combination with creating something unique led Mia starting to play with jewelry design. She began experimenting with fabrics to make dramatic accessories, but shortly after she got curious about silver jewelry and she founded the sustainable fine silver jewelry brand M.SAHLBERG jewelry in 2014.
 
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All pieces are handcrafted by Mia in her atelier outside of Montpellier in France. All silver is 100% recycled, even the scrap silver is reused a second or even a third time to make new jewelry. It's important for Mia to be an alternative to the mass-produced fast fashion business where both humans and nature are put a side and to be a part of the Slow Fashion movement, to be a responsible and sustainable brand.

 

What characterizes M.SAHLBERG jewelry is the raw and unpolished feeling that is constantly playing against Scandinavian minimalism mixed with inspiration from the Mediterranean Sea and the sunny south of France, where Mia is now working and living.