Retired beads are just that, retired and no longer available through Trollbeads. You can search online as they are collector’s items and some can still be found from time to time. Good luck searching.
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The bracelet comes standard with no clasp. Look through our selection of clasps and find the one you like best. Remember the bracelet length in the catalog includes the length of the clasp. The small end of the clasp attaches to the smallest ring, designed for loading beads. This locks the beads on the bracelet. The large […]
An artist, a flame and glass … come together to make the beauty of a Trollbead.
When measuring for bracelets, measure tightly where your wrist is broadest and add 2 cm or about 1 inch. This will allow enough slack to add beads and fill your bracelet. The clasp you choose will also determine the length of bracelet you choose. The Big Flower Lock and the Big Fish Lock are both […]
I see myself as an independent businessman/an artist/a designer/a goldsmith and an entertainer, that loves to become absorbed in the small details, in whatever I’m working on at the moment. I express myself by being as precise and pure as possible, and I find it very challenging and exciting to work with Trollbeads. In designing […]
Graduated as jeweler in 1965 from Georg Jensen Copenhagen. Asger has several years of teaching experience and has worked abroad before he started his own company in 1975. He is located in Roskilde, Denmark.
During my apprenticeship with Svend Nielsen, I was able to follow and participate in the development of the Trollbeads. I designed my beads at this time and I focused on simplicity and humor.
Eske Storm graduated as a goldsmith from Hertz& Jakobsen in Copenhagen, Denmark and from the School of Arts in Tasco, Mexico. Received a bronze medal in 1995 in the Danish Art & Craft-competition. Opened his own store in 2001 in downtown Copenhagen next door to the Trollbeads Headquarter in Toldbodgade. His customers comes from as […]
Gabriele Weber-Vögele began working as a goldsmith in 1982. She lives and works in Germany, where she opened her own store as a jeweler and goldsmith in 1992, after finishing her master’s. I love to create special pieces in order to show people’s unique and incomparable personalities, often with details that symbolize special moments in […]
Gitte Bjorn is an educated goldsmith from 1993. Already from her graduation project it was obvious that she wanted to work sculpturally. She has exhibited in Denmark as well as internationally and describe her work this way: With my work I strive to give room and physical reality to the part of my imagination, that […]
When you are born into a family as creative as mine, it is a natural choice for me to be a part of the creative aspect of Trollbeads. My first Trollbead is inspired by the Japanese art of folding paper, called Origami. I have always been fascinated by old traditions and geometry.
I have been on the team developing the Trollbead concept from the first day. It is necessary to be familiar with and to understand how to craft the beads but at the same time understand how to use modern techniques. In this way, we can offer unique jewelry to the market and at reasonable prices. […]
I am standing at the helm of a ship sailing into the future. My cargo is securely stowed in the hold below me. The view from the bridge is wonderful – no two outlooks on the real world are alike. Each day brings a new sunrise, new colors, because each morning adds yet another day […]
Gasparski trained as a goldsmith under Jytte Klove from 1990 -1994. Since 1996 she has had her own workshop and gallery, “Guldkompagniet,” centrally located in Copenhagen. Her style is graphic, with simple, symbolic effects. In 1996 Gasparski received a three-year grant from the Danish Arts Foundation and her work may be seen at exhibitions both […]