Paradise Lost

A collection of broches,
crossing the boundaries of jewelries and accessories.
The name is borrowed from the English poet John Milton’s heroic epos from 1667, dealing with eternal issues of God and Man, good and evil. In Pia Wallén’s case, the lost paradise symbolizes her departure from her home and her family, and a garden blooming with wonderful flowers.
”These flowers symbolize a sense of yearning — for home, family and a heavenly flower garden in Fårö Island. They illustrate the art of moving on, decorating myself with new paradisiacal flowers, like Eva’s fig leaves. At the same time, they represent my daughter and her passion for equestrian sport.”
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