Sigurd Bronger, Carrying device for a ping pong ball, stainless steel, silver, painted ping pong ball
Sigurd Bronger, Carrying device for a ping pong ball, stainless steel, silver, painted ping pong ball

Sigurd Bronger, Carrying device for a ping pong ball, stainless steel, silver, painted ping pong ball
Sigurd Bronger, Carrying device for a Nautilus shell, 18 ct gold, steel, Nautilus shell, rubber
Sigurd Bronger, Carrying device for an ostrich egg shell, steel, forma plast, brass, ostrich egg shell
Sigurd Bronger, CD for a pine cone, gold plated brass, steel, pine cone

Sigurd Bronger
The Nature of Things

For this jewellery collection, Sigurd Bronger has taken elements from nature and everyday life, even when these elements in themselves do not seem obvious choices for application in jewellery: they are a reminder of the fragility of nature and life. The surreal compositions that result from the use of perishable materials can be humorous and absurd. The dialog between things and nature takes place in time, saying something about history as well as our perception of so-called constant values. It’s the point of departure and the landing ground of Sigurd’s voyage of discovery.