Pia Hasselberg

Here's a bit about me. I originally come from the heart of Sweden - Dalarna. But I've spent half of my life on the west coast of Sweden.

The love for making jewelry came unexpectedly a few years ago after many years of working in animation.

I missed creating with my hands, and when I randomly tried making earrings, I got hooked.

Art to be worn and carried among people?! The mere thought is dizzying.

Wearing my earrings sometimes leads to questions, and people begin to share their own thoughts. I realized how important it can be to shed light on difficult and sensitive topics, but in an accessible way.

Contact me

The inner and outer aspects of the body inspire me

I create handmade brass jewelry that celebrates the strengths and quirks of the female body. My jewelry also serves as a reminder that we are not alone in our struggle against mental health issues and loneliness.

  • Craftsmanship

    All of my creations are made by hand, one by one, with my saw and pillar drill. My sketches go directly onto the metal plate, and each piece of jewelry is entirely unique. That's how I want it to be.

  • Outside my window

    This is my view from my workshop. I thrive in the tranquility where I can gather inspiration. Sometimes I take a walk to reconnect with myself

  • My vision

    I believe that jewelry can be so much more than just an accessory. They can be a way to express oneself, to heal, and to create a sense of community.