WE ARE A JEWELLERY GALLERY
AND A STUDIO, AND A SHOP, AND A MEETING PLACE, AND A LABORATORY, AND A WORKSHOP, AND A LOVELY PLACE. JUST COME BY AND DEFINE IT.
PLATINA Stockholm AB
Tegnérgatan 4, 113 58 Stockholm
PHONE: + 46 8 300280 or + 46 739 805906
WE ARE CLOSED 20TH - 29TH OF NOVEMBER.
The webshop is open with delivery in the beginning of december.
During December we will be open: Mo-Fr 11.00-18.00, Sa 11.00-15.00 and other hours on appointment.
You can always contact us before your visit.
PLATINA was established 1999 to provide an audience the art of jewellery. Since the start, many contemporary jewellery artists have been invited to exhibit and sell unique pieces in Stockholm, artists we think are working with contemporary issues and expressions.
Within the space we have a gallery, shop and studio and we cooperate with other institutions, galleries and museums with magic things as exhibitions, popup events, experimental projects, lectures, education, seminars and more. During the years we have been working internationally with amazing artists and clients from all over the world. At your visit you find unique pieces made by jewellery artist and pieces made in our studio. You are welcome to place an order. We make jewellery as wedding rings and unique pieces as gifts for all kind of special occasions.
PLATINA opened up for the public at Odengatan in Stockholm by Sofia Björkman, Åsa Skogberg and Marie-Helen Bornhall. Since 2009 Sofia Björkman is the owner. The interior was designed by the Swedish architect group OUR. Their assignment was awarded 2001with the prize for best interior design by Swedish design magazine Forum. 2013, 12 years later, Sofia Björkman was awarded by the organisation Svensk Form, for the work she has done with the gallery. In september 2021 PLATINA moved to Tegnérgatan 4 in Stockholm. The gallery is supported by The Swedish Arts Council.
PLATINA is located on the street level with one step at the entrance. Don´t hesitate to ask for more information regarding availability.
(Photo : Urban Jörén)
JULIA MARIA KÜNNAP
- The perfection of an idea is visualised in the faceting diagram, where a gem is described by a formula: a table of faceting angles, indexes and instructions…
Julia Maria Künnap is a jewellery artist from Estonia. She works with natural gemstones and has developed a technique to combine the facet cut and free form engraving.
Künnap graduated from Estonian Academy of Arts, Jewellery Art Department 2004. She has also studied at Alchimia School of Contemporary Jewellery, Florence and Konstfack University of Arts and Crafts in Stockholm.