Pebbles are found on the beaches of various oceans and seas, and inland where ancient seas used to cover the land. When the seas retreated, the rocks became landlocked. Beach pebbles form gradually over time as the ocean water washes over loose rock particles. The result is a smooth, rounded appearance.
Anne and Gunnhild Hasla have figured out what makes a piece of jewelry more than something sparkling that hangs around your neck. By taking inspiration from the organic shapes of the Norwegian mountains and Pablo Picasso’s cubism, Hasla creates jewelry that makes you move closer and actually look.
The brand name stems from designer Anne Hasla and brand manager Gunnhild Hasla’s family name. As sisters, they work closely at the Hasla workshop in Valle. Valle is located in the south of Norway, where their family has lived for generations.
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