Nobel jewelry at the Medical History Museum, December 10th 2023

On Nobel Day, December 10th, the exhibition ‘Nobel jewelry’ opens at the Medical History Museum in Uppsala. Silver jewelry designed and formed by me. From the insulin molecule to silver jewelry inspired by this year’s Nobel Prize in medicine, physics and chemistry.




The exhibition is open until Thursday, December 21.

The museum is open Tuesday and Thursday 1-5 p.m.

Christmas market at the cultural quarter Walmstedtska, December 9th 2023

One of my Christmas markets will be on Saturday 9 December at the Walmstedtska cultural quarter. It will be silver jewelry inspired by science. From the dopamine molecule to this year’s Nobel Prizes in medicine, physics and chemistry.

A Christmas market filled with art, culture, anticipation, Christmas spirit, joy, crafts and the little extra. 🎄

Warm welcome!



Christmas market at Herresta Lada 2023

It’s getting closer to Christmas. Christmas is slowly approaching with it a lot of Christmas markets. My first Christmas market will be the 1st Advent, December the 3rd. I will, together with other exhibitors, be at Herresta Lada. Take the opportunity to take a ‘go’fika’ at the cozy café and visit us exhibitors. Why not buy a nice Christmas present?



I will also be at Herresta Lada on the 3rd Advent, December the 17th.

Nobel jewelry 2023

New delivery to the Nobel Museum with this year’s Nobel jewelry.

Science jewelry at Cytiva, November 13th 2023

A warm thank you to those who came to my exhibition at Cytiva yesterday.



It was a ‘Nobel corner’ with Nobel jewelry in Chemistry, Physics and Medicine from the last three years. There was also a ‘Cytiva corner’ with silver jewelry of Protein A, Protein G and Protein L, and the silver drop, Cytiva’s logo.






Nobel Prize jewelry 2023

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2023 was awarded to Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman “for their discoveries concerning nucleoside base modifications that enabled the development of effective mRNA vaccines against COVID-19”.

The Nobel Laureates discovered that base-modified mRNA can be used to block activation of inflammatory reactions and increase protein production when mRNA is delivered to cells. They modified the nucleoside base uridine into pseudouridine.

Nobel prize jewelry in physiology/medicine is the pseudouridine molecule in silver 925 with the oxygen atoms as silver balls and the two nitrogen atoms as 18K gold balls.




The Nobel Prize in Physics in 2023 was awarded to Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Krausz and Anne L’Huillier “for experimental methods that generate attosecond pulses of light for the study of electron dynamics in matter”.

The Nobel Laureates are rewarded for their experiments where they demonstrated a way to create extremely short pulses of light that last so short that they are measured in attoseconds. They have given us new methods to study what happens inside atoms and molecules.

Nobel prize jewelry in physics is the symbol of attosecond in silver 925. Electrons orbiting the atomic nucleus, here an oxidized silver ball.



The Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2023 was awarded to Moungi G. Bawendi, Louis E. Brus and Aleksey Yekimov “for the discovery and synthesis of quantum dots”.

The Nobel Laureates discovered and developed the size-dependent quantum effects. Quantum dots have many exciting and special properties, above all they can take on completely different colors depending solely on their size. The smaller the particles, the bluer the light they absorb.

Nobel jewelry in chemistry are enameled silver balls in various sizes, from blue to red.


Science jewelry at Cytiva, November 13th 2023

On Monday, November 13th, I will show my science jewelry to the employees at Cytiva here in Uppsala.



As well as a selection of my science inspired jewellery, there will be the company logo, the ‘old’ Pharmacia drop, in silver 925.

Nobel Prize jewelry 2023

Pseudouridine, attosecond and quantum dots. 🤓

This year’s silver jewelry inspired by the Nobel Prize in Medicine/Physiology, Physics and Chemistry have been delivered to the Nobel Museum at Stortorget in Stockholm.


Coffee Day on September 29

In Sweden, we celebrate coffee day on September 29, while the official date for International Coffee Day is October 1. If you love coffee, why not celebrate both days. 🙂











Caffeine is a stimulant and is naturally found in coffee. The caffeine molecule is a very popular piece of jewelry. I have fashioned it in silver 925 as a necklace, earrings and rings.