When everything is readily available and broken things are not repaired, but replaced, the old things acquire value, and blemishes and minor damages are turned into value. Every scratch or dent in an object has its source in history, it marks the moment in time when people created its story. These people are often already gone, but there are still objects that have taken over some of the energy of their former users. As they are passed through generations, they harden and gain character. They are unique, not possible to be repeated, just like their stories. Anna Orska, appreciating the beauty of seemingly unnecessary things, has made them a central part of the Vintage collection. The designer used pre-war clockwork mechanisms, fragments of furniture fittings and brass handicraft and outfitted them in contemporary, minimalist forms. In a world that is in a constant hurry and keeps looking ahead, jewellery from the Vintage collection is an artefact that brings you back down to earth and reminds us of what has been left behind.