Handmade Luxury Jewellery

Since 1994, Danish goldsmith Louise Grønlykke has created jewellery exclusively from precious materials of the highest quality. Louise Grønlykke has a signature style, which her handmade luxury collections are true examples of.

Exquisite design, combining the raw with the ultra feminine, makes her jewellery unique. The designs are inspired by Japan and the Middle East with their rich and delicate patterns and their refined craftsmanship. Favourite materials are 18k and 24k gold, combined with diamonds, sapphires, emeralds and pearls.


Louise Grønlykke was apprenticed as a goldsmith to Vagn Drachman from 1983-85. As part of her training, she worked for Georg Jensen. After a year of study at Sir John Cass Faculty of Arts in London, she graduated from the Goldsmiths College in 1989.

Louise Grønlykke was then part of Galleri Metal for 5 years, where groundbreaking Danish jewellery was exhibited. In 1994 she opened the Louise Grønlykke Shop. At this fine location, all jewellery is designed and crafted by hand.

Louise Grønlykke has received many scholarships and awards throughout her career, and she has participated in many group shows and exhibitions. Among other things, she has contributed to the autumn exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg.

Louise Grønlykke medlem af Kjøbenhavns guldsmede laug

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The Art Association of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Danish Arts Foundation
Njalsgård Art Association
Her Majesty the Queen
Philips Art Association
The Art Association of the Red Cross
The Art Association of 14 August
The Art Association of Royal Copenhagen
The Art Association of Carl Brogruppen
The Art Association of P&T
The Art Association of Denmark
Awarded bronze medal at the 1879 Craftsmen's Prize


Sedwich Centre, London
Kunstindustrimuseet, Copenhagen
Kunstnernes Påskeudstilling, Århus
Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris
Galerie Perspektiv, Oslo
Galerie Metal, Copenhagen
Balticas Kunstforening, Copenhagen
Kunstforening, Copenhagen
Edinburgh City Art Centre, Scotland
Carlisle Museum & Art Gallery, Scotland
Aberdeen Museum & Art Gallery, Scotland
Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition, Copenhagen
Nicolaj Kirkens Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen
Rundetårn, Copenhagen
Galerie für neuen Schmuck, Germany
Statens Kunstfonds 25th Anniversary Exhibition
Hjørrings Kunstmuseum, Hjørring
Electrum Gallery, London
Holbæks Kunstforening, Holbæk
Triennale Europeenne Du Bijou, Paris
Metals Kunstforening, Copenhagen
Gold in 90 Galerie Metal, Copenhagen
Charlottenborg Autumn Exhibition, Copenhagen
Røde Kors Kunstforening, Copenhagen
Koldinghus, Kolding
Weedexs Kunstforening, Værløse
Carl Brogruppens Kunstforening
Ring og Æske II, Galerie Metal København
Munksgaards Forlags Kunstforening, Copenhagen
Sofienholm Dansk Design Aktuelt
Nationalbankes Kunstforening, Copenhagen
Tactus Zoo, Borreby Gods
Bridal Pictures, Gallerie EX.
Gug Church in Aalborg
Journey to Egypt, Offecinet
Tryg-Baltica Art Association
Aurum, cultural night
25th anniversary exhibition at Galleri Metal