Jewelry, bags and costumes from Finnish materials

Grown in Finland


Wool, leather and wood

There are also materials that originate in Finland and remain here through all stages of production. So there are products that are locally produced right down to the material level.

The Finnish sheep is a farm breed that has not been bred for intensive wool production. At the same time, power generation problems are saved. However, the villa resembles merino wool, which is valued for its structure.

Cattle and reindeer leather are produced in Finland as by-products of food and reindeer husbandry. The restaurants, on the other hand, are left over with fish skin. Leather is also tanned in Finland.

The exception among recycled materials in Upcycler's selection is Finnish puu. That's what we here in the north grow well on our own!