About OstbyeWalter Ostbye and E. Gust Anderson founded Ostbye & Anderson in 1920, and for a century, the name Ostbye has been synonymous with unparalleled quality and elegance in bridal and fashion jewellery. What sets Ostbye apart from others in the industry is their commitment to colour. Rather than working primarily in one tone of gold or with solely diamonds, the designer utilizes wild interplays of hues and a rainbow of gemstones in their pieces. It’s an unexpected thing to find coloured gemstones in bridal jewellery, and an even more unexpected thing for it to be done so masterfully. Here at GMG Jewellers, we consider Ostbye a fundamental cornerstone of our jewellery collections, and we love to show their work off.
Popular Ostbye Collections at GMG JewellersWe mentioned Ostbye bridal jewellery, and it’s impossible to discuss this atelier studio without beginning with their engagement rings: The rings from Ostbye tend toward pairing multiple tones of gold. For example, the floral halo engagement ring has a halo shaped like the petals of a flower, crafted from the pink tints of 14k rose gold. The contrast comes from the diamond-studded “flower” sitting atop a band made of smooth, icy 14k white gold. The wedding bands from Ostbye are no less elegant, and several of the pieces from the designer come with the surprising touch of added sapphires, rubies, and blue diamonds, which is ideal for the kind of woman who isn’t satisfied with traditional looks and wants to forge her own aesthetic path in life.
But even if you’re not shopping for bridal jewellery, Ostbye has full collections of fashion jewellery to liven up your daily look. Whether you’re looking for a pair of earrings to add some light to your face, or a new bracelet to move with you, the geometric grace of Ostbye is right for you. When bold rectangles and triangles are paired with the colour of morganite, tourmaline, alexandrite, emeralds, and cognac diamonds, you know you have something that’s truly out of the ordinary.