Gundersen’s jewellery is made in silver and bronze. The handmade rings that make up the pieces are thread together, one by one, until they form an even pattern. For the jewellery to be correlated, the relationship between the thread thickness, the ring size and the pattern must be perfectly correct. It takes time; everything is done by hand, and she finds great pleasure in the meditative craft. The jewellery maker works with six different link types and, using old techniques, she creates new types of earrings, bracelets and necklaces for both men and women. “The aim is to take the tradition into the future, to make new types of jewellery based on an old method,” she says.