Frequently Asked Questions

A buddha bead from CPH'ATTITUDE

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WHY THE NAME CPH’ATTITUDE?

CPH is the abbreviation for Copenhagen, capitol of Denmark. Attitude is a way of expressing feelings thru our actions, our body language and the cloth and jewelry that we wear. This explains the tagline ´Jewelry Expressing You´ 

WHAT KIND OF GEMSTONES ARE CPH'ATTITUDE USING?

I use gemstones such as Hematite, Agate, Amethyst, Rose Quartz, Lapis Lazuli, Jade, Tiger Eye etc.
I also use glass and metal beads in good quality.

WHY ARE YOU USING VINTAGE BEADS AND STONES?

In the custom-designs I use vintage beads whenever it is possible. It is a choice for sustainability, and it is fascinating that the vintage stones have a unique story, which will be build upon by the new owner of the jewelry.

I carefully select and handpick the gemstones myself.

CAN I HAVE MY OWN UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNED BY CPH’ATTITUDE?

Yes, that is a part of the concept. I tell your story with a unique design and you can see some examples in GALLERY 

WHERE DO I BUY THE JEWELRY FROM CPH'ATTTITUDE?

You buy them on this website, CONTACT ME - non-binding for a talk about your wishes

HOW DO CPH’ATTITUDE SUPPORT SUSTAINABILITY?

CPH’ATTITUDE is an ethical jewelry brand. I have a no waste policy, I make use of no child labour in the production, and I repurpose vintage gemstones whenever it is possible. I support the intention of The Sustainable Development Goals, with special focus on SDG 12 Responsible Consumption and Production. 

WHAT DO YOU MEAN WITH ´YOU ARE UNIQUE´?

The purpose statement YOU ARE UNIQUE is to encourage all people to embrace their talents, and be the best version of themselves. Read the PURPOSE 

IS ALL JEWELRY FROM CPH’ATTITUDE HANDMADE?

Yes, all the jewelry is handmade in the studio in Denmark 

HOW TO PRONOUNCE CPH'ATTITUDE?

CPH'ATTITUDE is pronounced CeepeeaichAttitude

WHY THE DIFFERENCE IN SPELLING; JEWELRY AND JEWELLERY?

Jewelry is the US spelling and Jewellery is the UK spelling, there is no other difference