In a few occasions, we create unique pieces, our Master Pieces, which we either develop together with a client or on our own. For that purpose, we often work with antique beads that have not found their way into museums, with rare stones or with an experimental design approach.
For inquiries on Master Pieces and custom designs, please contact us by email directly.
The "Infinity" wedding ring plays with the infinity sign, the lying eight, and symbolizes the relationship and love that last forever. The infinity sign has been folded in the middle to create the actual ring. While the man's ring is kept in its pure form, the woman's ring holds seven diamonds between the loops. (18k white gold in matt finish with diamonds)
Fire & Ice
These free-form objects of sculptural dimension explore the limits of materialization through the use of light. While the outside remains visually cool, the inside blazes in the sunlight like a beacon, flaring through the openings and dissolving the actual object. (18k white gold matt finish and 18k yellow gold polished finish) - Part of a private collection
The lock of this necklace has been staged to the sculptural extreme to form the eye-catching piece. The shape of the golden disks grow out of the coral beads only to develop their own language. The difference in surface structure has been enhanced to increase the contrasting effect. The lock can be closed in three different ways. (Red coral bead necklace from Sri Lanka, dating back to 20th century, and 18k yellow gold polished and matt finish) - Part of a private collection
Little Red Riding Bead
The red stone bead floats above a concave disc of almost 10cm diameter. The intense red harmonizes with the warmth of the gold. Depending on the perspective, the stone appears as a red dot in a golden ground or the entire disk inflames in red, mirroring the bead. (Red stone bead from the Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex, dating back to 2000 B.C., and 18k yellow gold matt and polished finish) - Part of a private collection
The multi-functional, minimal setting is formally independent yet subordinate to the African artifact. It allows to display the center pieces in various ways, which changes the characteristics of the whole composition. (Bronze disk bead from the Baule tribe in Ivory Coast, dating back to 19th century, and 18k white gold matt finish) - Part of a private collection
A group of protective eye beads is raised above the ring in a Bauhaus-like arrangement. This ring is part of a larger design investigation: by cutting and bending parts out of a plane, something new is created without any waste. As all elements are part of the same original sheet, the resulting objects are always harmonious in itself. (protective eye beads made of glass from the Mediterranean litoral (Syria), dating back to 4th-3rd century B.C., and 18k white gold matt and polished finish) - Part of a private collection
The acrylic glass setting follows and underlines the shapes of the cut and broken aquamarine stones. While the setting contrasts the gemstone with its industrial origin in regards of material, it enhances the icy-clear appearance of it. (aquamarine cut and broken, and acrylic glass brushed finish) - Part of a private collection