|1979–82||Apprenticeship as goldsmith|
|1984–90||Studies Jewelry, HS für Kunst und Design Burg Giebichenstein Halle with Prof. Heintze and Prof. Prühl, diploma|
|1990||Atelier in Harzgerode|
|2010–2013||BKV prize for excellent products|
So far, two themes have taken tangible form in the jewelry created by Sabine Müller: on the one hand the Cup-lings, which look as if they had evolved from natural bodies and been rendered corporeal in gold, silver, gemstones and pearls, and on the other hand the boxes: architectural objects, reified cubism – sometimes enhanced with gemstones – for the wearer’s hands, ears and décolleté. All the pieces in these two series are one-of-a-kind creations, crafted using the lost-wax casting technique. The models for the boxes series are cast from molds composed of assembled wax sheets. The fingerprints resulting from the modeling work on the Cup-lings, whose interiors gleam in intense, luminous colors, lend each of these pieces an extra dash of individuality.
- Great Britain