Since 1973, Munich’s Inhorgenta fair has been showcasing novelties in the watches, jewelry, gemstones and related genres. Here some works of the designers in hall C2.
Burgbrohl / Germany / vera-rhodius-schmuck.de / Inhorgenta Munich Hall C2 Stand 120
Pforzheim / Deutschland / ol-schmidt.de / Inhorgenta München Hall C2 Stand 303
A founding member of the Juni Group, the designer and silversmith Oliver Schmidt has pursued his own path since the end of 2014. Schmidt attracted admiring attention with his diverse, wrought, knot rings. Now he debuts a new variant at Inhorgenta in Munich: his elegant Schlaufenring features pavé that runs outward from the ring’s middle in a wonderfully sculptural way. The form is based on a loop or lemniscate, i.e. the geometrical figure shaped like a horizontal figure of eight.
Idar-Oberstein / Deutschland / andrea-sohne.de / Inhorgenta München Hall C2 Stand 136
Pforzheim / Germany / stefaniepriessnitz.de / Inhorgenta Munich Hall C2 Stand 226
A person who is aflame with passion can easily be “wrapped around one’s little finger.” Stefanie Prießnitz has created a unique interpretation of this phrase, which means – in the best case – to lovingly persuade someone to do one’s bidding. The idea of a wound thread to wear on the finger is materialized in the diverse hues of 18 karat gold. Partner rings and wedding rings are the appealing results.
Pforzheim / Germany / dagmarluebke.de / Inhorgenta Munich Hall C2 Stand 125
Konstanz / Germany / kleinod-konstanz.de / Inhorgenta Munich Halle C2 Stand 325
Gilching / Germany / johannaotto.de / Inhorgenta Munich Hall C2 Stand 315
Hannover / Germany / artemis.zafrana.com / Inhorgenta Munich Hall C2 Stand 133
Vincent van Hees
Haelen / The Netherlands / vincentvanhees.com / Inhorgenta Munich Hall C2 Stand 202
Munich / Germany / jakubec.de / Inhorgenta Munich Hall C2 Stand 335
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