|1965||Born in Bergisch-Gladbach|
|1986–1989||Goldsmithing apprenticeship with T. and I. Dawo, Düsseldorf|
|1989–1997||Jewellery Design, Technical University Düsseldorf|
|Since 1999||Freelance designer|
|1997+2015||State Prize for Art and Crafts NRW|
|Since 2016||Member of the Bavarian Arts and Crafts Association|
Ursula Biskup loves goldsmithing and all kinds of crafts, which she uses to create something new, modern and innovative. In imaginative and aesthetically appealing ways, she combines geometric elements made of silver, gold, gemstones or pearls with textiles and techniques such as sewing, weaving and embroidery. The transparent silver mesh of her tutucollection likewise has a textile effect. Biskup’s minimalist necklaces and jewelry for the ears are light, mobile and comfortably wearable. Color is another characteristic: working in small series enables her to create countless variations in color, shape, material and size, or to satisfy customers’ requests. “My jewelry should convey positive feelings such as carefree liveliness, grace or simply joy in beauty,” says the designer.