|1944||Born in Birnbaum/Warthe, Germany|
|1963–1969||Diploma, Art of gold- and silversmithing at Munich’s Akademie der Künste|
|1969–1995||Gold- and silversmith with studio in Munich|
|1996–2014||Owner of Gallery Stühler and goldsmith in Berlin|
|Since 2014||Gold- and silversmith in Munich|
When she designs her jewelry, Dagmar Stuehler focuses on formal simplicity and clarity. “Forms created for people,” she comments. Having a preference for working with the hammer, she forges hollow neck hoops, bracelets and rings from high-grade gold or brightly shining silver. Also, this goldsmith has always been fascinated by precious natural stones in uncommon colors and rare qualities, cut by masters of their trade. Set in her rings, the radiant stones contrast elegantly with the metals’ masterfully finished surfaces. What she particularly likes about her work is the aspect of “creating”, i.e. crafting something that may not have existed before, as well as the pleasure that she enjoys when she has completed a piece.