Stenzhorn

Stenzhorn high jewelry with La Moselle

The Moselle is the name of the Stenzhorn family’s home in southwestern Germany and the river that runs through three states: France, Luxembourg and Germany, through a picturesque landscape known for its steep banks. The Moselle is also famous for its vine crops and roses that bloom lushly. A spring spectacle that the master jewelers of Stenzhorn have expertly interpreted using diamonds and rubies, to evoke the enchanting sight of red roses blooming among the grapes in the vineyards.

La collana e due quadri che ritraggono i panorami della valle della Mosella
The necklace and two paintings depicting the views of the Moselle valley

The inspiration for the necklace comes directly from the Moselle Valley, where it is tradition to plant roses among the vineyards: a flower that, in addition to being beautiful, is also precious because it immediately signals climate changes and possible plant diseases. La Moselle Jewel follows Stenzhorn’s long tradition of creating one-of-a-kind high jewelry floral necklaces, a challenge inextricably intertwined with the jeweler’s art. A white gold tendril studded with sparkling white diamonds wraps around the neck and echoes the sinuous shape of the young vines. Two tender new leaves open from the tips of the vine, whose delicate grace is highlighted by a seamless pavé of diamonds. Draped along the vine, clusters of shiny rubies represent the grapes.
Dettaglio della collana La Moselle
Detail of the La Moselle necklace

At the center of the necklace are two spectacular roses in full bloom crafted with dozens of deep red rubies. Each ruby is cut and grooved to fit the rails that hold the bottom half of each stone in place, creating a smooth finish. The grooves are carved into the culet at a precise angle, to ensure they are perfectly flush with each other, reflecting the team’s attention to detail. Each of these individual units is then joined together using flexible links, creating a smooth stone surface. With no visible metal among the rubies, the jewel captures the lightness of a petal swaying in the summer breeze. The stamen and pistils are expertly represented with brilliant and marquise-cut diamonds, which add a touch of brilliance to the piece.

Stenzhorn relies on its team of designers, gemologists, stone cutters, casters, polishers and gem setters to achieve such fluid movement and graceful ease. Like previous high jewelry flower necklaces, the piece uses only two colors of gemstones, a signature of the house’s style. Specialized stone selectors grade and select gems to ensure a perfect match for each rose petal. The stone cutting is done in-house, so small changes can be made on site.

The Stenzhorn jewelry house is renowned for its cutting-edge approach to craftsmanship, commitment to excellence and bold designs.
Klaus Stenzhorn, founder of the Maison

La Moselle by Stenzhorn
La Moselle by Stenzhorn

Time is a jewel for Stenzhorn

The passage of time is a mystery described by physics, but still obscure for the life of human beings. No less elusive, except to watchmaking engineers, are the mechanisms of machines that measure hours, minutes and seconds. The result, sometimes, remains indecipherable even to the human eye. As with the Mystery Clock by Stenzhorn, a German high jewelery house, with forays into high watchmaking too. The peculiarity of this watch lies in its transparent dial without a central hand. The indication of the hours and minutes are mysterious. It is not, obviously, to be used to measure performance in a sporting competition: the watch is above all an exercise in sophisticated goldsmith engineering.

Mystery Clock by Stenzhorn
Mystery Clock by Stenzhorn

Marking the passage of time is a floating 1.5-carat pear-shaped diamond, which takes the place of the traditional hand. The diamond rotates to indicate the hours, while exquisite amethysts mark the 12-hour positions on the bezel. The minute display ensures precise measurement of time, with the hand returning to zero after 60 minutes have passed. Above the bezel, the day and night indication alternately shows the rising and setting of the sun and moon, perfectly synchronized with the hour indication.
La lancetta che segna i minuti
The hand that marks the minutes

This extraordinary table clock is testimony to an unprecedented watchmaking art that pushes the boundaries of watchmaking physics. Crafted from exceptionally rare pillars of rock crystal and set on a rock crystal base, this exquisite piece is meticulously adorned with 23.78 carats of diamonds, lapis lazuli, moonstone and 18k gold elements, all elegantly encased in titanium . Weighing approximately 5 kilograms, the masterpiece is operated via a single button discreetly positioned on the back, ensuring simple operation without compromising aesthetics.
Il Mystery Clock è realizzato con colonne di cristallo di rocca, su una base di cristallo di rocca, e ornato con 23,78 carati di diamanti, lapislazzuli, pietra di luna ed elementi in oro 18 carati
The Mystery Clock is made with rock crystal pillars, on a rock crystal base, and adorned with 23.78 carats of diamonds, lapis lazuli, moonstone and 18k gold elements

A similar exercise in style and technique is the pendant which follows the same technique, but can be worn like a jewel. In this case the diamond that moves like the hands of the watch has a round shape, while the hours are indicated with small emeralds inside a pavé of diamonds that delimits the dial. The pendant also uses semi-precious stones such as amethyst, chiroprase, onyx and small pearls to form a tassel which gives the jewel-watch a slimmer appearance.
Mystery Watch Pendant
Mystery Watch Pendant

A Wrist Bouquet from Stenzhorn

Jewels from the Bouquet collection by Stenzhorn are a little different than usual. These are jewels to add to the watch strap to embellish it. The jewels have different shapes and can be combined with each other: in a few seconds they allow you to transform a casual day watch into an elegant timepiece. And a series of colorful straps transforms into a glamorous evening bracelet sparkling with diamonds. Completely transformable and ideal for collecting, Bouquet is a fun option for having fun combining different looks. Bouquet begins with a rainbow selection of leather straps on which to attach the gold ornaments. But it also offers watch cases. The straps are available in dozens of different shades in alligator, lizard, calf or silk leather.

Cinturini con gioiello
eweled straps

The accessories are in the shape of bows, symbols of kisses, crosses or floral pendants. They are available in white or yellow gold and with optional diamond pavé. They can be easily replaced and are easy to use. The different watch cases in yellow or white gold are available with white or black mother-of-pearl dials. There are also setting options: with a single diamond at 12 o’clock, or a row of diamonds around the dial, or diamonds entirely covering the case and dial.

Cinturini della collezione Bouquet
Straps from the Bouquet collection

Orologio con quadrante in madreperla e diamanti
Watch with mother-of-pearl dial and diamonds

Stenzhorn High Jewelery with Twilight

That moment when the sun is about to set. But there is still light. Painters, photographers and poets were inspired, like Stenzhorn now, by that romantic evolution of the sky. The German Maison uses those sensations for the new Twilight collection. But without forgetting the dawn, the beginning of the day, but also of a story. The atmospheric glows, the rays filtered through the air are as suggestive as the jewels of the collection, which is divided into four stories: Sunset, Starlight, Nightfall and Dawn. Each has a common thread of design elements and is divided into two chapters: the first is a series of jewels with diamonds, the second with rubies and diamonds set with the invisible setting, one of the specialties of the house.

Linea Sunset
Jewels from the Sunset line

The combination of the techniques used enhances the appearance and quality of the jewels. The rubies set with an invisible setting, i.e. without visible metal prongs, follow curved lines, one of Stenzhorn’s virtuous skills. The technique requires meticulous craftsmanship and expertly matched gemstones. Each stone is cut to size to fit the miniature mosaic: grooves are carved into the lower part that allow the rubies to slide on gold guides that hold the gems in the right position, creating a continuous band of pure color.
Orecchino componibile in oro bianco e diamanti
Modular earring in white gold and diamonds

Sunset
Complete and semicircular shapes of the jewels recall the sun sliding towards the night. The diamonds are set in delicate white gold structures and radiate outwards like the last rays of the sun. The earrings can be worn as studs, or with chandelier-style extensions for a more glamorous style. The line also includes three single, double, or triple band open rings, a matching pendant on a diamond chain, and a bracelet on a flexible gold band. in the same chapter there are jewels with rubies in a play of semicircular and equal motifs and set diamonds. The earrings can be worn in two ways: diamond stud earrings are recommended for daytime. The semicircles of rubies edged with diamonds that slide onto the back of the post add brilliant color to the composition. The pendant suspended from a white gold chain adorned with rubies and round-cut diamonds, with a central diamond. The mini chaton chain construction keeps the stones facing forward and the pendant in the center. An entire disk of rubies and diamonds enrich the bracelet and ring.
Collana Sunset con diamanti e rubini
Sunset necklace with diamonds and rubies

Starlight
The charm of shooting stars, with the effect of their light that creates a trail in the sky, inspires the diamond and ruby pavé of the Stalight line. The design is modern, with diamond earrings that can fasten through the lobe to make both the front and back of the ear sparkle. A lace necklace with a delicate diamond-encrusted chain resembles a constellation. The ring and bracelet imitate the movement of meteorites shining in the atmosphere. The diamond and ruby versions add color and vibrancy. A bracelet surrounds the wrist with a continuous band of rubies and a rivière of round brilliant-cut diamonds. Two large marquise diamonds complete the jewel.
Orecchini Starlight
Earrings from the Starlight line

Nightfall
Waxing and waning moon are symbols and references of the passing of time. Moon phases which are represented in two pairs of hoop earrings. Different in design, it shows bold design and clever use of gem setting techniques. The diamond-only version shows half of the circle surrounded by a micro pavé, which transforms into a luminous constellation of marquise gems. The ruby jewelery displays two tapered crescent shapes, evoking the enigmatic splendor of the full moon. Each facet of the two crescents is wrapped in rubies, while a marquise-cut diamond floats between the two halves of the crescent, evoking the Earth’s satellite.
Orecchini della linea Nightfall
Earrings from the Nightfall line

Dawn
The rays of dawn are interpreted with lines of diamonds, or with semicircles of rubies. The effect of the clouds is recreated in the delicate pavé and marquise diamonds floating in the earrings. The same motif is repeated in a pendant and an asymmetric ring. The pendant is set on a chain embellished with diamonds. Like a raindrop, a marquise diamond emerges from the double band of a cloud-shaped ring. Similar in construction to diamond jewels are those with rubies. A bracelet surrounds the wrist with a continuous band of rubies and a rivière of round brilliant-cut diamonds. Two superb marquise diamonds complete the jewel.

Anello della linea Dawn con diamanti e rubini
Ring from the Dawn line with diamonds and rubies

Spring in flight with Stenzhorn

A necklace dedicated to Fortuna and composed of sapphires and diamonds. It is high jewelry by Stenzhorn, a Maison founded in 1979 by the Stenzhorn brothers in Boppard, an ancient German town on the banks of the Rhine river. The Fortuna necklace has the shape of a swallow in flight, with diamonds and intense blue sapphires that recall the iridescent beauty of the plumage of the bird. The Fortuna necklace joins the series of necklaces with animal motifs, for which Stenzhorn is famous.

La collana Fortuna, con diamanti e zaffiri blu
The Fortuna necklace, with diamonds and blue sapphires

The name of the jewel, Fortuna, has a history. The ancient Romans believed that the gods could transform into swallows, which is why they considered this species of bird sacred, one of the first messengers of spring. Each year the swallow returns to its birthplace and becomes a symbol of renewal and good luck in many cultures. To evoke the swallow, Stenzhorn chose custom-cut buff sapphires to create a smooth, organic silhouette. Attention to detail is paramount and the sapphires are set in blackened gold to enhance the deep blue of the stones and create a continuous flow of rich color running along the wings. The pear-shaped diamonds, set in white gold, imitate the bird’s fluttering feathers. Hidden joints along the wings and tail give the bird lifelike movement.
La collana Fortuna con il disegno preparatorio
The Fortuna necklace with the preparatory drawing

Suspended from the creature’s small beak is a pear-shaped blue sapphire, symbolizing freedom and new beginnings. A vivid emerald green eye completes the delightful composition. The swallow is perfectly integrated into a flexible diamond necklace that falls softly around the neck. The series required 700 hours of highly skilled work over four months.

Honey luxury with Stenzhorn

Gold has the color of honey and is just as sweet to the recipient, albeit in a different way. The new version of Stenzhorn’s Honey Honey collection also confirms this similarity in jewelery design. The German Maison from Boppard takes the hexagonal motif found in bee hives and elaborates it in the collection in elegant white and warm pink gold with baguette-cut diamonds. Bees are associated with loving care of one’s hive and, in Stenzhorn’s intention, jewelery is associated with a concept of connective love. Furthermore, the hexagonal geometry is associated with the number six, for some a symbol of love and union as well as having been a sacred number for the Roman goddess of love, Venus. The jewels are made of 18-karat yellow gold and hand-painted enamel, enriched with lines of brilliant-cut diamonds.

Anello in oro rosa, smalto bianco, diamanti
Ring in pink gold, white enamel, diamonds

This modern look in vibrant yellow gold gives your everyday wear a fresh new image and a sweet touch of minimalism.
Chris Stenzhorn, Director of Sales

Orecchino e earcuff in oro, diamanti, smalto
Earring and earcuff in gold, diamonds, enamel

The previous Honey Honey collection has already met with good success. The new version adds other elements, such as ear cuffs and the possibility of combining different colors. The new version of the suite also features precise angles and sharper lines.

Anello in oro, diamanti, smalto rosa
Ring in gold, diamonds, pink enamel
Bracciale in oro, diamanti, smalto verde
Gold bracelet, diamonds, green enamel
Collana in oro, diamanti, smalto bianco
Necklace in gold, diamonds, white enamel
Collana della collezione Honey Honey
Necklace from the Honey Honey collection
Earcuff in oro rosa e diamanti
Earcuff in rose gold and diamonds
Orecchini in oro rosa con smalto bianco e diamanti
Rose gold earrings with white enamel and diamonds

Mediterranean feel with Stenzhorn’s Amalfi collection




Amalfi, a small Italian city overlooking the sea of the Gulf of Salerno, surrounded by spectacular cliffs. In the 1920s and 1930s, Amalfi was a popular tourist destination for the British upper class and aristocracy. But it has retained its charm, in Italy and abroad, as suggested by the Amalfi collection signed by the German high-end jewelery house Stenzhorn. Landscapes, flavours, suggestions of the ancient maritime republic (between about 839 and 1200) were the source of inspiration for the collection.

Orecchini pendenti in oro bianco e diamanti della collezione Amalfi
Orecchini pendenti in oro bianco e diamanti della collezione Amalfi

The collection consists of necklaces, rings and earrings. All Stenzhorn jewels are made from precious rubies, sapphires and emeralds to sparkling diamonds. The shapes are sinuous and elongated, with a geometry that recalls marquise-cut diamonds, as if they were eyes. But also like the leaves of the lemon trees, which are found in Amalfi. The diamonds set, however, are brilliant cut.
Anello in oro bianco e diamanti della collezione Amalfi
Anello in oro bianco e diamanti della collezione Amalfi

We invite you to take a journey with us along the winding coastal roads of the Amalfi Coast and discover the hidden azure bays and colorful villages. With Amalfi, clients can feel the beauty of nature, the harmony, lightness and inner peace that this region reflects.
Chris Stenzhorn, Sales Director of Stenzhorn

Orecchini pendenti in oro bianco e diamanti
Orecchini pendenti in oro bianco e diamanti
Orecchini a lobo in oro bianco e diamanti
Orecchini a lobo in oro bianco e diamanti

Pendente in oro bianco e diamanti by Stenzhorn
Pendente in oro bianco e diamanti by Stenzhorn







Stenzhorn shines with Viva




One of the most prestigious German jewelery houses, Stenzhorn, is launching a new collection dedicated to luxury and design. The refined shapes and the search for ever new volumes are, in fact, a characteristic of the jewelery brand, a German creator of luxury jewelery and watches founded in 1979 by the Stenzhorn brothers in Boppard. The collection has an Italian and Latin name at the same time: Viva, a word that means something or someone who is alive, but also active and with a brilliant character.

Ring White Gold 18k, Red Enamel
Ring White Gold 18k, Red Enamel, diamond

This collection aims to express the versatility of a woman. Women have an elegant, graceful and soft side. But they’re also witty and confident and have this fire and power to their looks. It is not for nothing that we have chosen the combination of rose gold-white enamel and white gold-red enamel to express this complexity. Today women are no longer supposed to fit in, but live life to the fullest.
Chris Stenzhorn, Director of Sales

Ring Red Gold 18k, White Enamel
Ring Red Gold 18k, White Enamel, diamond

The jewels are presented in two versions, in gold and diamonds with a touch of red or white enamel. The design is characterized by sharp angles, but also by sinuous curves. Each of the two lines includes earrings, ring, bracelet and necklace with choker chain or pendant.
White Gold 18k, Red Enamel, 1.89ct Diamond
White Gold 18k, Red Enamel, 1.89ct, Diamond

Pendant, White Gold 18k, Red Enamel, 0.55ct Diamond
Pendant, White Gold 18k, Red Enamel, 0.55ct Diamond
Necklace, Red Gold 18k, White Enamel, 1.25 ct Diamond
Necklace, Red Gold 18k, White Enamel, 1.25 ct Diamond
Earring, Red Gold 18k, White Enamel, 0.76 ct Diamond
Earring, Red Gold 18k, White Enamel, 0.76 ct Diamond
Earring, White Gold 18k, Red Enamel, 1.04 ct Diamond
Earring, White Gold 18k, Red Enamel, 1.04 ct Diamond

Bangle, Red Gold 18k, White Enamel, 0.57 Diamond
Bangle, Red Gold 18k, White Enamel, 0.57 Diamond







Four more brands for Haute Jewels Geneva




Haute Jewels Geneva attracts new jewelery Maisons. Started quietly in 2019 with the presence of four brands, the event founded and organized by the CEO of Yoko London, Michael Hakimian, has expanded. For the 2023 edition at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva from Sunday 26 March to Sunday 2 April, four other jewelery brands are expected: Pasquale Bruni, Karen Suen, Busatti 1947 and Casato. The new arrivals will join the 18 brands already present in 2022 and which have confirmed their presence for the new edition: Yoko Londra, Roberto Coin, Sutra, Crivelli, Bayco, Eto Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione , Hans D.Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi, Annamaria Cammilli, Sicis, Baraka.

Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com

We are delighted to welcome four unique brands to the Haute Jewels Geneva family. After a very successful event in 2022, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to grow the Haute Jewels Geneva concept with the addition of these brands.
Michael Hakimian

Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com

Haute Jewels Geneva was born on the ashes of the dissolution of Baselworld and in conjunction with the other major event in the Swiss city, Watches and Wonders, dedicated to the world of haute horlogerie, which this year is held from 27 March to 2 April. Haute Jewels Geneva, organized inside the hotel overlooking the lake, is an appointment dedicated to discretion in a soft environment. Although Haute Jewels Geneva has grown since its inception, the organizers note, «one of its main objectives remains to remove the formality from the traditional trade fair experience, offering a relaxed atmosphere for both customers and exhibitors to discover exclusive jewelery designs».
Anello in titanio con smeraldo colombiano incastonato un cristallo di rocca
Busatti Milano, anello in titanio con smeraldo colombiano incastonato un cristallo di rocca

Georgina Rodriguez con girocollo di Pasquale Bruni
Georgina Rodriguez con girocollo di Pasquale Bruni

Casato, anello della collezione Daphne
Casato, anello della collezione Daphne

Gioielli di Karen Suen
Gioielli di Karen Suen







Haute Jewels Geneva returns on March 26th




Haute Jewels Geneva, come back. There are 18 jewelry brands that will participate in the event to be held at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva from March 26 to April 2, 2023. Haute Jewels Geneva is an idea of Michael Hakimian, CEO of Yoko London, who wanted to react in this way to his death of Baselworld. For this reason, the appointment in Geneva takes place in parallel with Watches and Wonders, dedicated to high jewelery, which in 2023 will take place from March 27 to April 2. Also in the hotels of the city, there are also other jewelry brands.

Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Haute Jewels Geneva, however, is organized as an event in itself. Also in 2023 is confirmed the participation of Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Crivelli, Sutra, Bayco, Eto Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione, Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi, Annamaria Cammilli, Barakà and Sicis.

Ingresso a Haute Jewels Geneva 2022
Ingresso a Haute Jewels Geneva 2022
Il taglio inaugurale del nastro a Haute Jewels Geneva 2022
Il taglio inaugurale del nastro a Haute Jewels Geneva 2022
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com






Haute Jewels Geneva, positive balance




The idea worked. The report of Haute Jewels Geneva, which was held at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva in conjunction with Watch & Wonders in the Swiss city on Lake Geneva, had a positive response. The event was attended by 18 big names in jewelry: Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Crivelli, Sutra, Bayco, Eto Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione, Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi, Annamaria Cammilli , Barakà and Sicis.

Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com

The 2022 edition of Haute Jewels Geneva was an unequivocal success. We believe the triumph of this show marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for the jewelry industry. Smaller commercial events composed of like-minded brands can offer a more focused, more enjoyable and beneficial luxury experience for both brands and visitors. We look forward to the 2023 edition of Haute Jewels Geneva.
Michael Hakimian, CEO of Yoko London and Event Founder

Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com

The success of the “mini Baselword” is also due to the selection of brands and the atmosphere offered by the location. In the same hotel, although outside the Haute Jewels Geneva, there were also two other brands: Piero Milano and Dolce & Gabbana, an aspect that has probably contributed to attracting visitors.

Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com







In 18 for Haute Jewels Geneva




The time has come for the small Baselworld of jewelry, as some have dubbed it. From March 30 to April 5, at the Fairmont Grand Hotel in Geneva, 18 great names in jewelry give life to Haute Jewels Geneva. This is an event born after the evaporation of Baselworld and in conjunction with Watches and Wonders, a fair centered on fine watchmaking that takes place on the same days in the Swiss city. A first experiment had already been organized in 2019, but with only four exhibitors and with the subsequent suspension due to the covid. Now, however, the organizers led by Michael Hakimian, CEO of Yoko London, are back and with greater participation.

Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com

In all, therefore, the brands present at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva are 18, with a majority of Italian Maison: Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Sutra, Crivelli, Bayco, Etho Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione , Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi Gioielli, Annamaria Cammilli, Barakà, Sicis.

Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Gioielli Sutra a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Gioielli Sutra a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Collier di Yoko London a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Collier di Yoko London a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com







Haute Jewels expands with Barakà and Sicis




The group of brands that will participate in Haute Jewels Geneva, an event designed for an international audience, at the same time as Watches and Wonders, focused on fine watchmaking, is expanding. The two events will take place, in fact, on the same dates, from March 30 to April 5. Two Italian companies are now added to the patrol of brands announced in the autumn: Baraka and Sicis. The first specializes in jewelry for the male world. The second, on the other hand, is famous for the use of the micromosaic technique. In all, therefore, the brands exhibiting at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva will be 18: Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Sutra, Crivelli, Bayco, Etho Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione, Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi Gioielli, Annamaria Cammilli, Barakà, Sicis.

Collana e orecchini indossati by Sicis
Collana e orecchini indossati by Sicis

We are delighted to have had the opportunity to add two more prestigious global brands to the line-up at Haute Jewels Geneva. Sicis and Baraka will bring added allure and excitement to the group and it promises to be a magnificent event
Michael Hakimian, CEO of Yoko London and founder of Haute Jewels Geneva

Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London

What promises to be a small exclusive fair was born from the need of jewelry companies to present themselves to an audience that no longer has the stage of Baselworld, which ended two years ago, at its disposal. A first taste of Haute Jewels Geneva took place already in 2019, with the first four jewelry brands (they were Yoko London, Crivelli, Sutra and Roberto Coin), while in the two previous years the idea was frozen by the epidemic. Visitors, in the organizers’ program, “will experience an intimate and luxurious environment for jewelry buyers and suppliers to conduct business, a concept that seems even more relevant after the restrictions imposed by the pandemic. With the opportunity to see each other face to face again, it promises to be a dynamic event, which combines the strength, creativity and experience of the participating brands “. Visitor registration is done on the site dedicated to the event.

Gioielli by Barakà
Gioielli by Barakà
collana yoko
Collana di Yoko London esposta nella prima edizione di Haute Jewels. Copyright: gioiellis.com






The flowers of Stenzhorn

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High jewelery flowers with Stenzhorn. The Noble Ones collection by the German Maison uses flowers to show off its goldsmith virtuosity. For example, with a large chrysanthemum made from red rubies, paired with a diamond necklace. Originally the word chrysanthemum, not surprisingly, means flower of gold and has different symbolic meanings in the world. In Korea and China, for example, it is the flower of festivities, in Japan it is the national flower. And even in the UK, a chrysanthemum is given to celebrate a birth, while in Australia it is the flower given for Mother’s Day, and in the United States it symbolizes joy and positivity.

Collana in oro bianco, diamanti, crisantemo composto da rubini
Collana in oro bianco, diamanti, crisantemo composto da rubini

However, the collection also includes other flowers, such as the wild orchid, or the more humble and pure plum blossom, made with diamond dewdrops formed on the surface of the petals. The jewels are available, for those who can afford them, with ruby ​​pavé and in a couple of models also with blue sapphires pave, always accompanied by diamonds.
Orecchini in diamanti e zaffiri ispirati all'orchidea
Orecchini in diamanti e zaffiri ispirati all’orchidea

Collana in oro bianco, diamanti e rubini ispirata ai fiori di pruno
Collana in oro bianco, diamanti e rubini ispirata ai fiori di pruno

Lavorazione della collana con crisantemo composto da rubini a pavé
Lavorazione della collana con crisantemo composto da rubini a pavé
Collana in oro bianco, diamanti e rubini ispirata all'orchidea selvaggia
Collana in oro bianco, diamanti e rubini ispirata all’orchidea selvaggia

Orecchini con rubini e diamanti ispirati ai fiori di pruno
Orecchini con rubini e diamanti ispirati ai fiori di pruno







Haute Jewels Geneva with 16 major brands




Farewell Baselworld. The Maisons of jewelry organize their fair, in combination with Watches and Wonders, the event dedicated to the top timepiece brands. The novelty, on the other hand, is called Haute Jewels Geneva, the international fair of high jewelery, which will be held at the Fairmont Grand Hotel from 30 March to 5 April 2022, simultaneously with the event dedicated to watches. In short, no return to Basel. The first taste of Haute Jewels Geneva was in 2019, in January, with the participation of four brands (Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Crivelli and Sutra). The idea was liked and in 2020 the event was to be repeated with eight brands. But the pandemic forced the appointment to be canceled both in 2020 and in 2021.

Bracciale di perle di Yoko London alla edizione 2019 di Haute Jewels Geneve
Bracciale di perle di Yoko London alla edizione 2019 di Haute Jewels Geneve

In 2022, however, Haute Jewels Geneva will return with 16 major jewelry brands: Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Sutra, Crivelli, Bayco, Eto Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione, Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi, Annamaria Cammilli. The decision of the brands marks, perhaps, the tombstone on the former great Baselworld watch and jewelry fair. On the other hand, the world changes quickly.

Gioielli by Sutra alla edizione 2019 di Haute Jewels Geneve. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Gioielli by Sutra alla edizione 2019 di Haute Jewels Geneve. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Fairmont Grand Hotel di Ginevra
Fairmont Grand Hotel di Ginevra







Hydrangeas and poppies with Stenzhorn

Hydrangeas and poppies: it is difficult for these two different flowers to be united in the same bouquet, together with the daisies. The German Maison Stenzhorn, however, unites them in two different lines that are made with the same elements: white gold, diamonds and rubies or sapphires. For this reason, even if the shape of the jewels is necessarily very different, the mini collections, which are part of the Floral collection, are similar in inspiration. Both, in fact, are composed of three jewels: necklace, earrings and ring.

Collana Hortensia in oro bianco, diamanti e rubini
Collana Hortensia in oro bianco, diamanti e rubini

Both collections, Hortensia and Poppy, are part of the company’s high jewelery proposals: they are elaborate jewels, made with care and, of course, sold at a price that reflects the quality of the materials used as well as the not simple workmanship. Poppy earrings, for example, cost 72,000 euros. For the necklaces the price goes up. But those who want to wear a jewel composed of diamonds and rubies that form flower crowns, probably do not have a too meager bank account in the first place.

Orecchini Papavero con diamanti e zaffiri
Orecchini Papavero con diamanti e zaffiri
Orecchini Papavero con diamanti e rubini
Orecchini Papavero con diamanti e rubini
Orecchini Hortensia con diamanti e rubini
Orecchini Hortensia con diamanti e rubini
Collana Papavero con diamanti e rubini
Collana Papavero con diamanti e rubini
Collana Margherita con diamanti e rubini
Collana Margherita con diamanti e rubini
Anello Papavero con diamanti e rubini
Anello Papavero con diamanti e rubini

War of the jewelery fairs: Pasquale Bruni returns, but …





Pasquale Bruni returns to participate in an event together with other jewelers. But this are not VicenzaOro and above all Baselworld. The jeweler of Valenza, who about a year ago decided to stop the usual presences in the two major European jewelery fairs, instead decided to join Haute Jewels Geneva, together with Yoko London (who is the promoter of the initiative), Crivelli , Roberto Coin, Sutra, Bayco, Etho Maria and Stenzhorn.

Modella con gioielli di Pasquale Bruni
Modella con gioielli di Pasquale Bruni

The surprise concerns both the mode and the choice of data. Haute Jewels Geneva, in fact, is held from 26 to 28 April, coinciding with the Sihh, the event dedicated to haute horlogerie which will always take place in the Swiss city from 26 to 29 April. Not only. Haute Jewels Geneva will precede Baselworld very little (April 30 – May 5).
Collana di Yoko London esposta a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019
Collana di Yoko London esposta a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019

And it is precisely this concentration of events that advised GemGenève, another high jewelery fair, to postpone research for the whole year (5-8 November). And so, Haute Jewels Geneva, which started last year with the presence of only four companies (Yoko London, Crivelli, Roberto Coin and Sutra), doubles this year. The idea is not to create a simple mini-fair, but to show the jewels in a more intimate and relaxed atmosphere: in fact, it will take place in the ballroom of the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva (ex Grand Hotel Kempinski) from 10 at 20.
Vetrina a GemGenève
Vetrina a GemGenève

Baselworld, visitatore avvinghiato a due modelle
Baselworld, visitatore avvinghiato a due modelle

VicenzaOro. Copyright: gioiellis.com
VicenzaOro. Copyright: gioiellis.com







Stenzhorn with feathers

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The Persuasion collection by the German Maison Stenzhorn is inspired by the feathers of bird-of-paradise ♦︎

How you can persuade her of your love? Animals have their methods, for example, they show colored feathers or sing songs of love. Men use more or less the same methods (ok, without feathers), but with the addition of jewels.

From this consideration the Persuasion collection of Stenzhorn was born, a great Maison of German jewelry.

Anello con diamanti e rubini
Anello con diamanti e rubini

To inspire the collection, in particular, is been the courtship ritual of the birds of paradise. The elaborate ritual and the colored feather wheel of the bird of paradise has been studied, analyzed and admired. The Persuasion collection is characterized by a whirling fan of feathers at the center of each piece. They are rippled waves that start from the central stone, set in white or pink gold, with pavé diamonds. Other versions of the jewels alternate diamonds with sapphires, rubies and tsavorites, with a touch of color that would also appeal to the vainest peacocks. Giulia Netrese





Orecchini con diamanti, collezione Persuasion
Orecchini con diamanti, collezione Persuasion

Orecchini con diamanti e tsavoriti, collezione Persuasion di Stenzhorn
Orecchini con diamanti e tsavoriti, collezione Persuasion di Stenzhorn
Pendente con diamanti e zaffiri
Pendente con diamanti e zaffiri
Anello in oro rosa e diamanti
Anello in oro rosa e diamanti

Pendente con diamanti e tsavoriti
Pendente con diamanti e tsavoriti