The Ice Age (Ice Zeit) seen from Stennzhorn and presented at Baselworld, among baguette diamonds, carré and brilliant cut ♦ ︎
In a rather cold Basel, Stenzhorn presented a new jewelery line, Ice Zeit. The ice age to which it refers is defined by diamonds, one of the classics of the German Maison. The entire collection, which has its most important piece in Storm necklace, made with the three lines discontinuous, is based on the play of brilliant cut diamonds, baguette and carré. The stones are also emphasized thanks to the invisible frame with a technique developed by Stenzhorn. According to the German company, with this type of setting the necklace becomes like a second skin: the technique was developed by Stenzhorn and is called, in fact, 2nd Skin. The new collection consists of necklaces, rings and bracelets, which are reminiscent of ice crystals. The Stenzhorn brothers founded Stenzhorn House of Jewelery in 1979 in Boppard, an ancient German city between the Rhine and Moselle rivers. And now the company is getting ready to celebrate its first 40 years.
The new jewelry collection is, however, in the style of the Maison, which today counts on three different production sites. For example, Muse, a collection launched last fall, which always sees diamonds at the center. Giulia Netrese