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After 120 Years, This Munich Jeweler Has Decided to Move. Hemmerle is leaving its historic boutique for a discreet suite down the street. “It’s more in line with who we are today,” Christian Hemmerle said.

Nazanin Lankarani — The New York Times

Hemmerle, the pearl of Munich. Inside the Bavarian jewellery house that has been holding court for 130 years.

Felix Bischof - Financial Times - How To Spend It

Hemmerle's Next Generation Steps Up - German high jeweller Hemmerle is in the midst of a global push, writing a new history in celebration of its 130th anniversary.

Misty White Sidel - WWD

Stop & Smell the Tanzanite. Seriously.

Jill Newman - Town & Country

Masters of Ceremony - With its latest herbal tea-inspired collection, Hemmerle brews something truly irresistible.

Rachel Garrahan - British Vogue

Inspired by Nature - Hemmerle's Latest collection takes its cue from soothing herbal teas.

Kim Parker - The Times Luxx

Craftmanship and sheer beauty.

Gay Gassmann - Vogue Arabia

Jewellery Art - Breaking Boundaries

Harper's Bazaar China

Avant-garde German jewellery house Hemmerle takes the principles of botanical observation to charming heights in its new nature-infused collection.

Annabel Davidson — Vanity Fair

Works of Art. Hemmerle’s fourth-generation Christian and Yasmin Hemmerle reveal the artworks that have inspired five of their most iconic pieces.

Villa 88

Enchanting and thought-provoking, the jewellery designed by Hemmerle is unparalleled in its technique and storytelling.

Sitara Mulchandani — Harper’s Bazaar India

In general, our pieces are taking more and more time to create because we are extremely detail driven. We believe that it’s the last 5% of the workmanship that really makes the jewel.

Yasmin Hemmerle to Sotheby's

The Precious Few. Hemmerle’s instantly recognisable jewels combine bold forms, mismatched gems and unconventional materials, such as iron, aluminium and even beach pebbles.

Rachel Garrahan — British Vogue

At Hemmerle, tradition and invention live in harmony. Despite four generations of heritage to uphold, the jewelers at the historic atelier continue to rewrite the rules.

Amah-Rose McKnight-Abrams — Cultured

A tale of two worlds. Egyptian heritage and German craftsmanship are being brought together at the 125-year-old jewellery house Hemmerle with dazzling results.

Sophie Stevens — AD Middle East

These one-of-a-kind pieces are part of Hidden Treasures, an 11-piece collection that celebrates the house’s 125 years in business this year and which took the history as its starting point.

Rachel Garrahan — The New York Times

Hemmerle combines the virtuous Germanic opulence and sophistication, with a sense of rationality that is rarely seen in contemporary jewellery creations

José Forteza — Vogue México

Modern and striking, the atelier’s one-of-a-kind designs have over the years drawn an international clientele that includes gem lovers, art collectors, and even royalty.

Michelle Tay —

A fine melangé of German craftsmanship and modernist ethos.

Akshita Naharjain — Harper’s Bazaar India

In Hemmerle’s hands, nature takes on a hyper-reality, its complex creations captured as works of art, sculptural masterpieces of awe-inspiring skills, honouring yet subverting conventions, acknowledging yet avoiding clichés.

Vivienne Becker — The Gourmand

At Munich jewellery house Hemmerle, a certain alchemy takes place, transforming the most unexpected materials into some of the world’s most boldly innovative jewellery.

Annabel Davidson — Vanity Fair

The world’s most admired art and antiques fair.

Gareth Harris — The Art Newspaper


Sandra Ballentine — T, New York Times Style Magazine

Munich’s family-run jeweller has been in the same store for over 100 years, and it’s still innovating.

Vivienne Becker — Financial Times How to Spend it

Known for its craftsmanship since 1893, Hemmerle produces only one-of-a-kind pieces.

Nazanin Lankarani — International Herald Tribune

Century-old German jewellery house Hemmerle is a staunch defender of the craftsman’s trade.

Jessica Diamond — Wallpaper

One minute, they might set a large, cut aquamarine of an Aryam blue into an iron bangle of fierce single-mindedness, the next twist hundreds of tiny, polished carnelian beads into a bejewelled rope.

Isabel Lloyd — Intelligent Life

It’s not every client request that inspires a designer to branch off into a direction he never before imagined – and subsequently to develop an entirely new style in doing so.

Alison Burwell — Wmagazine

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