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Jewellery artist Florian Milker formulates the motivation of his jewellery objects himself:

“In my work I try to elicit a symbolic character from the objects that surround me. There is a meaning in their source that refers to our needs.

The objects of my inspirations are already jewelry before I transfer them to the body. The transformation, however, creates a new context that can be amusing but also questionable. Making jewelry is my search for the fragments of our lost naivety in the sandbox of life.”

Florian Milker is interested in the playful combination and imitation possibilities of different materials offered by new generative manufacturing technologies such as 3D printing, milling and vacuum casting.


Florian Milker Autorenschmuck
Heinrich-Heine-Straße 35
04178 Leipzig

Web: florianmilker.com
Phone: +49 176 20 97 65 98

Direction: The way to Florian Milker
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© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Products: Florian Milker

The goldsmith and designer Luise Neugebauer knows the art of enlivening the classical jewellery repertoire with lightness and refined surprises.

Unusual materials such as porcelain foil and graphic elements become a natural part of her jewellery, made of recycled gold and silver.

Using her jewellery collections, which playfully follow the philosophy of "less is more" without much pomp, she creates individual pieces of jewellery made to measure and for every occasion.


Luise Neugebauer Schmuck
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 79
04275 Leipzig

Web: luiseneugebauer.de
Phone: +49 163 477 27 44

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© Movie: Schnuppe von Gwinner & Alina Cyranek
© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Products: The object images are from Rainer Schäle, Studio Pixelgold, Wuppertal
© Workshop: Photographer Iona Dutz

The goldsmith and jewellery designer Dörte Dietric places the inexhaustible wealth of forms and colours of the world of plants at the centre of her work.

The continuous process of becoming and passing away in its various stages of development is her source of inspiration and determines her formal approach.


Capsules and calyxes as well as embossed, chiselled and enamelled forms driven from the surface grow in pieces of jewellery into new abstract sculptural formations with a floral character, sometimes in pure silver, sometimes in the intense, coloured melt of enamel.


Dörte Dietrich Schmuck
Karl-Heine-Straße 9
04229 Leipzig

Web: doertedietrich.de
Phone: +49 176 240 18 575

Direction: The way to Dörte Dietrich
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© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Workshop and objects: Dörte Dietrich

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