Germany’s design heritage and new energy merge in three jewelry brands that are gaining global attention.
• Amélie Riech trained as an architect yet holds a diploma in fashion design. Both of these influences are evident in her refined jewelry collection, Uncommon Matters. Riech, who grew up in Paris and Berlin and still travels regularly between the two cities, uses fine metal (gold- and silver-plated, mostly on brass) and materials such as onyx, porcelain and glass to sculpt her wearable, intricate works.
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