The latest creations from Munich-based Hemmerle affirm the brand’s place as one of the world’s most innovative and collectible jewelers. Unveiled in March, the [AL] Project combines colorful anodized aluminum with exceptional diamonds and gemstones in a single brooch and 15 magnificent pairs of earrings, including the floral examples shown here. The large-scale adornments, which boast 9.26- and 9.31-carat diamond centerpieces, are perhaps best described as wearable art. (hemmerle.com)
By The Numbers
- 1: Hemmerle’s atelier, where goldsmiths melt and blend various metals to create their own unique hues.
- 300: Approximate number of pieces the company produces yearly.
- 1893: Hemmerle’s founding year, when the company made pieces for the Bavarian court, among others. Today, third- and fourth-generation members of the Hemmerle family run the jewelry house.