In honor of Valentine’s weekend, I thought I’d showcase the shockingly-fantastic jewelry by the masterful House of Stenzhorn. Since its founding in 1979 by Klaus Stenzhorn, the House has been run as a family business, always working to perfect its high jewelry techniques. One of the label’s more important signatures is their mastery of the coveted invisible setting. Over the years, through a culture of innovation and intense attention to detail, the House has also developed new ways of hand-crafting bejeweled-yet-flexible necklaces and bracelets.
They combined Italian and French designs with German perfectionism, which is achieved through its own engineering, and by merging the latest technology with traditional handwork. [Stenzhorn] owns three factories, employing highly-skilled artisans that work hand-in-hand with gem and diamond cutters. This way, we stay in full control of product design, development and manufacturing.– About the Stenzhorn House of Jewellery
I was happy to hear that all diamonds used in production are certified conflict-free, and Stenzhorn is equally careful with their other gem precious metal and sources, too.