Schmiede Bosslau Jewellery
184 Years Later
Fire Walk With Me Hand Cuff
Fire Walk With Me Ring
Fire Walk With Me Hoops
I am Fr. Boss
Fr.Boss Necklace
La Perle With Me Earrings
Fire Walk With Me Coil Earring
SCHMIEDE BOSSLAU was founded in 1836 by Friedrich Bosslau in Dissen in Brandenburg, Germany. Back then, the traditional, family-owned blacksmith workshop produced farming tools or fitted horses with horseshoes. Almost 200 years later, designer Susann Bosslau — who is the 7th-great-granddaughter of Friedrich —and the first woman in the family to workin that field — launched her brand SCHMIEDE BOSSLAU JEWELLERY. Using the handcrafted machines and tools her great-grandfathers built centuries ago, she creates peculiar high-end accessories which pay homage to the many generations who came before her. By combining traditional methodologies with new and unconventional techniques, each piece of jewellery is crafted in a memorable shape and narrative, and projects a distinctive aura. "184 Years Later“ collection represents rawest empowerment with both rough and feminin characteristics to visualize the transition of the past 184 years. Working with recycled and fair 925 silver, 18ct gold and goldplated brass and silver, Bosslau carefully creates every piece by hand in Berlin and at the original blacksmith workshop in Dissen, Brandenburg, Germany.
Delivery window
4-8 Weeks
Order deadline
none
Copyright
© Photography: Marcus Paarmann Model: Korina Brecic Hair/ Make up: Sabina Pinsone
Schmiede Bosslau Jewellery
Susann Bosslau
Am Carlsgarten 12a
10318 Berlin
mail@schmiedebosslau.com
T. +4917661371306
M. +49 176 613 713 06
Schmiede Bosslau was founded in 1836 by Friedrich Bosslau in Dissen in Brandenburg, Germany. Back then, the traditional, family-owned blacksmith workshop produced farming tools and fitted horses with horseshoes. Almost 200 years later, designer Susann Bosslau – who is a direct descendant of Friedrich and the first woman in the family to work in that field — launched her brand Schmiede Bosslau Jewellery. Using the handcrafted machines and tools her great-grandfathers built centuries ago, the peculiar high-end accessories pay homage to the many generations who came before her.