March 30, 2011- Jewellery is commonly associated with complex handcrafted items made of luxury materials such as silver or gold.
Saskia Diez pieces are different, influenced by arts, fashion and industrial design.
It was a long path that led Munich-based Saskia to become what she and her works are today. Shortly after completing a classic apprenticeship as a goldsmith she felt the traditional world of jewellery restricted her ideas.
After studying industrial design and working at various design studios (including well known porcelain manufacturer Rosenthal), Saskia returned to jewellery with a wealth of experience.
Today industrial design inspires the designer, and is an important influence when producing her simple, clean jewellery pieces. Playing with cultural references, Saskia combines traditional and modern styles, reflecting the zeitgeist without being trend-driven...read full article
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