Stefanie creates award-winning, innovative jewelry designs inspired by miniature things. She crafts each individual delicate and beautifully filigreed treasure by hand using using the traditional technique of bobbin lacemaking.
She crafts them from ultra-thin steel or silver wires and hand-dyed polyamide threads which enable her to create flexible structures and voluminous shapes. In the process, a line becomes a surface, a surface becomes a three-dimensional piece. The lace technique provides transparency and lightness. The result of these ultra-fine materials and her great skill are beautifully filigreed treasures whose value cannot be defined by the materials but much rather by the amount of time required to handcraft each individual piece. Confus was awarded the German Design Award Special 2017. Stefanie lives in Lengenfeld/ Vogtland and works in her own studio for contemporary bobbin lace jewelry. She regularly exhibits at national and international trade shows and exhibitions.
Confus is made of 0,4mm oxidized silver and facetted green agate. The ring is crafted in traditional bobbin lace technique. The lines of the material condense in a traditional pattern, the chaotic ground, to a structured, light, voluminous shape. placed on opposite are the strong color contrasts, whereby the themen of the ground is taken up again by the facetingof the stones. Formal effect of the structure, color and transparency near connection between tradition and modernism.
Ball Earrings Pearl
stainless steel wire, silver, bobbin lace technique, diameter 1.3 cm.
available in various colors of freshwater cultures pearls, semiprecious gemstones and around 60 colors of antique glass beads.
stainless steel wire, hand-dyed polyamide, silver rosegold plated, bobbin lace technique
available with three, five or seven pyramid elements
length 3 cm
matching Pyramid necklace available
colors dyed upon customers request
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