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4, b-d Calle Almendro, Madrid, 28005, Spain

Helena Rohner’s aesthetically organic jewelry has caught the eye of companies from Paul Smith (which commissioned a special collection) to Copenhagen’s Georg Jensen (for which Rohner created a stainless-steel tea set). Her work is modern and influenced by nature: large rings with dollops of porcelain are matched with earrings that swing and sparkle in the light, and wood shows up in cuff links and necklaces. Don’t miss her similarly styled ceramics. The studio is actually a workshop; come midday the creative process is in full swing.

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Helena Rohner

Helena Rohner’s aesthetically organic jewelry has caught the eye of companies from Paul Smith (which commissioned a special collection) to Copenhagen’s Georg Jensen (for which Rohner created a stainless-steel tea set). Her work is modern and influenced by nature: large rings with dollops of porcelain are matched with earrings that swing and sparkle in the light, and wood shows up in cuff links and necklaces. Don’t miss her similarly styled ceramics. The studio is actually a workshop; come midday the creative process is in full swing.