My Inhorgenta Discovery No 2: Brigitte Adolph

Last week I introduced you to my first big discovery of the Munich jewelery fair Inhorgenta with mga Hamburg .The label Brigitte Adolph from the small town of Weingarten also helped me with enthusiasm.The jewelry of the native Fuldaer Brigitte Adolph looks like a lace at first glance, but at the latest it turns out to be a fine precious metal, if one takes it into the hand.Because the fine top collection in silver, white and yellow gold is much heavier than you initially suspect.

The adornment line of Brigitte Adolph was born from the desire to imitate textile lace with a perfection which reveals her true material only by touch.The designer loves optical illusions and since she can think of an affinity for nostalgic fabrics.An inspiration for her collection was her grandmother’s sewing room, where she discovered beautiful romantic-feminine fabrics as a child, she tells me in conversation.Another key experience was Brigitte Adolph on her honeymoon to Venice, where she got to know and love the Venetian lace.The top collection combines precious metals (including Fairtrade silver) with small rubies, diamonds and pearls – simply beautiful!The earrings, rings and chains are priced between 500 and 2000 euros.

I believe my wedding jewelery is here: Inspired by the fairy-tale Snow White, this filigree and imaginative wedding collection emerged: diamond-studded rings, delicate chains with pearls and dreamlike earrings with mountain crystals

The top jewelry bracelet Nottingham Heritage silver 925 can also be purchased in Fairtrade silver; the Nottingham Heritage Collection is a joint project with the English top designer Jayne Childs

Designer Brigitte Adolph presents some of her favorite pieces:the top jewelery ring and the lace earrings Undine consist of yellow gold 750, adorned with champagne-colored diamonds or Prasiolith