Born and raised in the bavarian capital, Klaus Lohmeyer studied jewellery design in a highly acclaimed german art school with a strong foundation in craftsmanship. After working in the field for a few years, he returned to finish his diploma, becoming a master craftsman – the highest level of distinction a gold and silversmith can reach. His pieces are counteracting the recent perception that embellishment is something intrinsically feminine whereas in all cultures throughout history men have worn jewellery as symbols of power, to denote wealth and status or as lucky charms. It`s surrender for small details, sometimes only discovered on second sight, that turns jewelry into something emotional and valuable. It will affect through minimalism and the choice of material - sterling silver, leather, or gold.