"For the last 26 years I have always seen myself as a goldsmith, it’s where I’m coming from and it’s what I know best.”

by SABINE ROEMER

SABINE ROEMER

Sabine Roemer is an award-winning jewellery designer, goldsmith and silversmith who, in addition to her own brands, has worked with the world’s top jewellery, fashion and couture houses.

German-born fell in love with her vocation at the age of fifteen. Now London-based, Sabine was among the youngest female masters to graduate from Germany’s prestigious Pforzheim Goldsmith and Watchmaking School honing her skills from designing and metalworking to stone cutting and setting. She then moved to London, where she cut her teeth at the top Bond Street Jewellers and Place Vendôme maisons, who quickly tapped into her talent and classical training.

ARABIAN NIGHTS COLLECTION

In 2010, aged 30, Sabine debuted her first high jewellery collection. Titled Arabian Nights and launched exclusively by appointment at Harrods, the collection of 22 unique pieces was an ode to the exotic and ethnic, and headlined by the Shahryah Falcon Hood jewel, an 18ct gold and black leather falcon hood with pave diamonds and emeralds.

Around this time, her bespoke commissions – from engagement rings to exceptional one-off earrings and necklaces – started to grow, and today is very much where Sabine finds the most joy and pleasure.

Over the years she started to explore the sculpture work through her vision of the project called : 10 for 10 , where she frames bejewelled mini sculptured works of Art.

“ The memories captured in precious metal are like collectible jewelled stories that can be cherished forever.”

by SABINE ROEMER

Philanthropy is also close to Sabine’s heart. She has worked with the world’s major philanthropic foundations, including the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST), where Sabine created a white gold and silver postage stamp, set with sapphires, to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.

Philanthropy is also close to Sabine’s heart. She has worked with the world’s major philanthropic foundations, including the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST), where Sabine created a white gold and silver postage stamp, set with sapphires, to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.

For the Queen of Sweden’s Mentor programme, Sabine repurposed a royal brooch into a dazzling orchid and for MTV she created a white rose bracelet which was worn by Kelly Rowland. Many more pieces were auctioned off to raise much needed funds. In 2010, following a personal disaster after fatal floods and landslides ravaged Ladakh and Pakistan, Sabine launched her own charity, From You With Love, that supports children’s education in the local area.

CELEBRITIES

Today, Sabine’s work extends further into the worlds of fashion, film and Art. In 2010 Morgan Freeman wore her bespoke gold and diamond set bracelet to the Academy Awards when he was nominated for the his Invictus role.

More recently, she handsculpted a gold corset in collaboration with the couturier Ralph & Russo, which was worn by Angelina Jolie at the premiere of the Disney film Maleficent.