Stephanie Hensle Tassels for all

Let' s have some fun. Stephanie Hensle's jewellery is not just fun but extremely wearable and surprising. She keeps the balance between the demand for a concept and jewellery and she passes in both fields.
Portrait_1646791400 The series of jewellery `Rocks for Uschi´ asks the question how much is too much. It is inspired by traditional types of jewellery – but reduces it to a pure silhouette. Brooches, chain pendants and ear-clips are cut from sheet iron and covered with silver, gold or plastic. These jewellery surfaces are decorated as required with magnetically held plastic or precious stones. The person wearing it can decide herself how much 'bling' she wants to wear.

`Rocks XXL´ is the name of striking wood jewellery for all those who can't have it big enough – und for whom a single carat piece is simply too expensive. Here too traditional jewellery is the guide. By reducing it to its typical shapes and elements - pearl chains, cut and clasped stones - and by using wood as a material these 'rocks' are really striking.

`One or more stones´ is a series of delicate rings which are covered and shaped on their ring rail by one, two or three cut stones. A wide choice of gold, roségold-, anthracite- and silver tones make these captivating minimalistic rings truly fine every day jewellery.

Stephanie Hensle graduated in 2009 and became a graduate designer at the Pforzheim Technical College. Her remarkable, but always communicative and entertaining interpretation of design in jewellery is always striking.