A world of jewellery

Goldsmith Stine Bülow learnt her craft with the best in Denmark and made a name for herself there before seeking new challenges and stimulus in Luxembourg. Her early training as a classical musician coupled with her fiery passion for her art explains her uncompromising approach to meticulous technique and her profound expressivity. Stine Bülow’s designs are often inspired by the lore, landscapes and nature around her and her signature style is raw, pure and feminine. She favours working with precious metals and precious stones and is often sought after for creating unique designs upon demand. Her collections have been showcased in the Mudam museum of modern art and the Danish Design Museum, and are on permanent display in a fine jewellery gallery in Copenhagen. Most recently, she was commissioned by the Luxembourgish government to develop her Renart collection in connection with the Grand Duchy’s EU presidency. Stine Bülow has her workshop in the concept store Ben&Pepper in Luxembourg City.

D'Goldschmattesch Stine Bülow huet hiert Handwierk vun de beschten an Dänemark geléiert a sech selwer een Numm gemaach virun dat et nei Erausfuerderungen a Stimulus op Lëtzebuerg siche koum. Hir fréi Ausbildung als klassesch Musekerin gekoppelt mat senger feierëscher Leidenschaft fir hir Konscht erklärt eng kompromislos Approche zu minutiéiser Technik an hir déif Ausdrockskraft. Dem Stine Bülow seng Designer sinn oft vu Soen, Landschaften an der Natur an hirem Ëmfeld inspiréiert. Hire Signatur Stil ass réi, pur a feminin. Si schafft am léifste mat edele Metaller a wäertvolle Steng a gëtt oft opgesicht fir eenzegaarteg Kreatiounen op Ufro ze schafen. Hir Kollektioune goufen am Mudam an am Däneschen Design Musée presentéiert a si permanent an enger Schmock Galerie zu Kopenhagen ausgestallt. Ganz rezent krut d’Stine en Optrag vum Lëtzebuerger Staat hir Reenert Kollektioun fir di europäesch Presidence vu Lëtzebuerg auszeschaffen. D’Stine Bülow huet hiren Atelier Buttek am Konzept Store Ben&Pepper an der Stad Lëtzebuerg.