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A true celebration of the magic of fine jewellery
Sabine Roemer followed her childhood dreams by mastering a wide range of jewellery-making techniques and graduating as one of the youngest-ever female Masters Graduates from Germany's Pforzheim Goldsmith and Watchmaker School. Before settling in London in 2004, Sabine's travels worldwide inspired her various techniques and influenced a theme of nature, landscapes and animals in her work.
After breaking away from Stephen Webster in 2007, her first projects included custom- made jewellery designs at the Cannes Film Festival and Monaco Grand Prix, followed by creating Trend Vision pieces for Swarovski. In the summer of 2010, Sabine launched her first official collection, Arabian Nights, exclusively at Harrods by Appointment. The same year she was nominated for the Jewellery Designer of the Year at the UK Jewellery Awards.
Sabine's work reflects her passion towards charity. In 2010, she created the Emerald Queen for the London Elephant Parade, and for nearly five years has collaborated with the Nelson Mandela Foundation to create one-of-a-kind jewellery sculptures for auction. In 2009, Morgan Freeman bought Sabine's jewelled sculpture of Mandela's hand, and that following year, commissioned a diamond and emerald-encrusted version of the 46664 Bangle (Nelson Mandela's prison number). The actor wore it on the red carpet for Invictus before being auctioned off at the South African Football World Cup. Sabine's ongoing interest in social and ecological projects includes documenting the skills of indigenous communities worldwide.