Some of these style-defining pieces of jewellery were at one time created by Rozet & Fischmeister themselves, as a look into the company's historical order books reveals. Others originate from private collections, like the signed individual pieces by famous jewellery designers. What these unique jewellery items from various periods of art have in common is the timeless fascination they generate.

"Butterfly - Brooch"

750f yellow gold, enamelled, diamonds, rubies, design and manufacturing: Gustav Fischmeister, around 1910

Ring "Jugendstil"

750f yellow gold, emeralds, design and manufacturing: Franz Fischmeister, around 1900

Original "Art Deco" - Sample Ring

design and manufacturing: Gustav Fischmeister, around 1920

Original "Jugendstil" - Sample Ring

design and manufacturing: Gustav Fischmeister, around 1915

"Flower - Brooch"

silver and gold mounting, set with 1 sapphire approx. 1 carat and diamonds 6.5 carats, produced around 1900

Diamond Star Brooch

gold and silver mounting, set with diamonds 3.5 carats, produced around 1900

Sapphire Diamond Bracelet

950f platinum, set with 1 sapphire 9.86 carats and diamonds approx. 5 carats, design and manufacturing: Rozet & Fischmeister, around 1930

Art D├ęco - Diamond Bracelet

750f white gold, set with diamonds approx. 9.5 carats, design and manufacturing: Rozet & Fischmeister, around 1920