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A silver Mexican mask from the 1920s clasps together a string of freshwater pearls. Brilliant blue antique buttons from the blouse of the Swedish court jeweler are given new life as earrings, mounted on yellow gold. Each piece of jewelry from Stefanie Volkmer’s Der Fuchs is unique, full of character and always has a very personal story to tell.

It all started with a 1860s Essex crystal hat pin with a fox motif. Stefanie, a filmmaker

and passionate collector of antique jewelry, found the charming pin at an auction and combined it with a handmade gold cord chain to make a unique necklace pendant. “Every time I wore it I received compliments and people wanted to know the story behind it,” she says. Renowned goldsmith Barbara Liebig, who had been reworking individual pieces for Stefanie for a long time, persuaded her to share her private passion for extraordinary jewelry and open a gallery at Poelchaukamp

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