- JUWELIER OBERLEITNER
- WILHELMSTRASSE 56
- 65183 WIESBADEN
- 0611 59 85 51
- DI-FR 10.00-18.30 UHR, SA 10.00-16.00 UHR, MO RUHETAG
More than 50 successful years constitute the outstanding reputation that the exceptional Danish jewelry manufacturer OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN commands throughout the world. Founded in 1963 by the namesake Ole Lynggaard, the extremely talented goldsmith himself was responsible for the design of the exclusive jewelry collections. Prior to this, he significantly broadened his horizons during study visits to Germany, Paris, New York, San Francisco, Tokyo and the Middle East. His customers could therefore always be sure to be wearing hand-picked gemstones and exclusive gold jewelry that bore his unmistakable signature all over the globe. Since 1992, his daughter has been in charge of design as Creative Director. Charlotte Lynggaard’s often floral and graceful jewelry creations are strong and beautiful, poignant and ornamental at the same time. In 2008, the jewelry manufacturer OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN became Purveyor to the Court of the Danish Royal Family.
Ole Lynggaard always strives for the highest level of perfection, which requires an extremely careful and sensitive selection of individual components. Consequently, the creation of a piece of jewelry sometimes takes years. In the course of his career as a goldsmith, certain motifs of his own Scandinavian aesthetic fascinated him so much that he kept revisiting them and developing them anew, such as the Snake collection or numerous variations of his elephants.
Charlotte Lynggaard’s jewelry pieces are simply irresistible, poignant in design and with great recognition value. An expression of feminine elegance with an extravagant touch – these are the motifs in the design of daughter Charlotte Lynggaard. She too finds her inspiration in nature, which she seeks out for her designs. Her brother, Sören, (now CEO of the company) says he couldn’t remember a walk with her where she came back empty-handed. Among them stones, leaves or small branches, which also recur as structures and shapes in her jewelry designs.