The name wolfers has fascinated and enchanted since 1812. it is one of the oldest and most prestigious goldsmiths and european jewellers. Successive generations of passionate artisans and artists have enabled it to stand the test of time.Discover
Many books have been devoted to the wolfers dynasty and their unquestionable influence on the decorative arts of each era. moreover, we can admire the creations in prestigious museums, such as the rijkmuseum in amsterdam. Genius creator and eternal pioneer, philippe wolfers was a figurehead of art nouveau in brussels. his works have carved out the wolfers style: elegance, beauty and boldness.
The wolfers, superb goldsmiths from liden in germany, moved to brussels, where they have roots going back to the 16th century, to carry out their craft.
Louis created his maker’s mark: the head of a boar, crowned with the letter w. the stamp of success!
Maison wolfers opened a boutique in the galerie de la reine - the first covered shopping centre in europe.
Louis’s son, philippe wolfers, was then known to the general public. at the turn of the century, he created breathtaking art nouveau jewellery. we also sell his sculptures and crystal objects which earned him the title of ‘belgian rené lalique’.
The new wolfers building was designed by victor horta on rue d’arenberg.
The brussels world’s fair introduced the most famous belgian goldsmith to the world. wolfers supplied a thousand pieces of silverware and created an extraordinary decorative piece of gold, silver and bronze for the occasion.
Chaumet, the great jeweller from place vendôme in paris, established a partnership with wolfers in belgium. their merger lasted more than 10 years.
Wolfers revealed a new mentor: patrick descamps. an expert and refined aesthete, patrick took over the management of the company. his creations and choice of jewellery reaffirmed the wolfers style.
Patrick descamps created the engagement ring for mathilde d'udequem d’acoz, future princess and current queen of belgium.
The association of the nobility of the kingdom of belgium entrusted him with the mission of finding her wedding tiara.
Wolfers was the exclusive jeweller of the belgian pavilion at the shanghai world’s fair. their creations dazzled thousands of visitors.
Maison wolfers presented their new hallmark, which symbolises their present and future vitality in the jewellery world.
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