Swiss Bernina is focused on the finest and most detailed luxury jewelry and works closely along the most renown designers. Perfection in quality and design is the quintessence of Bernina’s jewelry, but the desire to suite and match the customer’s desire and needs leads to the offering of bespoke jewelry.

Naomi Sarna

Somewhere between finest craftsmanship and art, one can describe Naomi Sarna. The recipient of 23 Spectrum Awards in both gem carving and jewelry design, her work melds metal with fluid natural forms. Naomi has created pieces that are represented in the Smithsonian’s permanent collection of American Gems and Private Collections.

Llyn Strong

Described as a “jewelry artist with an eye for life.” Llyn works with natural-colored gemstones, precious metals and inspirations around her to create unique, timeless pieces with a distinct artistic touch. Her jewelry designs embrace the techniques and traditions of the ancient and recent past, while using cutting edge technology and software to turn art into life.

Wolfgang Vaatz

„All of my artwork is a translation of experiences and observations I had in the natural landscape and its elements.”

Born in Namibia, Wolfgang Vaatz is working as a jewellery artist since late 2012. In 2017, his Aspen inspired cuff was selected as finalist in the Saul Bell Award Competition. The natural gold he uses is unrefined placer gold. Placer gold is gold which is eroded from its host rock and moved by water to different deposit locations.

Granada Collection

The Granada Collection is a carefully selected, exclusive assemblage of the most valuable natural treasures and unique creations of fine natural design. Our collection provides the appropriate framework for worldwide one-of-a-kind objects that span the gap between geological relevance and contemporary design. From the areas of gemstones, fossils, sculpture work, jewelry and interior décor, these rarities stand out amongst the rest.