Jewelry shop
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Jewelry from Vienna

The studio Stoss im Himmel in Vienna city center brings together several designers under one roof. In the neighboring workshop, visitors can even look over the shoulder of the goldsmiths at work. The Ring King has his workshop nearby, where you can buy Bubble rings or charm rings (based on the principle of the charm bracelet).

Jewelry art in the truest sense of the word is shown by the gallery Spiegelgasse Acht. The objects sold here are designed by Austrian and international artists (e.g. AND_i by Andreas Eberharter) and some have a sculptural character. Avant-garde, but wearable.

At alja&friends, you can buy high-quality jewelry by international and Austrian designers. On the second floor, three jewelry artists have their studios and present unique limited edition pieces of jewelry in the showroom, such as the rings and bracelets reminiscent of branches.

Oscar & Filu stands for purist, hand-made jewelry design. The clear design language is oriented to the organic structures of nature. A special tip are the wedding rings, which are also available as same-sex variants.

The moha jewelry gallery is also a little paradise. Here, you can buy sophisticated and humorous jewelry by a wide range of designers from all over the world. A special tip is the grass rings by Kay Eppi Nölke and the knot rings by Oliver Schmidt. Some of the pieces can be purchased for less than €50.00.

In her shop on Weihburggasse, designer Susanne Kitz sells not only stylish handbags, but also sophisticated jewelry. The opulent pieces are made by Susanne Kitz from semi-precious stones, mother of pearl, horn, corals and mussels.

Jewelry designer Anita Münz works exclusively with horn. She uses the noble material to produce chains, brooches, rings, bangles and earrings in clear shapes and sells the unique objects in a chic shop on Bauernmarkt.

The jewelry designers Katharina Schmid and Katie Gruber (Katie g. Jewellery) work in their shared studio on Lindengasse. The jewelry by Katharina Schmid is characterized by lightness and delicateness, such as the knotted “Forget Me Knots” and the woven, twisted or crinkled silver rings and pendants. Katie g. Jewellery has more of a sculptural character, the surfaces sometimes reminiscent of rocks.

Jewelry by Anita Münz

Anita Münz

© Anita Münz

Bubble ring by Ring King

© Ring King
Jewellery on wood

Alja Neuner (alja&friends)

© Mark Neuner (mostlikely)
Woman with a ring on her hand

Alja Neuner (alja&friends)

© Mark Neuner (mostlikely)
Silver rings

Forget Me Knots by Katharina Schmid

© Katharina Schmid

The Greatest by Katharina Schmid

© Katharina Schmid

Stoss im Himmel Studio for contemporary jewelry

Stoss im Himmel 3, 1010 Wien
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Ring King

Kleeblattgasse 9, 1010 Wien
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Spiegelgasse Acht

Spiegelgasse 8, 1010 Wien
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Kärntner Straße 8 / Kärntner Durchgang 5, 1010 Wien
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Oscar & Filu

Goldschmiedgasse 10, 1010 Wien
  • Opening times

    • Mo - We, 10:30 - 18:30
    • Th - Fr, 10:30 - 19:00
    • Sa, 10:00 - 18:00
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Moha jewelry gallery

Köllnerhofgasse 3 , 1010 Wien
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Susanne Kitz

Weihburggasse 7 , 1010 Wien
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Anita Münz

Bauernmarkt 11, 1010 Wien
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Atelier Lindengasse Katharina Schmid & Katie g. Jewellery

Lindengasse 5, 1070 Wien
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