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The House of Hemmerle makes strikingly modern jewels, commonly using copper, textured iron and stainless steel to set rare stones. Stefan Hemmerle experiments with 18th century oxidation techniques to find the exact shade of copper for a colored diamond, or creates a mottled effect on aluminum as backdrop for milky moonstones.

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