WHAT DO GEMS, HERBS AND GRANNIES WITH PINK HAIR HAVE IN COMMON? FIND OUT IN THE NEW COLLECTION BY HEMMERLE AND COLLABORATING ARTISTS
The house of Hemmerle has recently presented a new high jewelry collection ‘Infused Jewels’, accompanied by a charming contemporary fairy tale by Greta Bellamacina, illustrated by Rosanna Tasker, and a fragrant herbal tea by Kräutergarten München, stored in jars hand-crafted by Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg.
Many exceptional talents came together to conceptualize and create this marvellous experimental collection, resulting in both an enchanting tea blend and a magical blend of jewels. Lavender, ginger flowers, orange and linden blossom, lemon balm, verbena, sunflower, rosemary, cornflower, cinnamon and strawberries: aromatic plants that, when infused in a cup of hot water, bring sensory joy, can also heal and start a conversation, They have been integrated into anodized aluminium, diamonds, bronze, bisque porcelain, natural pearls, demantoid garnets, tanzanite and real cinnamon sticks.
In the ‘Infused Jewels’ book, a girl living in a world where everything is planned to the tiniest detail, together with her eccentric (aesthetically!), pink-haired grandma, starts to plant herbs to restore the beauty that has been lost, and to make her sweet granny a cup of ginger tea.
How many cups of tea can you have? Some days I cannot seem to stop. It has become my ritual, bringing me closer to nature, making me happy and calm.
When I was a child, I thought that people who don’t dream are dead souls. So, slow down, look around, take a sip and dream. Let beauty and invigorating, fragrant tea become your ritual too…