Sterling Silver

Bags

Photo credit: Makoto Nakagawa

The Egg Bag

The Egg Bag has its roots in Japanese tradition and a certain medieval painter, Hieronymus Bosch. It crosses ancient taboos and at the same time epitomizes surrealism and fantasy—serving as both an objet d’art and as a high-end evening bag; the Egg Bag is in an exclusive edition of only six.

The Manga Bag

Unlike today’s Japanese Manga heroines that are associated with sex and violence, the Manga Bag was inspired by a legend of a 70s Manga heroine who lived in a world that glamorized love and happiness. Beautifully embossed with a Manga, the sterling silver Manga Bag comes in an exclusive edition of only 10. 


Necklaces

Photo credit/Image with model: Gian-Marco Castelberg

Four-Legged Friends

Photo credit: Makoto Nakagawa

The work of Japanese artist Yoshimasa Tsuchiya will also be featured. Well-known for his animals and flowers in wood, Tsuchiya's first successful partnership with Gallery Naruyama and Kazu Huggler debuted his designs in sterling silver ( deer, lamb and cat) at the Tokyo Art Fair last November. For this exhibition,Tsuchiya will show for the first time sterling silver animal keyholders. The sterling silver animals and items are highlighted by precious stone settings and are a wonderful compliment to the luxury Egg and Manga Bags.

Little Creatures

Arnold Huggler Collection

Kazu Huggler GmbH

Ankerstrasse 122

8004 Zürich

Switzerland

 

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