Sabine König undertook her apprenticeship at Brune's Jewellers in Bensberg nr Cologne before moving to London for an extended study course at Sir John Cass School of Arts. In 1988, Sabine began working from a studio at Clerkenwell Workshops, and was also employed by Charles de Temple of Regent's Street Arcade.


Having exhibited at, amongst others, the Electrum Gallery, The Chelsea Crafts Fair and Goldsmiths' Fair, Sabine now lives and works in East Kent. Sabine now supplies selected stockists and exhibits at Jewellery fairs (dates can be found under the 'Events' section).


In 2007, The approval of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths was given to Sabine's work and has been included in their prestigious online directory at Who's Who in Gold and Silver. Please click here to view the directory.


Working from her own studio in Kent, Sabine works making bespoke pieces to order in 18ct gold and silver. Her style is minimal with elements of Japanese art engraved into metal or on the reverse of set stones. She uses interesting gemstones whether this is the cut, gem type or colour to design unique pieces that are both striking and understated. 

Please get in touch with Sabine via the 'Contact' button below to enquire about Bespoke pieces.