In 2019 we are marking the 75th birth anniversary of Manfred Wild, the German lapidary art master

Manfred Wild is a German jeweler and stone cutter, the eighth representative of the family dynasty, which has been working in the field of lapidary art since 1630.

Manfred Wild is sometimes called "Faberge of the 21st Century". There is every reason for this honorable comparison. He managed not only to master the brilliant technique of processing stones and metal, but also to create his own recognizable style, carefully interpreting the best techniques of the great masters of the past.

The master’s works are exhibited in the major museums and galleries in the world - such as the Idar-Oberstein Gem Museum, Harvard Museum in Boston, and the Jewelry Museum in Korea. Objects created by Wild are represented in the museum Collection as well.

Photo album of the master’s works, dedicated to his anniversary, is in our Photo Gallery.

Biographyof M. Wild is in the section Authors.