Muller, Peter


Peter Muller - one of the brightest lapidary artists, was born in 1952 in Lucerne, Switzerland. He lived in different countries and moved to Brazil in 1979. From the early 80s he was carving animals and birds from precious stones and later he opened a small lapidary workshop. Peter got married to Teja Vroom in 1987 and since 1990, the couple collaborated and participated in the single-purpose International art trade-fairs as well.

Peter possesses a front-rank modern lapidary art workshop in Brazil, where he and his colleagues are constantly striving to improve the quality of their creative works.

Peter and Teja Vroom produce two lines of lapidary birds and animals from precious stones. “PM production line” - a line of more than 100 models of bird-butterfly-fish-carvings and less expensive “PM special carving line”. To cut out such a figure takes a lot of time, patience and skills. This is why those items are much in demand all over the world.

The artisan’s works are exhibited at various single-purpose exhibitions dedicated to lapidary art; many of them are stored in museum expositions and private collections.

Exhibits in the Museum Collection