The New York Times features both Finematter and KINRADEN in an article about the new online platforms, as the world gets used to buying fine jewellery online.
Sarah Müllertz has collected modern art since she was 16. Eurowoman magazine met her in her beautiful Copenhagen rowhouse.
Sarah Müllertz has created her showroom in the charming old centre of Copenhagen as a visual and tactile experience of the KINRADEN brand.
Our fine sustainable jewellery can now be explored first hand in Illum, doubtless the most luxurious multi-brand shopping space in Copenhagen.
Your new destination for fine jewellery has gone live, and we are proud to be selected for Finematter’s highly exclusive jewellery platform.
Carol Woolton. “The theory goes that we’ve been dressing at home in loungewear for so long, that we’re looking for something concreate and structured…”
So glad to see our ethical jewellery on some of the most popular and bright Danish stars, such as Sarah Grünewald, Josephine Høgh and Kwamie Liv.
We’re on it! If you’re looking for a truly unique and personal Christmas gift, the Guardian’s Christmas Gift Guide is always a great source of inspiration.
ELLE Decoration visited Sarah Müllertz’ beautiful and cozy home filled with her unique art objects and personal Christmas decorations.
Your jewellery is an ethical choice. KINRADEN is here to prove that jewellery production can be sustainable, every step of the way.
A sincere talk between British journalist Carolyn Asome, KINRADEN founder Sarah Müllertz and Designer Mark Kenly Domino Tan.