Visit some of the most prestigious Viennese establishments and cultural institutions that contribute to the renown of Viennese quality each and every day. Under the umbrella of Wien Products, you will find choice Viennese businesses and cultural institutions whose products and services meet the highest quality criteria and production standards.

Ein metallischer Löffel mit reflektierender Oberfläche, der auf einem strukturierten Stoff ruht.

Edition Fritz Spatny

Pernerstorfergasse 92, Wien, Österreich


Since 1931 2M – Walter & Michael Müllner GmbH Nfg. KG has been practicing the traditional Viennese craft of sandblasting. The combination of this old technique with new innovative ideas and applications on glass, metal, wood, plastics, and stone results in products in the fields of art and technology. These can involve the restoration of former value or fascinating new artistic and technical developments in design and architecture.

An assortment of silver jewelry and a silver cup placed on a reflective surface.

Vaugoin - The Tilversmiths

Zieglergasse 24, Wien, Österreich


Vaugoin, Vienna´s oldest silversmith workshop, is dedicated to luxury and tradition. For more than 160 years Jarosinski & Vaugoin have been making precious flatware, exquisite tableware and luxurious articles of daily use, silver jewelery and objets d‘art only in real silver.

Female culinary student in a white chef's uniform working in a kitchen with colleagues in the background.

Tourism College Modul

Peter-Jordan-Straße 78, 1190 Wien, Österreich


MODUL is among the most cutting-edge and renowned education centers internationally when it comes to tourism training. The robust and future-oriented transfer of knowledge has been empowering ambitious young people to build a promising career in the tourism and leisure industry for over 110 years.

Reihen handgemachter roter Seifen auf einem Holzregal.

Wiener Seife

Herrengasse 6, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Treasured beyond the borders as a cultural gem from Vienna, here naturally nourishing soap is made by hand according to time-honored recipes. The tradition-steeped company continues the Viennese heritage of soap boiling and is committed to preserving the handicraft, in line with the motto: “We change only to stay the same.”
For those who love to indulge in quality and timeless values.

Auswahl an Weinflaschen, die auf einem Holztisch liegen.

KATTUS – Wiener Schaumwein Manufaktur

Billrothstraße 51, 1190 Wien, Österreich


The former supplier to the Imperial and Royal court and oldest family-run sparkling winemaker in Austria with its very own facilities in Vienna was founded in 1857 by Johann Kattus. Since then, the house has established itself as one of Austria’s leading producers of sparkling wine. Kattus is renowned for the high quality of its products, and has earned numerous awards and recognitions over the years.

Elegant gemusterter Stoff in Beige- und Brauntönen mit luxuriöser Textur.


Neubaugasse 32, 1070 Wien, Österreich


For over 140 years, this traditional Viennese company has been producing furniture creations with character. With passion for the highest quality fabrics, an exquisite flair for design and lots of love for handicraft, Kohlmaier unites professional upholstery, manufacture and sewing in projects that are a far cry from mass-produced goods. Whether for venues, events or the home – here, every project becomes a textile statement.

Eine Person öffnet eine Schachtel mit Comics.

AUMAERK Fleischmanufaktur

Seilergasse 14, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Based on ancient cooking techniques and natural methods of preservation, the world’s most innovative meat manufacturer has developed a unique, patented processing method as well as its very own seasoning blends. Refined over several days, meat products of incredible tenderness and lasting freshness, the likes of which has never been seen before, are created entirely without additives or preservatives.

Eine Person in einem blauen Outfit geht vor einer beigen Wand, während ein glänzender lila Schal im Wind flattert.


Liechtensteinstraße 91, 1090 Wien, Österreich


Relaxed people are inspiring people are beautiful people – so goes the leitmotif of Jana Wieland and her Viennese fashion ­label founded in 2016. The typical silhouette is timeless and fresh, and envelops the body with elegance and respect. Viennese coziness, to wear on your own body!

Jana Wieland is known for her relaxed designs. Simple, sculptural tailoring and a playful pajama reference are recurring characteristics of her collections. Those who want to experience the essence of her brand opt for the Bow Sleeve Shirt the label’s versatile signature piece makes formal looks appear relaxed and comfortable looks appear sophisticated. The designer’s decidedly personal work is also reflected in her advertising campaigns, to which she always lends her own face.

Warm beleuchteter Innenraum mit einer Vielzahl von Tischlampen und Dekorationsgegenständen auf Regalen sowie gerahmten Kunstwerken an der Wand.


Kleeblattgasse 9, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Studio Palatin was founded by artist and designer Barbara Palatin-Doyle. Born and raised in Vienna, she lives and works in her native city as well as in New York. She specializes in ­handcrafted sculptural lighting, especially the design of table lamps and candlesticks.

Barbara Palatin-Doyle’s work combines functionality with art, and contemporary design with materials and techniques handed down from the exquisite craftsmanship of the 17th and 18th centuries. Inspired by these magnificent luxury objects of the past, she creates contemporary luminous art, both functional and sculptural, incorporating her favorite materials which include porcelain, silver, gold, glass, bronze, and Hosho – handmade Japanese paper.

Vintage-Metallkronen und -tabletts auf gestreiftem Stoff.

Werkstätte Carl Auböck

Bernardgasse 21, 1070 Wien, Österreich


The Werkstätte Carl Auböck workshop has been producing high-quality furnishings since 1907. In the workshop, now in its fourth generation, much of the manufacturing takes place, from the idea and sketch, through production to final completion. Traditional brass working techniques are used, the material being combined with horn, wood, wickerwork and leather

Every model in the collection has been designed and manufactured here from the beginning. Many of them can be found in museums as design icons. The roots of the fourth-generation family business lie in the workshop founded by Karl Auböck, which mainly produced traditional Viennese bronzes at the end of the 19th century. The company was taken over in 1925 by Carl Auböck, a student of the Weimar Bauhaus, whose new designs created a new world of products for the workshop.

Assorted chocolate bars with various flavors displayed in a row.


Freyung 2, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Nothing less than the fine art of confectionery production is the claim to fame of Vienna-based manufacturer Xocolat. Chocolate specialties are made almost entirely by hand from high-quality couvertures, fresh nuts and aromatic fruits, fine distillates and other natural ingredients. The result melts in the mouth, while the impression lingers.

Werner Meisinger and his trained chocolatiers in Vienna have been creating sweet masterpieces every day for the last ten years. Here they create more than 60 types of confectionery: from fruity, sweet apricot dumplings to melt-in-the-mouth nougat pralines and hot chili truffles. They all offer a genuine taste experience, which is due mainly to the craftsmanship, along with the uncompromising quality of the ingredients.

Elegant table setting with decorative napkins and colorful glass accents in a warm, inviting dining atmosphere.


Margaretenstraße 35, 1040 Wien, Österreich


The finest porcelain, 100% handcrafted – Viennese label feinedinge* has stood for this for almost 20 years now. From delicate coffee services to sophisticated light fittings, the minimalist design combines simple, elegant esthetics with a high degree of functionality. This is how the high-quality material porcelain is used today to create a stylish new interpretation of the past.

With her feinedinge* label, founded in 2005, Sandra Haischberger places emphasis on minimalist design, a high degree of functionality and simple, reduced lines. She is often inspired by the past, but effortlessly transfers tradition to the present day with her stylish reinterpretations, creating tableware, home accessories and light fittings that not only look gorgeous, but feel good too.

Two spools of yarn in cream and green colors on a wooden surface.


Bauernmarkt 11, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Since 2014, the Viennese textile company rudolf has been combining timeless design with natural materials as well as the ancient art of dyeing with local processing. The result is stylish products that are top quality, have a unique design and contribute to a healthy environment.

The two founders of rudolf, Lisa Mladek and Antonia Maedel, complement each other perfectly when it comes to fabrics and how they are processed. Lisa learned everything there is to know about dyeing in her family’s own dye house, whereas Antonia studied textile design in London. The duo put their hearts and souls into dying as well as creating exquisite patterns, high-quality material mixtures and processing these to make unique garments and home accessories. To pull this off, rudolf relies on the plant dying of purely natural materials that are processed locally.

Assorted decorative tassels and rope cord hangings with various patterns and colors displayed side by side.

M. Maurer

Kandlgasse 20, 1070 Wien, Österreich


Welcome to the world of Viennese passementerie, a centuries-old profession full of style and elegance. M. Maurer has been producing exquisite tassels, trimming, cufflinks, uniform accessories and much more by hand and using traditional methods since 1863.

The family company M. Maurer has been crafting embellishments for clothing, uniforms and furniture for over 150 years. Upholstery decorated with trimming, curtains elegantly gathered with handmade tassels, a chandelier mount that has been given a fresh, new shine with sophisticated yarn: this is the power of the passementerie from the house of M. Maurer.


Führichgasse 3, 1010 Wien, Österreich


The classic hard candy is a piece of culture that still provides a moment of pure bliss. In the manufactories of the Zuckerlwerkstatt you can still find the true craftsmanship that was so popular at the turn of the century. Exquisite, beautiful, sweet and full of history.

Yogesh Parfums

Kirchengasse 24, 1070 Wien, Österreich


Yogesh Kumar designs perfumes tailored to the unique scent of his customers. As a master, he has the genius to immediately recognise which of the five elements to use for balance –  creating a perfume which accentuates the wearer’s positive personality traits.


Lobkowitzpl. 1, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Freywille has been creating unique, artistically designed jewelry from
fire enamel since 1951, setting new benchmarks when it comes to artistic
creativity, enameling procedures and globalization.

Lederhandwerkswerkzeuge neben einem teilweise abgeschlossenen Lederwebprojekt auf einer Werkbank.

Sagan Vienna

Gutenberggasse 1, 1070 Wien, Österreich


Magnificent pieces with a strong aesthetic character and a captivating uniqueness – that is what the luxury label for handbags and knitwear stands for. Sagan Vienna was founded by Tanja Bradaric and Taro Ohmae in 2012 with the aim of combining professional craftsmanship and exquisite design. The result are pieces that will be loved for years.

Ein gerolltes Dokument mit Band und Siegel auf einer Holzoberfläche.

Huber & Lerner

Weihburggasse 4, 1010 Wien, Österreich


The traditional company Huber & Lerner, which has been around for more than a century, stands for exquisite printed materials, high-quality printing and embossing as well as special services. Now led by the fourth generation, the long and eventful family history that began on Kohlmarkt will now be continued in an upscale stationery store on Weihburggasse.

Schwarzes Lederportemonnaie auf einer Holzoberfläche.

Eva Blut

Schottenfeldgasse 43, 1070 Wien, Österreich


The sheer understatement of premium Eva Blut leather bags excites customers around the world. Alongside their high quality, the functionality of these bags also impresses: perfect for modern requirements, the bags adapt to changing needs.

With the Eva Blut label, founded in 1999, the designer Eva Buchleitner has been concentrating entirely on accessories since 2009 – and has been innovatively continuing the tradition of highquality leather goods in Vienna. In doing so, she combines traditional techniques with modern space concepts and contemporary functionality. Her convertible bags are future classics that do not have to stand for something different every season, but instead impress with their sharp design, shaped by fine details and casual play with material effects.

Nahaufnahme eines Kleidungsetiketts mit dem Text „Luigi Borrellini“, aufgenäht auf einen gemusterten Stoff.

Hemdenmacher Gino Venturini

Spiegelgasse 9, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Bespoke shirts from Gino Venturini have been being lovingly crafted into little works of art from valuable cotton fabric and outstanding threads for over 100 years. That is why loyal customers will find this brand with its rich tradition all over the world.

Frey Wille

Stephansplatz 5, 1010 Wien, Österreich


A row of identical gray sandals with buckles, displayed on a surface covered by newspaper.


Schleifmühlgasse 18, 1040 Wien, Österreich


In 2001 Simone Springer and Yuji Mizobuchi founded the label rosa mosa. The shoe and accessory designs by the Austrian-Japanese duo are inspired by folklore, which is redefined in the new context of current fashion trends.

Silberbesteck, ordentlich angeordnet auf einem Holztisch.

Wiener Silber Manufactur

Spiegelgasse 14, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Something special always means something different. The extraordinary silver works of art by the Wiener Silber Manufactur combine premium quality silver with the exquisite design of international artists. Time-honoured craftsmanship, paired with precious, value-retaining materials and exclusive, contemporary designs.

Sammeln von Schnecken auf einer Holzoberfläche.

Gugumuck´s Wiener Schnecken Manufactur

Rosiwalgasse 44, 1100 Wien, Österreich


The farm in Rothneusiedl has been managed by the Gugumuck family since 1720. When it was handed over to Andreas Gugumuck many years ago, the focus shifted entirely to the cultivation of snails. The snails are raised naturally outdoors and feed on the sunflowers, chard, canola and many herbs such as thyme and fennel which are cultivated in the area.

Eine Sammlung verzierter goldener Bilderrahmen an einer Wand.

C. Bühlmayer K. u. K. Hofvergolder

Michaelerplatz 6, 1010 Wien, Österreich


For almost 200 years, C. Bühlmayer has been synonymous with an exclusive range of picture frames, mirrors, decorative and ornamental pieces, carvings and gilded stucco, columns and interior embellishments. The original store features many treasures waiting to be discovered, from carefully restored antiques to precious mirror frames, faithfully reproduced picture frames, carved decorations and lighting fixtures.

Assorted cupcakes with whipped frosting and topping details.

A. Gerstner K. u. K. Hofzuckerbäcker

Kärntner Str. 51, 1010 Wien, Österreich


In 1847, Anton Gerstner founded a confectioner’s shop in the heart of Vienna. He was soon delivering to the imperial court, and just a few years later was appointed “Purveyor to the Imperial and Royal Court”. Today, you can experience the finest culinary indulgence over three floors at Gerstner K. u. K. Hofzuckerbäcker. The shop offers sweet creations from the chocolate factory and charming gift ideas. The bar invites you to sip a glass of sparkling wine with a unique view of the Vienna State Opera and, in the sumptuous salon atmosphere of the café restaurant, the Gerstner chefs will spoil you with sweet and savory delicacies.

Sparkling wine being poured into a glass with "schlumberger" branding.


Heiligenstädter Str. 39, 1190 Wien, Österreich


The careful selection of exclusively Austrian wines and the méthode traditionelle, previously known as the Champagne method, are what give Schlumberger’s sparkling wine specialities their delicate bouquet and makes them outstandingly easy to drink. The winery’s mark on the base of the bottle is a guarantee of wonderfully light, uniquely sparkling indulgence.

Eine Person legt Stoffrollen auf einer Theke aus.

Zur Schwäbischen Jungfrau

Graben 26, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Schwäbische Jungfrau has been a household name since 1720, producing fine table, bed and terry cloth linens. The core of the company philosophy is based on superior quality, a tasteful sense of style and excellent service. Schwäbische Jungfrau was awarded the Austrian National Coat of Arms award for outstanding services.

Two reflective golden spheres on display in an art gallery with paintings in the background.


Dorotheergasse 17, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Looking back on a 300-year history, making it one of the oldest auction houses in the world, Dorotheum is also one of the biggest and most significant. Thousands of pieces of art and antiques covering 40 art categories are examined and evaluated by competent experts with years of experience and then auctioned off at the uniquely magnificent Palais Dorotheum.

A person operating a precision measurement or calibration device.

Münze Österreich

Am Heumarkt, 1030 Wien, Österreich


Founded in 1194 by Duke Leopold V for the purpose of striking Viennese pfennigs from the silver paid for the release of King Richard the Lionheart of England, the Austrian Mint is Vienna’s oldest business establishment.

Close-up of sliced bacon strips arranged in parallel.


Laxenburger Str. 256, 1230 Wien, Österreich


Founded in 1930, Wiesbauer has developed into one of the leading Austrian establishments in the meat processing sector. Wiesbauer is considered to be one of the industry’s pioneers and has always strived to set new and higher standards.

Eine Nahaufnahme einer Reihe messingfarbener, zylindrischer Kosmetikprodukte mit „Wen“-Branding.

Die Winzergruppe WIENWEIN

Stammersdorfer Str. 31, 1210 Wien, Österreich


With the WIENWEIN (Vienna wine) group, Vienna’s top winegrowers, Rainer Christ (Christ winery), Thomas Podsednik (Cobenzl winery), Michael Edlmoser (Edlmoser winery), Thomas Huber (Fuhrgassl-Huber winery), Gerhard J. Lobner (Mayer am Pfarrplatz winery) and Fritz Wieninger (Wieninger winery) demonstrate the huge potential of Vienna’s vineyard locations. With passion and uncompromising quality standards, they are well on the way to conquering the international world of wine.

Reihe von Flaschen mit handgeschriebenen Etiketten, die wahrscheinlich hausgemachte oder handwerklich hergestellte Getränke enthalten.


Schellhammergasse 15, 1160 Wien, Österreich


Passion, finesse and a sense of quality are what elevated Staud’s to the rank of internationally renowned delicatessen manufacturer. With its range of fruity jams and exquisite pickled goods, Staud’s has represented the utmost quality and Viennese tradition since 1971.

Rows of chocolate bars with french labels displayed in a box.

Josef Manner

Stephansplatz 7, 1010 Wien, Österreich


“Chocolate for everyone” – that was the philosophy of the company founder, Josef Manner I. For more than 130 years, the house of Manner has been offering high quality confectionery at a fair price. Josef Manner & Comp AG is a very successful Austrian company, one still mostly family-owned.

Two boxes of rumpflaumen on a table with a blurred background.

Confiserie Heindl

Stephansplatz 11, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Since 1953, the Viennese confectioner Heindl has been creating exquisite delicacies using traditional recipes. At this Viennese family business, fine ingredients are turned into delicious creations like the “Original Wiener Nougat”, the exceptional “Sissi Taler” and the fine “Mozart Kugeln” (“Mozart Truffles”), enjoyed by candy connoisseurs all around the world!

Traditional tea set with loose leaves on a bamboo tray.

Haas & Haas

Stephansplatz 4, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Right in the center of the city, in the former monastery of the German Order behind St. Stephen’s Cathedral, is the home of the traditional Viennese company Haas & Haas. Tea-related specialities, meeting the very highest standards of quality and design, have been on offer here for 30 years.

A box of chocolate truffles on a table with its lid resting beside it.

K. u. K. Hofzuckerbäcker Ch . Demel’s Söhne

Kohlmarkt 14, 1010 Wien, Österreich


The traditional confectioner Demel has an illustrious history dating back over 200 years since its founding in 1786. The Demel salons, located in the center of the city next to the Hofburg Imperial Palace and furnished in the stunning Rococo style, have always been a popular  gathering place for the aristocracy and the Viennese bourgeoisie. Ever since the famous Dobos cake, seductive cream slices, tea biscuits, Bundt cake and strudel, all made from scratch and shaped and decorated by hand, are enjoyed with coffee or hot chocolate.

A row of leather bags displayed in warm lighting.

R. Horn’s Wien

Bräunerstraße 7, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Robert Horn’s handbags, briefcases and portfolios have achieved cult status with their perfect combination of tradition and modern influences – timeless purity, masterful craftsmanship, and simple fine elegance.

An array of decorative vases and cups with geometric patterns displayed on a reflective surface.

Österreichische Werkstätten

Kärntner Str. 6, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Österreichische Werkstätten (Austrian Arts and Handicrafts) are an independent and private association sponsoring Austrian artists. It is our aim to offer arts and crafts products of the highest standards of quality and beauty. Adhering to the philosophy “more beauty for each day”, established by company founder Josef Hoffmann, the Österreichische Werkstätten presents “exquisite things for everyday life”.

An orchestral group posing for a photo in a concert hall.

Wr. Symphoniker

Daffingerstraße 4, 1030 Wien, Österreich


The Wiener Symphoniker has been the beating heart of the classical music metropolis of Vienna for over 120 years. The world-famous orchestra shapes and defines the unique sound culture of its hometown and manages, to combine the past, present and future like no other orchestra.

It was no coincidence that the Wiener Symphoniker was founded in 1900 at the dawn of a new century. The orchestra, which still transports the unmistakable sound of its homeland into the world playing old and new pieces, has been a true musical pioneer from the very beginning. The Wiener Symphoniker was the first in the Austrian capital to present all of Beethoven’s symphonies in one series, while also rapidly establishing itself as one of the most important orchestras in Europe in terms of world premieres.

Children in choir attire singing at an event.

Wr. Sängerknaben

Augartenpalais, 1020 Wien, Österreich


In 1498, Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian moved his entire court, lock, stock, and music chapel to Vienna. He gave specific instructions for there to be six boys among the court musicians. This was, as it were, the foundation of the Vienna Chapel Imperial (Wiener Hofmusikkapelle), the Imperial Boys´ Choir (Hofsängerknaben), and in consequence, of the Vienna Boys´ Choir (Wiener Sängerknaben).

Reihe von Pferdezäumen aus Messing mit aufwendigen Details.

Spanish Riding School

Michaelerplatz 1, 1010 Wien, Österreich


There aren’t many cultural institutions in the world that combine tradition, history and the pursuit of perfection as consistently as the Spanish Riding School in Vienna. Dating back 450 years, the High School of classical horsemanship and those famous white stallions are as fascinating a spectacle today as they used to be during imperial times.

Eine historische Ausstellung mit einem großen Porträt eines Mannes in klassischer Kleidung neben einem Display mit Kalendereinlage und antiken Holzrädern im Vordergrund.

Haus der Musik - Das Klangmuseum

Haus der Musik Wien, Seilerstätte 30, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Haus der Musik is infotainment, entertainment and edutainment in one; it opens up new approaches to music and soundscapes in an unconventional, experience-oriented manner. Haus der Musik provides visitors with completely new experiences and journeys of listening and deliberately departs from the way music is traditionally conveyed.

Rows of empty wine glasses on a table with warm lighting.

J. & L. Lobmeyr

Kärntner Str. 26, 1010 Wien, Österreich


The master glazier Josef Lobmeyr opened his first store in Vienna in 1823. Like six generations of the family before us, we manufacture crystal, today using an entirely unique refining method based on a knowledge of old handicraft techniques and careful attention to detail. Our family business presents our artisans with the opportunity to create individual designs and new ideas of the highest quality by being allowed to practice and express their love for the craft.

Elegant porcelain teacups with floral designs on a table.

Augarten Wien

Spiegelgasse 3, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Soft transparency, sophisticated shine, flawless surfaces, bright tone and incredible purity of color: discover what is behind the fascination of Vienna’s “white gold”! The Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten has been producing premium porcelain since 1718. Every piece is hand-made and hand-painted at the Augarten castle.

A collection of gemstone rings displayed on a dark surface.

Anton Heldwein

Graben 13, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Since 1902, meanwhile in the hands of the fourth generation, Juwelier Heldwein has been bringing a certain shine to the old-established venue in Vienna’s most exclusive area. Unique pieces of jewelery, created in the in-house workshop, as well as luxurious treasures from exclusive watchmakers and jewelery brands are presented in an elegant ambience along with exquisite silverware.

Glänzendes goldenes Armband und Ring auf einer Holzoberfläche.

Skrein* - Die Schmuckwerkstatt

Spiegelgasse 5, 1010 Wien, Österreich


In his multifaceted jewelery collection, Alexander Skrein shapes precious metals and extraordinary stones into excitingly valuable works of art made from fair gold.

A pair of bejeweled earrings displayed on a stand with a window casting light and shadows in the background.

A. E. Köchert Juweliere

Neuer Markt 15, 1010 Wien, Österreich


A love for modernity, the unadorned shape, and artful attention to detail turn each piece of Köchert jewelry into a work of art. The master goldsmiths’ extensive knowledge and expertise and their passion for precious gems guarantee the highest quality.

Row of eyeglasses displayed on a glass shelf.

Schau Schau Brillen

Rotenturmstraße 11, 1010 Wien, Österreich


The Schau Schau eyewear studio, founded by the master optometrist and eyeglass maker Peter Th. Kozich, is located near the Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral) and has produced exclusive eyewear by hand since the late 1970s. Schau Schau eyewear, exported worldwide, is also offered at the city manufactory – custom-made upon request.

A display of various styles of straw hats on stands against a neutral background.

Mühlbauer Hutmanufaktur since 1903

Seilergasse 10, 1010 Wien, Österreich


In 1903 Julianna Mühlbauer opened a small millinery with shop attached in the Viennese suburb of Floridsdorf. Now, over 100 years later, the family business is in its fourth generation and is a leading player in the headwear market worldwide.

Silbernes Armband auf einem grauen kegelförmigen Ständer.

Schullin Wien

Kohlmarkt 7, 1010 Wien, Österreich


Precious stones that make colors come alive like no other material can – Herbert Schullin has always been fascinated by the magic they exude. Years of experience have sharpened the senses of this gemstone aficionado and have given him the expertise to clearly distinguish and evaluate the delicate nuances of the crystal color spectrum. Working with beautiful and rare stones is rewarding as well as a considerable responsibility for Herbert Schullin. The challenge presented by turning an exceptional stone into an individually crafted piece of jewelry makes his an exciting and unique vocation.