Uli Rapp (1974) received her Masters degree in jewelry design at the prestigious Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam. Fascinated by the Elizabethan splendor in dress decoration she translates it into wearable contemporary jewelry. Her collections have developed rapidly in a sophisticated style and use of smart materials - she invented a technique to apply medical plastic between textile. Uli’s necklaces, brooches and earrings interpret a love for antique gemstones and pearls contrasting with chunky chains. All pieces are skillfully handmade in screen print on light weight soft materials. The combination of a contemporary artist’s tools with the hint of past splendor makes for scintillating jewelry: conversation pieces for bold wearers like famous Architect Zaha Hadid, Designer Nathalie Rykiel or Boy George. Uliʼs pieces are produced in Amsterdam, by hand and with love by Uli & her team. They are worn all over the world and can be found in permanent collections of international museums and private collectors. They are sold at shows and galleries in Paris, Miami and Dubai.