There is a raw quality to Albert Zuger's jewelry pieces that somehow does not tarnish their glamorous appeal. By using a hammer to bring an organic texture to his accessories, the Toronto-based jewelry designer brings an unpretentious elegance to his work that really draws people in.
A metalworker and sculptor by trade, Albert Zuger entered the world of jewelry-making when he proposed to his now wife, Sasha Suda. Wanting to make the rings that graced their fingers himself, he found a passion for accessories that he never knew existed. Inspired by Samuel Maloof and the revival of the American Arts and Crafts movement in the 1950, Albert Zuger's jewelry is fit for strong women.