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High-End German Jewelry Label Opens First U.S. Boutique

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The brand is known for its signature rope-like pieces.

German jewelry manufacturer Wellendorff has opened its first U.S. store in San Francisco, writes Haute Living. The article says that the label is known for its signature rope-like pieces as well as its colorful enamel and diamond spinning rings. Christoph Wellendorff, the fourth-generation owner, says that he chose San Francisco because it’s the only city in America that feels like home to him. To christen the boutique, the brand released a limited edition San Francisco ring that features a white floral print and an engraving of the Golden Gate Bridge inside.

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