All jewelry and objects featured on this site are made of porcelain and crafted by hand without a mold, making each piece unique.

Exclusively using hand-building techniques, the tactile process of shaping porcelain with my fingers is a deeply satisfying experience, which I believe translates directly into my work.

Adding texture, and applying glazes by painting, pouring or dipping are all part of the decorative process. 

After repeated firings in the kiln, the porcelain is transformed from fragile to strong, yet still feels delicate and precious to the touch. A delightful and sensory experience that lasts.

Selected by New York City Jewelry Week (NYCJW) as one of the designers to showcase at its first NYCJW headquarters in Soho, New York in 2018, and currently featured by NYCJW as one of their favorite emerging talents under placement

The Whitney Museum carries a collection of handcrafted porcelain rings and bowls designed exclusively for the Whitney Shop.



Stephanie was born in Vienna, Austria, and graduated from the University of Applied Arts with a fine masters degree in product design. 

 Growing up in Vienna with its rich cultural heritage left an indelible mark on her sense of aesthetics and it seemed natural that it would lead her to the position of director of the Design Shop at the Neue Galerie New York. 

Previously she worked at the Guggenheim Museum yet it was her love for creating fine objects that made her strike out on her own and start her studio in Harlem where she is currently working on new designs for her Limited Edition Series. 

She also likes good coffee in the morning….