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"Starry sky" model complements the "Carbon kisses gold" wedding ring collection from Fischer


When was the last time you consciously gazed into a star-studded sky? Most probably it's much too long ago, especially when one considers that a starry sky represents absolute endlessness, a mysterious entity not yet fully discovered, holding a special fascination for most of us. The new day begins and at dawn the last twinkling stars are just still visible as the night slowly recedes. All of this can be read into this unique Fischer wedding ring. A thousand stars twinkle, some nearer and symbolised by diamonds and others a long way off.


This fascinating spectacle which repeats itself every 24 hours is captured in a delightful wedding ring model from the "Carbon kisses gold" collection from Fischer. The warmth of the day and coolness of the night are reflected by the materials used. The sun yellow of the apricot gold in combination with the gleaming black mat surface of the carbon forms a very special interplay of colours whereby the feel of the carbon is anything but cool. On contact the surface appears to be almost velvety and not as cold as one would associate with the colour of the material.


The individual winding of the carbon fibres makes each ring a unique object. Carbon fibres have between 3,000 and 12,000 individual strands and each of these is up to ten times thinner than a human hair.  Experienced goldsmiths produce Fischer carbon rings by hand. The complete production is made in the wedding ring production facility in Pforzheim. Therefore the production of Fischer wedding rings stands for 100% quality "Made in Germany", the securing of jobs at the location of Pforzheim, and the use of fair recycled gold and diamonds from conflict-free sources (see


This ring is realised in 585 and 750 apricot gold and is offered with perfectly cut diamonds in the quality TW/si.




"Flora" addition – the triple highlight from Fischer

The triple highlight from Fischer – a success on three fronts and an absolute highlight of the Fischer range. This addition to the "Flora" collection simultaneously combines three highlights: the exquisite, floral blossom and tendril patterns already known from the original "Flora" collection, the refined inside/out principle, popular with both men and women which has made the ring the most purchased wedding ring in 2014 at Fischer, and a new form of refinement: Colorit® - a high quality type of ceramic in the fashionable colour of mother-of-pearl with a gentle, shiny lustre. The material is colour-fast and resistant to wear, the ideal material for a high quality and individual colour design with jewellery pieces.


This collection is not just something for collectors of vintage and art deco. Depending on the model, the ceramic inlay is more visible or more discreet. For men who feel the playfulness is too much, there are models based on the inside/out principle which conceal the floral pattern discreetly on the inside of the ring band. Whereas ladies rather welcome playfulness and enchantment, men prefer designs which are classic and simple. The lady can take pleasure in the externally visible, floral pattern every day, while the man can wear a ring which externally resembles a conventional wedding ring. Yet even when at first glance both wedding rings are not necessarily visually linked to each other, the bride and bridegroom know that these high quality rings are to a large degree reassuringly the same and belong together, as they themselves do.


The addition to the "Flora" collection includes three wedding ring models which depending on the model are realised in 585 and 750 apricot or white gold and offered with perfectly cut diamonds. The use of a high quality laser system enables high quality processing of the floral patterns.

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"New Classic" addition – pure design that touches the senses

It is surely always fascinating how a single diamond sparkles and glitters with all its facets. Wedding rings with more diamonds in the model are simply more attractive. That is pure design which touches the senses. The six new models of the "New Classic" collection from Fischer wedding rings are therefore stylishly confident and charismatic. These are timeless, classic rings with a sophisticated design which stand out. On the subject of wearing comfort: due to the used inside curvature (or camber as it is sometimes known) the rings have less surface contact on the finger than with a flat design and this is felt by the wearer to be much more comfortable. With these exquisite wedding rings from the traditional Pforzheim manufacturer, the bride and bridegroom invest in style and wearing comfort and also in long-term quality.


In order to take as many tastes into account as possible, the new models represent a mix of playful and clear designs, but all the designs can be seen as "classic". The playful models enchant through waves in which the diamonds are set, or through a diamond starry sky and the models with a clear design inspire due to their perfectly arranged distribution of the stones on the ring.


The "New Classic" collection from the Pforzheim jewellery manufacturer combines ten classic pairs of wedding rings which are now complemented by six further models. The wedding rings of this line are offered in 585 white gold and apricot gold or in 950 platinum with perfectly cut diamonds and 100% "Made in Germany".

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Registered trademark: FischerCarbon® - how the manufacturer of wedding rings further strengthens its market position

Discover carbon – the fact that carbon is not merely a passing phase has become ever more apparent in the field of wedding ring manufacture. At the end of last year strong demand allowed Fischer to already introduce its third carbon collection to the market. The previous campaign for the models of the "Carbon kisses gold" collection showed a couple in love, which traditionally appeals more to the bride. The new campaign is directed in terms of images and structure more towards the men. The use of carbon as a high-tech material is particularly exciting for men due to its absolute stability and resistance to chemicals and temperature fluctuations. In addition, the material shows hardly any signs of wear and depending on the model wedding rings made with carbon are considerably lighter than rings made completely from precious metal. In combination with matching coloured alloys such as apricot gold, red gold, palladium or platinum and exquisitely shining diamonds, the models also fascinate women who would like something special for their wedding ring.


Men are attracted by adventure, wish to master their lives, defy the adversities of everyday life and cope with big challenges. Carbon is the main material we associate with sport and leisure. The enthusiasm for the material and the associations people otherwise have with the use of it appeals to many men and this promotes interest in a carbon wedding ring. Carbon makes men cool – and women special!


Usually the purchase of the wedding ring for the bridegroom is merely a task which has to be managed. The bride devotes much more time to the search for the perfect wedding ring and has more of an idea how the model should look like. Fischer now sets a new standard by addressing the men as a target group. The new high quality booklet with partial UV varnish has been processed to a high standard and compared to other marketing brochures distinguishes itself through its paper quality, binding and partial UV varnish. The clear design of the individual ring models and figures, data and facts about carbon which are so important for men make the booklet an interesting source of information – for bride and bridegroom. In the new booklet Fischer presents all the company's carbon wedding ring and jewellery ring models introduced to the market. There are also three new models in the booklet – one of which is the title ring in apricot gold which enchants through its fine lines and lovely collection of shining diamonds. Apart from that, a new palladium model is presented for admirers of cool colour combinations and there is a further model in apricot gold – inspired by the design of the title ring.


The campaign includes the new high quality booklet with the corresponding end customer price lists, a DIN A1 poster, a new internet website at and the respective advertising templates for print and online campaigns.


All Fischer carbon rings are 100% "Made in Germany" at the Pforzheim location.


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Extension of "Carbon kisses Gold" collection from Fischer Trauringe

Carbon is a much talked about high-tech material and now it is well on its way to adorning many wedding ring fingers! The demand for carbon in the field of jewellery and in particular for wedding rings is steadily growing. Carbon is more than a passing phase, it has established itself in the field and continues to increase in popularity. Fischer in Pforzheim has already consolidated its market position in this area with its third Carbon wedding ring collection and this time has surprised the market with a combination of robust and very fine surfaces as part of the extension to the "Carbon kisses gold" collection.


A highlight of the collection is three high quality models which have a very special surface. In the field of jewellery at Fischer the proven bark surface is achieved by rough milling and subsequent manual processing such as sandblasting and polishing, etc. Wear marks on wedding rings are usual and occur with all alloys used. These marks, however, should not be seen as a flaw or defect but rather as a true reflection of life. The bark structure with its individual character is very robust and also withstands the signs of increased wear. The wedding couple will enjoy this surface for a very long time.

Yet five other models also radiate classic charm through their fine lines and clear distribution of diamonds. The individual winding of carbon fibres makes each ring a unique object. Carbon fibres consist of 3,000 to 12,000 separate fibres with a single fibre being almost ten times thinner than a human hair.  Experienced goldsmiths manufacture and craft the Fischer carbon rings. This process and all other manufacturing steps take place in the wedding ring production facility in Pforzheim. The production of the Fischer wedding rings therefore stands for 100% quality "Made in Germany", the safeguarding of jobs at the Pforzheim location and the use of fair recycled gold and diamonds from conflict-free sources (see

Depending on the model, the rings of the collection are manufactured in 585 and 750 apricot, grey or red gold and offered with perfectly cut diamonds in the quality TW/si.


(Models from left to right 23-01180-060 red gold, 23-01190-060 apricot gold, 23-01210-060 apricot gold and grey gold (bark surface), 23-01220-060 grey gold (bark surface))


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New Solitaire models from Fischer:  The answer is a happy yes!

You will be familiar with one of the enchanting models. Model 01080 with its high quality Solitaire setting, consisting of four beautifully rounded claws which develop from the ring band has been a top seller at Fischer for some time. The diamonds here seem to float in their setting. The maximum stone size for this model up to now was 0.25 ct. Now the ring is also immediately available in the stone sizes 0.3 ct., 0.4 ct., 0.5 ct., 0.7 ct. and as a one carat diamond (1.0 ct.).

Both new models impress with their simple elegance and their price. Here Fischer has reacted to market requirements and developed a really slim design. Model 02010 has a round bezel setting which perfectly captures the diamond. The effect of this ring will be for any women to answer with an ecstatic "yes"! The diamond in model 02000 appears to be almost of royal origin with its five claws of the Chaton setting.

All models are available in 585 and 750 apricot gold and also in white gold and 950 platinum and are set with sparkling diamonds. The manufacture of these high class Solitaire rings is made 100% at the Pforzheim location. Fischer, as a founding member of the initiative "100% Made in Germany", an association formed by nine German wedding ring manufacturers, attaches great importance to diamonds from conflict-free sources and also to the use of recycled gold which is environmentally friendly.


(Models: 39-02010-020 apricot gold, 39-01080-030 apricot gold/white gold, 39-02000-020 white gold)

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„New Classic“

Fischer is quite sure: classic wedding ring models sell well at all times and that will continue to be the case. Wedding rings should be timeless and be with the wearer for many years. Therefore many wedding couples decide on rather discreet rings. Yet discreet need not be boring, as Fischer illustrates again with its new "New Classic" collection.


The new models not only have a discreet classic design but also have a number of extras which belong to a wedding ring. The wedding rings appear unimposing but are very elegant and with the classic colours of white or apricot gold are particularly pleasing. In particular, apricot gold flatters the wearer with its sun-like play of colour and also because it is suitable for many types of skin. The surface finish of the models is characterised by a variety of structures (there are models with cross/lengthwise or impact matt) in combination with a polished high gloss finish. This contrast and the creative arrangement of shining diamonds make these wedding rings everlasting companions for the wedding couple.


In the "New Classic" collection the jewellery manufacturer from Pforzheim has combined ten classic pairs of wedding rings. The wedding rings in this line are offered in 585 white gold and apricot gold with perfectly cut white diamonds and are 100% "Made in Germany".


Models: 38 07460-060 apricot gold, 38 07461-060 white gold, 38 07466-055 white and apricot gold, 38 07462-060 apricot gold



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After the big success of the "rose ring" Fischer & Sohn has taken up the theme of "Inside/Out" and launched a collection with a floral design, distinguished by blossom and entwined leaf designs. The sales figures of the rose ring are clear to see and Fischer has once again confirmed its leadership with regard to innovative design. Since its introduction in 2011 the design has been increasingly encountered in competitor collections.

Under the motto of "Fischer fascinates. Not only women." this collection should also appeal to the man who will marry in future. The ladies often prefer a playful and charming style whereas the men prefer a classic, plain design. To satisfy both parties the rings need something special. Fischer has implemented this convincingly with its new collection. The ladies can enjoy the externally visible floral pattern every day while the men wear a ring which externally looks like a plain wedding ring. But even though both wedding rings at first glance do not have a connection, the wedding couple know that a reassuring part of these high quality rings is the same and that the rings belong together, just as they themselves do.

In the new "Flora" collection the jewellery manufacturer from Pforzheim has put together four wedding ring models and two jewellery rings which can also be worn together with a wedding ring. The wedding rings of this line are realised in 585 and 750 gold, 950 platinum or 950 palladium and depending on the type offered with perfectly cut white or cognac coloured diamonds. The jewellery rings are also available in 585 and 750 gold, 950 platinum or 950 palladium with perfectly cut white diamonds.


Models: 38-07434-060 apricot gold, 38-07431-070 white gold, 38-07435-025 red, white and apricot gold, pioneer "rose ring" 38-07239-075 apricot and grey gold


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"Carbon kisses Gold“


After the excellent sales success of the first carbon wedding collection from the Fischer company, the second series is now coming on the market which combines carbon the high tech material with precious metals. Under the motto of "Carbon kisses gold" the traditional company from Pforzheim is now bringing four pairs of wedding rings and four jewellery ring models onto the market.


In contrast to the first collection, these rings are not made from carbon tubing but this time carbon fibres pre-impregnated with epoxy resin are inserted into delicately milled areas and wound round the ring many times. The carbon fibres used by Fischer consist of 3,000 to 12,000 individual fibres. In the process the fibres used have to dry for at least 24 hours before the ring can be further processed and receive its end finish. The combination of sunny yellow apricot gold with the deep black is a very special play on colour which has a very harmonious effect and also sets a new trend. Enthusiasts who prefer a cooler colour combination will find the contrast between the white precious metal of palladium and carbon the right choice.


The advantages of carbon used for jewellery are clear to see. As well as the special rigidity and stability of the prepreg carbon, the material is extremely resistant to chemicals and temperature fluctuations and hardly shows any wear.


Each wedding ring is a unique product. In the manufacturing process the individual winding of the tubes can lead to slight differences with the surface colouration of a pair of wedding rings. This underlines the unique character of the model and is not considered to be a visual defect.


The company from Goldstadt Pforzheim has put together a collection of four pairs of wedding rings and four jewellery rings and used carbon to give them a completely new look. A matching men's ring is available on request for the wedding rings and also for the jewellery ring models. All the rings in the carbon collection are naturally meticulously handcrafted in Germany. The special fine feeling of the goldsmith is particularly required for the winding of the carbon fibres.


Depending on the model, the rings in this collection are realised in 585 und 750 apricot or red gold and in 950 palladium and with perfectly cut diamonds in the quality TW/SI.
Models: 23-01080-060 apricot gold with carbon, 23-01140-060 palladium with carbon, Models 23-01070-070 apricot gold with carbon, 23-01110-070 red gold with carbon


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