He was a master of his craft. In the shadows, Charles Zuber created crazy high jewelry creations for the most prestigious brands: Piaget, Audemars Piguet, Harry Winston or Parmigiani… His works are sought after today.
According to those who knew him, those who shared his workbenches
and his drawing boards, or more prosaically, those who commissioned him, the master jeweler Charles Zuber was one of the last geniuses in his field to have integrated the new casting techniques with the age-old know-how of fine jewelry, which could rely on micromechanical skills that have become rare today.
As former watch journalist Malcolm Lakin, author of a forthcoming 2019 book on the life and work of Charles Zuber, writes: He was « a man with a genius for finding solutions to unlikely concepts, whose goldsmithing prowess, creative talent and innate sense of innovation benefited the world’s leading watch and jewelry brands. »