1812 — 1865

THEORDOR HEIDEN I.

The History of the Heiden jewelers begins with the modeler, engraver and chaser Theodor Heiden, born in 1812.

1850

engraver and chase license for Theodor Heiden

1864

Theodors Heiden's business card

1856

Bust King Ludwig I. of Bavaria

1849

lid cup for Heinrich Heiden

1853 - 1928

THEORDOR HEIDEN II

In spring of 1865 his son Theodor who was twelve years old began a five years apprenticeship with the silversmith Alois Kronenbitter.

1901

German Goldsmith's Day and Sellini Celebration in magazine "Illustrierte Welt"

1882

Original draft of a business card for Theodor Heiden

1900

Grail in celebration of the anniversary of thr Richard Wagner Festivals

1914

Munich's mayor chain and ring of honor

1892 - 1969

THEORDOR HEIDEN III.

The company was taken over by his son Theodor Heiden, born in 1892, together with his brothers Wilhelm and Eduard.

1930 - 2007

ALBRECHT "BURSCHI" HEIDEN

Soon the next generation collaborated, too: Albrecht “Burschi“ Heiden, born in 1930. also learned the goldsmith artisanry

1980

Frog brooch with opal and ruby eye

1981

The emerald set is penned by Albrecht "Burschi" Heiden and was crafted for an opening event in Ney York

1980

The Ruby set is a Albrecht "Burschi" Heiden classic and typical for the 80ies. Curb bracelet yellow gold 750 with ruby cabochon surrounded with small brilliants

HEUTE

MAXIMILIAN HEIDEN

Maximilian Heiden assumed the management of the company from Albrecht Heiden in 2000, after having learned the business from him from the ground up.

1990

Technical drawing of the masterpiece

1990

Watercolor drawingof the masterpiece

1990

Crafted for the craftman's examination. Openable ball in form of a cross in yellow gold 750 with granulation yellow gold 900, brilliants, sapphires and ruby

Leather bracelet "Stonehenge" with gemstones, penned by Maximilian Heiden

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