Fine Arts Jewelry


It is a fine tradition to make the Family Coat of Arms a firm part of your life. Cufflinks bearing the Family Coat of Arms will express your personality. Experienced craftsmen engrave the cufflinks with the Family Coat of Arms by hand and can even include a monogram on the shoulders. The Coat of Arms shows to advantage on 18-carat, first-class precious metals. An oval or square stone setting and an attractive size will show your family Coat of Arms off at its best.

Here is a selection of the collection.

Fine Jewelry

Timelessly beautiful necklaces and bracelets individually handcrafted by selected artisans.

Customize your family jewelry engraved with your Family Coat of Arms, your initials or a carved cameo according to your personal wishes.

The colliers are 18-carat, high-class precious metals. Whether as a pearl chain or gold chain with pendant or hand-engraved Family Coat of Arms the range is suitable for everyone’s wishes.

Here is a selection of the collection.

  • Bracelet in Yellow Gold with Onyx and Diamonds

The Silver Collection

Enhance your classical style with contemporary elegance. Combine the new trendy collection with your family Coat of Arms to create an item of modern jewelry.

Rings, colliers in 925 sterling silver combined with silver or leather bracelets each of them with a high quality standard of Pro Heraldica.

Here is a selection of the Pro Heraldica collection.


All watches are produced from the German, Pforzheim-based watchmaker H.F. Bauer – which is a family run business. H.F. Bauer stands for exquisite materials, traditionally crafted and backed by many years of expertise in the making of timepieces.

Incorporating your Family Coat of Arms into these high-quality and exclusive chronometers turns your watch into an individual item of jewelry. Whether in yellow gold, white gold, rose gold or platinum, with leather or metal strap, you can choose between 14 models. Create a tangible family tradition which you can admire every day anew on your wrist.

Here is a selection of the Pro Heraldica collection.