Thomas Sabo, jewellery with a rebel spirit.
At the beginning of the 80's, Thomas Sabo launched a line of unisex silver jewellery which was admired for its finishings, its strong character and its rock’n’roll overtones. Some 30 years later, the brand has grown and now also offers watches and a collection of fine jewellery... without losing any of its rebellious spirit.
Silver jewellery full of character.
Thomas Sabo founded his jewellery brand in Bavière in 1984. We don't know an awful lot about him, except that he is self-taught and is passionate about jewellery and music, especially rock music. Although Thomas Sabot rapidly made a name for himself in German-speaking countries, he had to wait until 1992 and the arrival of Susanne Kölbli as the brand’s creative director for the company to expand internationally. It was then that it discovered its true DNA with the Sterling Silver range: young, jewellery, encapsulating dark romanticism and sometimes with an added touch of humour. The first boutique dedicated to the brand opened in Frankfurt in 1998, followed by numerous others, in addition to dedicated sales spaces in department stores worldwide. In the 2000's, the Thomas Sabo Charm Club was created, enabling adepts to customise their jewellery and collect the different pendants with new ones coming out each season. The label then turned its attention to men's jewellery with Rebel at Heart - a line combining blackened sterling silver, leather and black zircon gemstones - before launching a collection of watches.
Worn and represented by model Poppy Delevingne and violinist David Garrett, an ever-increasing number of personalities around the world are coming under the charm of the Silver collection. Today it unites Glam & Soul women's jewellery and the line of Thomas Sabo jewellery for men, Rebel at heart. As for the watches - three-hand chronograph models, all of the highest quality, come in steel, ceramic and leather.
From jewels that rock to fine jewellery.
In 2014, a new unisex collection inspired by Indian traditions came out: Karma Beads, semi-precious stones and cultured pearls bringing to mind tribal talismans. It was also the opportunity for the brand to enlist the services of other personalities, this time Formula 1 driver Nico Rosberg and top model and member of rock royalty Georgia May Jagger. The same year, the company unveiled its first line of fine jewellery, Thomas Sabo Fine Jewellery, using luxury materials like yellow, pink and white 18 carat gold, together with diamonds and other precious stones. One year later, the addition of customisable bracelets and necklaces by virtue of multiple engraving possibilities enhanced the jewellery range even further. With its personalised silver jewellery, Thomas Sabo injects a touch of rock'n'roll and creates a slightly nonchalant androgynous aesthetic. Amongst the brand's key articles, we can mention: