Elisabeth Treskow

1898 - 19921 artwork

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As a master goldsmith and artist, Professor Elisabeth Treskow (1898-1992) stands for a woman who despite of a non wished for and non liked education became a strong, sophisticated woman. She had a pioneering role in her profession, shaping generations of designers and artists. After many years of trying and experimenting, Elisabeth Treskow re-discovered the technique of Etruscan granulation. She... Read moreAs a master goldsmith and artist, Professor Elisabeth Treskow (1898-1992) stands for a woman who despite of a non wished for and non liked education became a strong, sophisticated woman. She had a pioneering role in her profession, shaping generations of designers and artists. After many years of trying and experimenting, Elisabeth Treskow re-discovered the technique of Etruscan granulation. She worked for the upper-class and for the Church. In 1954 she directed the temporary restoration of the shrine of the Three Kings of Cologne. In 1977 she had already donated some of her collection of modern and antique jewellery and over 1300 of her designs are now in the collection of the Museum of applied Art (Museum für angewandte Kunst) Köln.

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