Founded in 1893 as Gebrüder Lichtenfels and managed since 1951 as Erwin Reich, the company is now managed by the third generation. With a staff of employees, some of whom have been loyal to the company for many decades, Erwin Reich lives the traditions of the gold town of Pforzheim and continues to develop the high-quality jewellery collections with constant innovations. Committed to the highest quality of our craftsmanship, they ensure this daily through their employees, who are highly trained in their respective professions.
From the classic solitaire, to the successful Rivière collection, to the extraordinary creations with the finest diamonds or fascinating-coloured stones, Erwin Reich’s designers know how to set highlights on the international jewellery stage. Our jewellery pays tribute to classic traditions and at the same time picks up on fresh trends.
Rivière – from the French, the river. A specialty of the house of Erwin Reich – diamonds line up seamlessly to form unique bracelets and necklaces. The special craftsmanship of the setting allows the individual stones to grow together into a single unit, as supple as a tailor-made garment.
Only the most beautiful diamonds are selected at the Erwin Reich manufactory in Pforzheim – exclusively from conflict-free sources in accordance with the Kimberley Process. From these stones, diamond experts select the best. This results in unique pieces of jewellery for life’s unforgettable moments.
Faceted coloured stones, cabochon cut – colour combined with glittering diamonds ignite a fascinating firework of colour at Erwin Reich.
The Erwin Reich manufactory is a founding member of the “Made in Germany” initiative. This fits in with the company’s efforts to always live a responsible approach to planet earth and society. Erwin Reich uses only recycled gold and drastically improves the CO2 balance compared to conventional mine gold. The sourcing of the gold is confirmed by the house’s gold suppliers with the COC (Chain Of Custody) certificate of the Responsible Jewellery Council.