The Utzon Heritage - 1906

Utzon Heritage since 1906

Originating in 1906, our heritage stretches back more than a century offering us unique experience and excellence in creating art & design. Our outstanding heritage is applied daily in the pursuit of innovating and creating our astonishing jewellery and to push the frontier of superiority. It includes world-wide renown architecture and art made on request of the Royal Danish Court. Discover more about our heritage and explore the world of Utzon below.

Legacy of Products

1906

Einar Utzon-Frank (30 March 1888 – 15 July 1955) Starts creating art and design in Copenhagen.

1910

Einar Utzon-Frank quickly gained a considerable reputation for his impeccable work

1914

Einar Utzon-Frank crafted the Afrodite bronze statue for the Danish Museum of art.

1942

Jorn Utzon (9 April 1918 – 29 November 2008), the architect of the Sydney Opera House, has major interest in arts and is enrolled in the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.

1948

Birgitte Utzon (daughter of Einar Utzon-Frank) starts designing jeweller together with her husband Erik Herløw for the Royal Jeweller A. Michelsen (later bought by Georg Jensen).

1954

Einar Utzon-Frank has by this point created a major reputation for art and design and had the privilege of creating the statue of the Danish King Christian X

1973

Jorn Utzon finishes the Sydney Opera House – An architectural Icon of the 20th century and part of UNESCO World Heritage. It has been named a master piece of all time.

1980

Birgitte Utzon starts producing high-end Jewellery for private and international clients

2005

Jorn Utzon starts producing collections of exclusive home accessories

2014

Utzon Jewellery is established by Einar Utzon-Frank’s great grandson Johannes Utzon

2015

Utzon Jewellery presents its first collections at the Sydney Opera House in Australia

2016

Utzon Jewellery has Christmas exhibition atd’Anglettere in Copenhagen – Denmark’s most Iconic and luxurious Hotel.

1906

Einar Utzon-Frank (30 March 1888 – 15 July 1955) starts creating art and design in Copenhagen.

1914

Einar Utzon-Frank crafted the Afrodite bronze statue for the Danish Museum of art.

1948

Birgitte Utzon (daughter of Einar Utzon-Frank) starts designing jewellery together with her husband Erik Herløw for the Royal Jeweller A. Michelsen (later bought by Georg Jensen).

1973

Jorn Utzon finishes the Sydney Opera House – An architectural Icon of the 20th century and part of UNESCO World Heritage. It has been named a master piece of all time.

2005

Jorn Utzon starts producing collections of exclusive home accessories

2015

Utzon Jewellery present its first collections at the Sydney Opera House in Australia


Legacy of Products

1910

Einar Utzon-Frank quickly gained a considerable reputation for his impeccable work

1942

Jorn Utzon (9 April 1918 – 29 November 2008), the architect of the Sydney Opera House, has major interest in arts and is enrolled in the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.

1954

Einar Utzon-Frank has by this point created a major reputation for art and design and had the privilege of creating the statue of the Danish King Christian X

1980

Birgitte Utzon starts producing high-end Jewellery for private and international clients

2014

Utzon Jewellery is established by Einar Utzon-Frank’s great grandson Johannes Utzon

2016

Utzon Jewellery has Christmas exhibition at d’Anglettere in Copenhagen – Denmark’s most Iconic and luxurious Hotel.