Gold is a child of Zeus, neither moth nor rust devoureth it, but the mind of man is devoured by this supreme possession

Pindar, 5th century BC
In today's fast-moving world, it is easy to get caught up in the day-to-day hustle and bustle. Often, we forget to stop, take in and appreciate the beauty around us.

At Juwelier Zubler, we believe in bringing your dreams to life with the art of jewellery. After all, art and culture are what make us who we are and, in many ways, what make us human. Come to our studio and experience the time-honoured craft of jewellery design.


Andrea D. Capello is the other part of the duo that runs Juwelier Zubler. He has always been fascinated by beauty in all its shapes and forms. However, it was his keen sense for art, people, ornaments and trends that destined the creative mind of Juwelier Zubler to become a goldsmith. He designs items for all age groups: from classic compositions to his own contemporary collection.
Beatrice Pfister is half of the creative twosome behind Juwelier Zubler. She understands like no other how to translate her attention to detail into spectacular jewellery. Her passion for the wonders of nature extends beyond goldsmithing: she trawls mineral shows, prospects for gemstones and cuts and polishes her finds herself. After gemology, her second love is scuba diving, particularly underwater photography. Her interpretations of sea creatures make up the Capsule Collection, which she is happy to display on request.


Working with precious stones and metals represents a huge responsibility that we take very seriously: from carefully selecting gemstones to exclusively processing high-quality recycled metals to cooperating with parties in regions such as Africa.

We source almost all large stones from our longstanding, esteemed partner van Amstel. Van Amstel supplies exclusively conflict-free diamonds of every size and grade at fair prices. We are happy to assist you in finding the perfect stone.

Sustainability is a key issue when processing precious metals. We take special care to ensure that all our metals are certified as sustainable by Oeko-Gold

Karte Afrika/Tanzania
Our team has been travelling to Tanzania, Africa for several years. The 200-million-year-old riverbed in the Umba Valley is an ideal location to prospect for gemstones deposited there millions of years ago. These are "secondary deposits" that require no underground mining. We dig and sort by hand or with simple tools and machines.

The Umba region is known for producing a wide variety of garnets and sapphires in unusual hues. Being natural products, many change colour depending on the light (artificial / natural light). That is why we call them "sapphires with a difference". 

In the Umba Valley, we work hand in hand with local miners and experts from the Southern and Eastern African Mineral Center, or SEAMIC for short. Our relationship is not restricted to gemstones, but has evolved over the years into a close friendship with the locals. It is very important for us to give something back to them. For example, we help improve the local infrastructure in this small village and the nearby school. 

Since we have traced every step in the gemstone's path – from finding it in Africa to cutting, polishing and setting in here in Switzerland – we can say with a clear conscience that our stones are responsibly and ethically sourced. You will receive a fully sustainable piece of jewellery made from recycled precious metals.

Immersing ourselves in this different world, experiencing the hospitality, steel-blue sky, deep red earth and calm, good-hearted people – all these impressions make up the unique moments in which we learn once again to consciously enjoy and appreciate the beauty around us.


In 1958, Max Zubler completed a goldsmithing apprenticeship at Zurbuchen, a highly regarded jewellery studio in Zurich. Upon graduating, he travelled to Germany to learn how to set gemstones and design jewellery.

Back in Switzerland, he continued his career at Schwarz, a storied goldsmithy in the Limmatquai pedestrian zone. After working there for several years, he was offered the opportunity to take over the business. The company relocated to Limmatplatz Square, and the Zubler Studio was born.
In 1990, the company moved to its current location on Hirschgraben Road, where it provides jewellery repairs and custom jewellery as well as designs and pieces for well-known jewellery stores in Zurich. Zubler's ideas have fuelled many trends in the Zurich region over the years.

In 2012, after a long, successful career, Zubler handed over the studio to his former apprentices and valued employees for many years, Beatrice Pfister and Andrea D. Capello.

All the work is done at the Zurich studio wherever possible. In addition to conceiving new jewellery, we also restore existing pieces.