Amsterdam Sauer is a perfect example of Brazilian jewellery. In 1939, 18-year-old Frenchman Jules Roger Sauer decided to start afresh in Brazil. He instantly fell in love with the colourful and enigmatic world of gemstones, and it was the beginning of a life-changing journey. In 1966, Amsterdam Sauer was the first South American jeweller to win the Diamonds International Award - the most prestigious recognition in international jewellery - for its Constellation ring created by designer Marcel Küng. Winner of the prestigious De Beers Design Award and the De Beers Millennium Award, Amsterdam Sauer has carved a niche in the jewellery industry as the hallmark of design and achievement.