Australian Wildflower Designs
Wolfgang Schulze was trained in metal smithing by a master craftsman in Germany.
To express his creativity he started enameling which led to pewter work depicting wildflower designs in jewellery to which were added spoons, candlesticks, cheeseboards etc.
Each piece starts with a rough sketch, his ideas change as it develops. Wolfgang uses knives, chisels, files and a rotary tool to carve his intricate designs out of pewter.
It takes days to complete each design. He makes a mould and then reproduces limited editions. Each piece is hand finished by Wolfgang.
He continues to create new designs and his wife Janette is involved by bringing the feminine aspect to each design.