JEWELRY & WATCHES
Built in 1891 and one of only three historic market halls remaining in Berlin, Markthalle IX has undergone a revival in recent years, now hosting a farmers’ market every Friday and Saturday from 10am- 6pm. See website for more events, like the popular Street Food Thursdays. www.markthalle9.de. Eisenbahnstr. 42– 43. T: 030.577094661. U Görlitzer Bahnhof. G4
With a dedicated Rolex and Patek Philippe corner and a wide range of other prestigious watch brands, as well as exclusive jewelry creations, the Bucherer store provides first-class service and a unique shopping experience. www.bucherer.com. Friedrichstr. 176179. T: 030.2041049. U Französische Straße. E3; Kurfürstendamm 45. T: 030.8804030. U Uhlandstraße. B4
A family business since 1874, one of Berlin's most prestigious watchmakers and jewelers showcases Rolex, Cartier, Raymond Weil, and Tudor. www.juwelier-lorenz.de. Rheinstr. 59. T: 030.8512020. U Friedrich-Wilhelm- Platz.
Each piece of Niessing jewelry tells a story about the jewelry house, in business since 1873, and comes with a personal touch from its creator. Lively pieces in gold, platinum, or stainless steel. www. niessingberlin.de. Stilwerk/Kantstr. 17. T: 030. 31809075. S Savignyplatz. B4
One of the oldest family businesses in Germany is renowned for its passion for fine jewelry and watches. Also visit their Rolex boutique on the Ku’damm. www.wempe.de. Kurfürstendamm 215. See website for more locations. T: 030.8826878. U Uhlandstraße. C4; Friedrichstr. 82. T: 030.20399920. U Französische Straße. E3