Sabine Müller lives and works in the Harz Mountains creating unique gold and silver pieces – all of them handmade and available as a single copy, “I work with organic forms,” she says. And so one of her designs, called ‘Becherlinge’, has a matching counterpart in nature: a fungus growing in the autumn woods. Sabine Müller’s ‘Becherlinge’ are miniature cup shaped forms she attaches to rings and bracelets, their surface looks soft, like the pieces have grown naturally instead of being cast. Indeed a Becherling is a species of fungus with various sub types like the common brown cup or the violet fairy cup. They display stunning colours, especially on the inside.