After meeting Nelson Mandela in 2007 Sabine realized that her talent in capturing stories in precious metal and sculptures can help charities raise significant funds in auctions..Read more
By working with the key patrons and founders of charities she creates unique art pieces representing a personal story or an inspiration for these leaders. These pieces are then auctioned off at select gala dinners raising significant funds for the charity. She set a goal of creating 10 art pieces for 10 unique charities and has so far worked with Nelson Mandela, Damian Aspinall & Prince William and Queen Silvia of Sweden.
This bespoke sculpture created in white & black gold set with black & white diamonds for Nelson Mandela capturing his mystical attachment to the Nguni cattle.This piece was auctioned off at a dinner following his 89th Birthday in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Mystical attachment to the Nguni cattle.I discovered the almost mystical attachment that the Xhosa have for cattle, not only as a source of food and wealth, but as a blessing from God and a source of happiness.-NELSON MANDELA,LONG WALK TO FREEDOM
The Baby Gorilla Oudiki was the inspiration for this sculpture created in white gold, set with blue sapphires and brown & black and white diamonds.This sculpture helped to raise funds for Prince Williams’s charity Tusk and the Aspinall Foundation. Accompanied by Damian Aspinall, the gorillas jetted out to Gabon on a nine-hour flight from Farnborough Airport laid on by Virgin businessman Sir Richard Branson.The Gorillas, which are hand-reared in Kent are free again and return to live wild in Africa.
Oudiki was one of three gorillas hand-reared by zookeepers in Britain after being rejected by their mothers that made a return to the wild in their native African homeland.
The two wild animal parks in Kent House said to be the largest collection in human care, to help halt the extinction of the endangered species.
This sculpture was created in white gold and copper set with green tsavorites to bring to life Her Majesty, Queen Silvia of Sweden’s favorite flower – the Orchid.This sculpture helped to raise funds for her Royal Highness’ Mentor foundation at their gala event in Washington DC. Mentor Foundation USA’s mission is to empower young people to realize their potential and prevent drug abuse.Not only is the orchid the favourite flower of Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden but it also represents an extremely large family of flowering plants.You will find that this genus is huge and that there are all kinds of flowers that are within it – like children of our world. You will see that orchids and children who will be looked after, who will be cultivated and mentored will turn into all kinds of great flowers.
This iconic precious stamp by jewellery artist Sabine Roemer is Number 4 in a limited series of 10 framed mini-sculptures. The famous Royal Mail stamp was specifically created in celebration and honour of HM Queen Elizabeth II ninetieth birthday and in celebration of excellence in British craftsmanship. And is auctioned by Christies’s for the event – WHERE ART MEETS CRAFT to help raise funds for The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST).THE REFLECTING QUEEN
The iconic bejewelled stamp is a historic piece in celebration and honour of HM Queen Elizabeth II ninetieth birthday’.