Through Time

2015, USA - Shamballa Eyewear line launched in collaboration with Larry Sands.
2014, Switzerland - Mono brand boutique launched on Bhanhofstrasse in Zurich with La Serlas
2012, Copenhagen - New flagship store opens at the exclusive shopping street, Ny Østergade in Copenhagen.
2012, Switzerland, Basel World - The watch and Jewellery show.  Shamballa Jewels’ exhibits for the first time at the world's largets watch and jewellery show.
2011-2012, Paris, London, LA, Zürich – Shamballa Jewels available at prestigious retailers - Colette in Pairs, La Serlas in Zürich, Harrods in London, Montaigne Market and Colette in Paris and Maxfield in Los Angeles.
2010, Paris – French Vogue features a full page article on Shamballa Jewels.
2008, Copenhagen- The first ever interview with the Danish crown prince couple is published. In the photos HRH Crown Princess Mary wears her Shamballa Jewels bracelet containing a pavé ball with the very rare Argyle pink diamond.
2008, New York – American Vogue features Shamballa Jewels.
2007, New York –Shamballa Jewels is now available at Barneys New York.
2007, Las Vegas – Shamballa Jewels participates at the by-invitation-only ‘Couture’ jewellery fair in Las Vegas in June.
2007, Copenhagen – Shamballa Jewels becomes the leading external brand to be sold Hartmanns, one of Copenhagen’s most respected fine jewellery store, marking an important turning point in Shamballa Jewels’ history.
2007. Los Angeles- Supermodel Helena Christensen wears the first full pavé diamond bracelet to Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party.
2007, Copenhagen - The first Shamballa Jewels diamond pavé ball is created and incorporated in a bracelet. An instant best seller, pavé balls will go on to be intricately linked to our identity.
2005, Las Vegas – Shamballa Jewels invited as one of the 5 ‘Rising Stars’ to the JCK jewellery show.
2005, Copenhagen – Mads and Mikkel Kornerup establish Shamballa Jewels in Copenhagen Denmark.
Shamballa Jewels was founded by Mads and Mikkel Kornerup in 2005, but their story already began much earlier. Read more about The brothers on the website.

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