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Madam Stoltz Denmark

It all began in the early 1990s with a young Danish woman, Pernille Stoltz. In order to finance her Asian journey, Pernille bought jewelleries at flea markets in India and sold the same to tourists on the beaches in Greece. After 3 years of travelling and a lot of adventures she returned to Denmark – with her head full of ideas of how to produce her own designs of handicrafts with some of the skillful Indian craftsmen she had met on her journey. In 1995, Pernille opened a small shop selling hooks, baskets, candle stands, jewelleries and Indian saris in the latin quarter of Copenhagen. The shop gave Pernille the opportunity to travel to India frequently and to make her creative ideas become real. In 1997, Pernille started selling to other lifestyle- and gift shops in Denmark – and the wholesale business of Madam Stoltz was born. In 2002, Pernille and her husband Peter, decided to move to Pernille´s native island, Bornholm – in the middle of the Baltic Sea, together with their 2 young daughters. The couple is now running Madam Stoltz in a partnership.
Madam Stoltz has 14 employees on Bornholm and the products are sold in stores all over Europe and now right here in New Zealand.
It all began in the early 1990s with a young Danish woman, Pernille Stoltz. In order to finance her Asian journey, Pernille bought jewelleries at flea markets in India and sold the same to tourists on the beaches in Greece. After 3 years of travelling and a lot of adventures she returned to Denmark – with her head full of ideas of how to produce her own designs of handicrafts with some of the skillful Indian craftsmen she had met on her journey. In 1995, Pernille opened a small shop selling hooks, baskets, candle stands, jewelleries and Indian saris in the latin quarter of Copenhagen. The shop gave Pernille the opportunity to travel to India frequently and to make her creative ideas become real. In 1997, Pernille started selling to other lifestyle- and gift shops in Denmark – and the wholesale business of Madam Stoltz was born. In 2002, Pernille and her husband Peter, decided to move to Pernille´s native island, Bornholm – in the middle of the Baltic Sea, together with their 2 young daughters. The couple is now running Madam Stoltz in a partnership.
Madam Stoltz has 14 employees on Bornholm and the products are sold in stores all over Europe and now right here in New Zealand.