In the tranquil town of Trimmis, Switzerland, Gerd Mattheiss weaved not just dreams, but golden revolutions. As if blessed with the Midas touch, whatever he set his mind to would sparkle with brilliance and golden ingenuity. Two decades of navigating the intricate maze of management consulting had honed his analytical and strategic skills. But beneath this seasoned exterior lay a heart that pulsated with passion and creativity. In 2007, a profound realization dawned on him: it was time to move from boardroom strategy to the realm of golden invention.
Mattheiss' home in Trimmis became the cradle of breakthrough innovations. Within its confines, and especially in the sanctuary of his basement, countless ideas sprouted, grew, and blossomed. Here, surrounded by tools, metals, and an indomitable spirit, Gerd dedicated himself to the art of inventing. His vision wasn't limited to the glitter of precious metals; it extended to broader horizons. Determined to develop sustainable solutions for the future, he envisioned environmentally friendly and cost-effective propulsion technologies that had the potential to redefine transportation for cars and boats. This quest was not only about innovation, but also about fostering harmony between nature and human progress.
In the midst of these pioneering endeavors, however, a patented process emerged that would become a beacon of his craftsmanship and a game-changer in the world of metallurgy. Gerd Mattheiss developed a technique to seamlessly coat objects not only with precious metals such as gold or silver, but also with non-precious metals, offering unparalleled versatility. This wasn't just an invention; it was a qualitative revolution in the market, combining aesthetics and functionality in a way never before imagined.
From this groundbreaking process came two iconic brands that embody Gerd's passion and genius: Gold Sugar and NOBLINE. Gold Sugar emerged as the epitome of luxury, translating the ancient allure of gold into everyday moments. Each sugar cube, meticulously crafted and plated in 24-karat gold, became a symbol of opulence and a testament to Gerd's relentless pursuit of perfection.
On the other hand, NOBLINE became synonymous with bespoke luxury and encapsulated the essence of Mattheiss's revolutionary coating process. Whether it was the allure of a gold leaf or the luster of a metallic accessory, NOBLINE promised unparalleled elegance and set new standards in luxury.
The filigree masterpieces have attracted the attention of customers from all over the world - from Russian oligarchs to Arab sultans. They all want Gerd Mattheiss to cover their lives in gold. Why not join them? The picture shows Gerd Mattheiss and rapper 50 Cent together in New York City.