Jewelry is an expression of our culture, but from time immemorial has also been a form of insurance coverage and security asset. The long-established firm of A.E. Köchert Juweliere has been a frequently returning Passion- swege partner with a particularly refreshing attitude; this year, it was teamed up with the Austrian designer Klemens Schillinger. Just returned to Vienna from London, Schillinger was inspired by a talk with Wolfgang Köchert to engage with the fine content of gold and the development of the gold rate in recent decades. In a unique way, his project tells us of data and economic situations. Varying in form and size, bracelet, ring, and pendant represent the respective status quo of the gold rate on a specific date during the last fifty years. Some years are favored by fate, others less so. Moreover, visitors could marvel at the show during the Passionswege in the newly refurbished facilities of the former imperial-royal jewelers to the Habsburg Court.