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Tefaf online with high jewelry

Pendente a nappa con perle di Hemmerle

Tefaf New York Fall, a fair of precious and antiques, will be online this year due to the health emergency (1-4 November, with a preview on 30-31 October, 300 exhibitors). At Tefaf, in addition to the rookies we wrote about here, there are prominent jewelers, such as Hong Kong artist-designer Wallace Chan, Hemmerle, Cindy Chao,…

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Tefaf’s new jewelers  

Bracciale della collezione Genesi di Gismondi 1754

Many debuts, including two Italians, at Tefaf New York Fall, the prestigious fair of precious and antiques that this year, due to coronavirus, will be online. The two italian news are Gismondi 1754 and Vendorafa. The online fair organized by the European Fine Art Foundation (1-4 November plus a preview 30-31 October, 300 exhibitors) includes…

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High jewelery at Pad London

Orecchini di smeraldi di Glenn Spiro

Pad London returns with a group of Maison and high jewelery designer. Here’s who they are ♦ ︎ It’s called Pad London and is the sister of the similar Parisian fair. But this is no less important, at least for jewelry. Indeed, the International Exhibition for Modern Art, Design, Decorative Arts, Photography, Jewelery & Tribal…

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May’s Tefaf jewels

Suzanne Belperron, orecchini in platino con perle e diamanti, anni Cinquanta

Suzanne Belperron and Taffin protagonists of the spring edition of Tefaf in New York ♦ ︎ Founded in fairly recent times, in 1988, Tefaf is considered the world’s leading organization of art, antiques and design. It is a high level fair, with exceptional pieces. Also of jewels. But over time, Tefaf has multiplied by three:…

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Taffin, 20 years in 300 shots

Orecchini con topazio, zaffiri del Montana, ceramica azzurra, oro (dal libro Taffin)

A book about the brilliant designer James Taffin de Givenchy: 300 jewelry images out of the ordinary. It is unlikely that a book can be the mirror of a person. Even the biographies, inevitably, fail to capture exactly what the appearance and character of the subject they are talking about. A picture book, however, has…

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