The European Wonderful Artwork Basis (TEFAF) might be internet hosting an internet honest November 1 – Four with two preview days on October 30 – 31. The digital present takes the place of TEFAF New York Fall, which was canceled due to the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic. Greater than 300 exhibitors are collaborating on this occasion titled, “TEFAF On-line,” together with a variety of up to date jewellery designers and vintage jewellery sellers. Among the jewelers might be exhibiting for the primary time on this prestigious setting.
Those that attend TEFAF On-line could have the choice of stay and rapid interactions with all exhibitors, who might be accessible for dialogue and to conduct enterprise. To nearly attend the occasion, go to the signup web page to pre-register. The collaborating jewelers are as follows:
Up to date jewellery designers and artists
The Hong Kong-based excessive jewellery artist has earned excessive reward all through the world for his dreamlike inventive creations and his groundbreaking strategies as a craftsman. He stays one of many few, probably the one, excessive jewellery artist who designs and crafts his items. He’s change into a well-liked lecturer and he attracts the most important crowds on the most prestigious artwork gala’s. His items have been featured in world famend museums.
For TEFAF On-line, Chan is unveiling the “In Love with Spring” butterfly brooch (high photograph), which highlights each his technical genius and his present for storytelling. Created in 2014, the jewel conveys Chan’s imaginative and prescient of “flying colours” with meticulous gemstone settings. The gem stones on the butterfly’s wings are angled to convey a way of life and motion. Swirling traces and patterns come collectively, forming a labyrinth of colours and fantasies that resemble a butterfly’s utopia of timber and flowers. The piece options an 8.24-carat imperial topaz emerald for the butterfly’s physique. The wings are fabricated from swirling patterns of, rubies, yellow diamonds, orange sapphires, tsavorite garnets and diamonds set in titanium.
Cindy Chao The Artwork Jewel
The Taiwanese excessive jewellery artist now based mostly in Hong Kong has earned worldwide approval for her sculptural gem-encrusted creations. A couple of of her items find yourself at public sale the place they command excessive costs and a few others are exhibited in museums.
One of many jewels she is that includes is the 2020 Black Label Masterpiece III Inexperienced Plumule Brooch. This piece options 487 fancy-cut emeralds of a number of sizes and shapes, totaling 172.58 carats. Seventeen of them come from Colombia, with the most important being 30.06 carats. The emeralds are set in an interlaced- and embossed-like method to create a three-dimensional contour for the brooch that portrays an ethereal look. A complete of 14 barbs, all linked to the yellow diamond-paved rachis with versatile joints present movement. The rachis on the again of the brooch is painted with a layer of black enamel with white and yellow diamonds. The entire gems are set on light-weight and robust titanium so regardless of being 15 centimeters lengthy (6 inches) and crammed with gems. It weighs lower than 49 grams (1.7 ounces).
The Munich, Germany, based mostly excessive jeweler is thought for its distinctive, exceptionally crafted items that may mix something from historical artifacts to high-tech supplies. For this digital occasion, the model has included a one-of-a-kind tassel pendant necklace. The tassel is fabricated from small pure pearls suspended from a base of silver and white gold paved with reverse-set diamonds. The twine is fabricated from smoky quartz beads which were knitted into the spherical utilizing a revived near-extinct Austrian method from the early 19th century of woven, knitted, valuable gem beads. Every bead is hand-hewn and carved, hand-drilled, matched for shade, and punctiliously calibrated and graduated to attain a silky gem-mesh knitted within the spherical, on hand-dyed silk thread.
The German goldsmith makes a speciality of miniature jewels depicting lifelike wildlife themes, enduring geometric shapes, and lifelike depictions of instruments and weapons from the Renaissance and Center Ages. Every thing he does showcases inventive particulars and artisan strategies that mix gold with enamel and quite a lot of coloured gem stones. His items for the honest embrace “Lale VII,” fabricated from yellow and white gold; diamonds; and purple, inexperienced and black vitreous enamel.
Will probably be the primary time this household owned Italian jeweler might be collaborating in TEFAF. For its introduction the Genoa-based firm will unveil the Genesi (Genesis) Assortment. The character-influenced items are impressed by the helix spiral shell of the Nautilus. Massimo Gismondi, the most recent member of the family to move the corporate was impressed by 500-year-old fossils of the ocean creature he noticed on the Pure Historical past Museum of Genoa.
He stated he noticed a hyperlink amongst science, nature, historical past and arithmetic. “I marveled within the perfection of its form and its energy, repeated a large number of instances in nature from galaxies to petals or seeds of the sunflowers in a variety of sizes and proportions,” stated Massimo, CEO and inventive director.
The curvaceous 18okay rose gold strands are paved with diamonds and topped with a row of white ceramic in tear-drop shapes edged in gold.
James Taffin de Givenchy is a French native who opened the New York excessive jewellery home, Taffin, in 1996. Since then he had gained a rising and glowing fame for his up to date one-of-a-kind artwork creations which can be in contrast to no different when it comes to shapes, supplies and shade. The necklace pictured is an instance of the sorts of jewels he creates. Right here he pairs a 57.55-carat blue oval tanzanite with oval and spherical formed pebbles, and units the supplies on platinum and 18okay rose gold.
Is also making its first look at TEFAF, the Valenza, Italy, jeweler makes a speciality of gold creations that mix a variety of outdated world goldsmith strategies with fashionable technological advances. The Onda ring is an instance of this. The jewel combines hammering with excessive polish ending strategies. The sting of the ring is lined with diamonds.
The Hong Kong based mostly excessive jewellery designer started his profession as an apprentice for the avant-garde London jeweler, Shaun Leane. He additionally labored for a number of luxurious homes, together with Louis Vuitton, Georg Jensen and Shanghai Tang, earlier than being appointed director of Design for Excessive Jewellery and Customized Design at Tiffany & Co. In 2019, he launched his eponymous model. He most just lately launched a capsule assortment in partnership with Sotheby’s Diamonds, the retail boutique specializing within the assertion diamonds. One of many items within the assortment is the “Pod Ring,” through which a 4.40-carat fancy deep bluish-green cushion-cut diamond weighing glimmers from a cocoon of reverse-set pavé diamonds in platinum.
The Belgian native discovered her excessive jewellery expertise at Chanel below the tutelage of Karl Lagerfeld’s watchful eye. It’s the place the longtime artist started making jewellery and it’s the place she found the distinctive expertise of French grasp craftsmen. Her fame shortly grew and a 12 months in the past she opened a showroom on Place Vendôme. Not too long ago, she donated the sale of her “Pearl Pearl Rain Fringe Earrings” to UN Girls France to advertise gender equality and the empowerment of girls. The lengthy elegant diamond and pearl earrings have been worn by celebrities that embrace Cate Blanchett and Eva Longoria.
Vintage jewellery sellers
This London agency owned by Didier and Martine Haspeslagh has a singular area of interest amongst collectors and sellers of vintage and classic jewellery. It makes a speciality of jewels created by painters, sculptors, architects and designers from the late 19th to the tip of the 20th century. For this digital honest, considered one of its items is the “Poseidon” necklace by Georges Braque. The 20th century French artist, who works in a variety of media, is greatest recognized for his alliance with Fauvism and the function he performed within the improvement of Cubism along with his colleague Pablo Picasso. This ornate piece is fabricated from 18okay yellow gold and platinum set with diamonds
The Amsterdam-based agency is without doubt one of the main Dutch sellers in vintage jewellery and silver. One of many items she is presenting is the “toi et moi” ring set signed and numbered by Cartier. One ring is in platinum with pavé set sensible reduce diamonds centered with a pear-shaped emerald; and the opposite is in 18okay yellow gold noticed with emeralds and centered with a pear-shaped diamond.
The third-generation gem and jewellery seller is predicated in New York. One of many items the agency is providing for the digital present is an Artwork Moderne gold, platinum, and diamond necklace (Paris, circa 1940) by celebrated French jewellery artist, Suzanne Belperron. Impressed by African neck items, the necklace is layered with alternating strands of clean excessive polished yellow gold and platinum paved with diamonds. The corners are mounted with rivets of polished yellow gold with diamond-set slices within the form of a spotlight.
The famed London seller is considered one of a choose few Royal jewelers. It makes a speciality of historic Fabergé creations and has items and has an in depth assortment that spans from the 18th to 20 century. One piece it’s highlighting on the honest is a “Medusa brooch” (Paris 1870) fabricated from carved agate and yellow gold.