12 August 2016

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The number of jewelers present at the 28th Biennale des Antiquaires, from September 10th to 18th 2016. They are De Grisogono, Cindy Chao, Boghossian and Nirav Modi. After the antique dealers’ criticism of being upstaged by the jewelers and disagreements related to the new organization, there are ten less than two years ago.

  • Boghossian, an Armenian family who has been in the gemstone business for generations

  • Cindy Chao - Every year, the Taiwanese designer creates an outstanding butterfly

  • De Grisogono was created in 1933 by the Italian-Lebanese designer Fawaz Gruosi

  • Nirav Modi - He comes from an Indian family of diamond merchants and he created his brand in 2010

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