06 September 2017

Five new jewelers at the 2017 Biennale

The Place Vendôme companies have abandoned the proceedings for the second year running – to the delight of various art gallery owners and dealers, who viewed their success and the phenomenal attention drawn by their lavish stands with a jaundiced eye. Some lesser-known independent foreigners have now filled the gap: Boghossian, Moussaieff and India’s Nirav Modi, all former dealers in diamonds or precious stones, and the designers Anna Hu from Taiwan and the UK’s Glenn Spiro. Will French jewelers be returning next year, as the Biennale hopes? Watch this space…

  • Boghossian - "Kissing" ring made of a diamond and a Zambian emerald

  • Nirav Modi - Cuff made of Colombian emeralds and diamonds

  • G by Glenn Spiro - "Fishbone" earrings made of gold, titanium, spessartite garnets, orange sapphires and diamonds

  • Moussaieff - "Traffic Light" pendant made of a 43.8-carat Colombian emerald, a 158.81-carat sapphire and rubies of 5.16 and 4.02 carats

  • Anna Hu - "Van Gogh Iris" bracelet made of diamonds, multicolored sapphires, tsavorites...

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