26 October 2016
Forty paintings and engravings belonging to Versailles were selected for their representations of finery, little of which has survived. From Louis XIV to the Second Empire come tiaras, girandoles, golden fleeces, chatelaines and medals, each more sumptuous than the other.
“Le goût de la parure” (The Taste for Finery) at the Château d’Angers – From October 15th 2016 to January 15th 2017
In its annual Monaco sale, Artcurial includes around twenty Cartier panthers coming from a personal collection that a great jewelry lover gave as a present...
Over the last decade, Mélanie Georgacopoulos has masterfully taken mother-of-pearl, her favorite material, out of the classical register thanks to...
In Paris, White Bird presents the new unique jewelry pieces by Cathy Waterman passionate about the Middle Ages.
On her Caillou site, Anne-Lise Delsol sells her selection of antique pieces and solo earrings mode from elements adorning hatpins.