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23 September 2016

Biennale des Antiquaires: what place do jewelers have?

De Grisogono, Cindy Chao, Boghossian and Nirav Modi, the only 4 jewelers to participate in last September’s Biennale des Antiquaires at the Grand Palais in Paris. They numbered 14 in 2014. Jean-Daniel Compain, general manager of this prestigious fair, goes over the jewelers’ role and importance.

Portrait and banner picture: © Kelly Ann Taub

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