International art fair Biennale des Antiquaries comes to London.
Harrods is set to celebrate the arrival of the international antiques and art fair Biennale des Antiquaries in London with a special exhibition of jewellery set to take place at its Knightsbridge flagship.
Harrods is set to create an “extraordinary in-store experience” for the British public to enjoy by inviting the leading jewellery brands that it works with to showcase their latest collections and stand-out designs.
The sparkling showcase will take place between October 1 and 14 in Harrods’ Fine Jewellery Room, with pieces from Boucheron, Bvlgari, Cartier, Chanel Fine Jewellery, Dior, Harry Winston, Piaget and Van Cleef & Arpels.
This year’s 26th Biennale des Antiquaries has been curated by Karl Lagerfield, creative director at Chanel.
Annalise Quest, general merchandise manager for fine jewellery, Harrods said: "The Fine Jewellery room at Harrods allows visitors to view the world’s leading fine jewellery brands within one room, housing a huge variety of unique pieces and stunning collections to satisfy every taste.
“At Harrods we strive to offer our clients extraordinary experiences and with the permission of the Biennale des Antiquaries in Paris and through the participation of our fine jewellery partners we are delighted to be able to bring the magic and wonder of the Biennale to London, a feat never before achieved in the U.K. This significant collection celebrates the extraordinary talents of each design house and truly cements Harrods Fine jewellery room as a global luxury retail destination.”
The exhibition is the culmination of a series of exciting developments within the Fine Jewellery room at Harrods, including new boutique launches for Cartier, Chanel Fine Jewellery, De Beers and Boodles alongside the arrival of a Piaget boutique and only the second Harry Winston Salon in the UK which opening in the summer.