The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) 2021 will play host to a number of big players in the jewellery world when it kicks off in under two weeks’ time.
TEFAF Online 2021 is a digital-only event running from 9-13 September, before the show returns with a full, physical event for its special 35th anniversary edition in Maastricht in the Netherlands in March 2022.
Included in the line-up for the September digital show will be everyone from Fabergé specialist Wartski to vintage high jewellery gallery Marjan Sterk.
Elsewhere, Van Cleef & Arpels displays its 1968 rose clip with detachable stem in yellow and white gold with diamonds.
The oldest piece TEFAF has revealed so far will be a Aardewerk Antiquair corsage ornament from circa 1860.
A number of more recent pieces made this year will also be exhibited, including a 12.64ct diamond ring from Hemmerle.