A TALK ABOUT LACLOCHE JEWELERS ON MARCH 6TH AND MARCH 7TH 2020 — February 5, 2020

A TALK ABOUT LACLOCHE JEWELERS ON MARCH 6TH AND 7TH 2020
TEFAF Suite 1.3, MECC Maastricht

To register and for all other information: claire.zaccariotto@vancleefarpels.com
Seats are limited and subject to reservation


Bracelet, buff-top rubies, diamonds, onyx, platinum, 1925, LA Collection Privée © 2019 Christie’s Images Limited

Within the setting of the prestigious fine arts, antiques and design fair, TEFAF Maastricht, which each year brings together masterpieces from the different art disciplines, from Ancient Art to paintings by the Masters to High Jewelry, The School of Jewelry Arts will present a unique conversation dedicated to the Maison Lacloche, Friday, March 6th and Saturday, March 7th.  Today unknown by the general public, the Maison Lacloche played a major role in the glory of Parisian jewelry during seven decades.   Laurence Mouillefarine, curator of the  Lacloche Exposition presented in Paris at the end of 2019, at The School of Jewelry Arts, will recount the adventures of the Lacloche Brothers, enriched with innumerable trenchant anecdotes, and of Jacques Lacloche, from the end of the 19th century up to the 1960s.

Speakers :
Laurence Mouillefarine: Journalist, specialist in the art market, co-author of the monograph  Lacloche Jewelers et Curator of the exposition which was held at The School of Jewelry Arts L’École des Arts from October 23rd to December 20th 2019
&
Gislain Aucremanne:  Teacher at The School of Jewelry Arts, art historian and specialist in antique jewelry


Cuff bracelet in white and yellow gold, silver and cabochon coral, signed J. Lacloche, Cannes, 1937. LA Collection Privée. © Photo Luc Pâris


Bracelet in gold, enamel, engraved rubies, diamonds, made in 1938 by the Atelier Verger for Jacques Lacloche. Private Collection. Photo Benjamin Chelly

 

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