Jewellery artist Wallace Chan is anticipated to once again make waves at TEFAF (The European Fine Art Foundation), which is scheduled for March 9 to 19 in Maastricht.
The only Asian jewellery artist selected to exhibit at the fair, Chan is returning with 40 exceptional pieces including the Ruby Castle ring, which features a 17.58-carat hexagonal-shaped Burmese ruby; Birth and Blossom earrings, which are made of pearls and emeralds, and embellished with other gems; A Lyrical Moment bangle, a beautifully crafted cuff bracelet entirely covered in coloured gemstones and diamonds; and A Tale of Two Dragons brooches, which are made of a Qing dynasty white jade dragon belt hook cut in halves, diamonds and coloured gemstones.
Recognised as one of the world’s top jewellery creators, artists and innovators, Chan had the distinction of being the first Chinese jewellery artist invited to various international exhibitions.
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