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Fine Art and Fine Jewellery fair to open at the Shanghai Exhibition Center in November
Most of the famous names who contribute to the fame and reputation of SFJAF come back for this spectacular edition to meet the Chinese and international collectors.
SHANGHAI.- A major event of the art market in Asia, the Fine Art and Fine Jewellery fair, SFJAF returns to Shanghai Exhibition Center from November 3 to 11, 2012. Created in 2007 by Nicolò Mori and Maximin Berko, who is himself, issue of a famous Belgian antique dealer’s family, it is the only Fine Art Fair of such quality in Asia.

SFJAF brings together some of the world’s most exclusive galleries, the most prestigious ones in their domain. After two successful editions, SFJAF is now a reference on art market in Asia for antiques/antiquities, modern and contemporary art and fine jewellery.

Most of the famous names who contribute to the fame and reputation of SFJAF come back for this spectacular edition to meet the Chinese and international collectors. In China interest in the Arts is soaring. So the galleries like Bernard De Leye, Lorenz Bäumer or Pearl Lam participate again to the art fair.

Selected by a committee of the highest requirement as for the quality and the authenticity of the works, these galleries present exceptional pieces. A vetting procedure ensures that the SFJAF exhibits are only exceptional works of art.

The Shanghai Exhibition Center as much as the sober and elegant scenography contribute to create a museum setting around these works.

Shanghai Fine Jewellery and Art Fair from November 3 to November 11, 2012



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