When they opened at the end of the 19th century, they sparkled. But in the wake of numerous transformations and renovations, where are they today?
Here’s the third in the series put together by TFJP and the jewelry department of Christie’s Paris.
TFJP and the Comité Colbert explore gold in tableware, and its ability to go so well with white porcelain, crystal and silver.
It’s all about balance, don’t go for a total coral look!
After gold in gastronomy, fashion and jewelry, it’s time to focus on gold in decoration. The yellow metal has always been an essential element of the...
In its raw form, Cofalit obtained from industrial waste (including asbestos) looks like charcoal. Once polished and cut, it’s more like obsidian.