THE EUROPEAN FINE ART FAIR (TEFAF) is the worldwide, leading art fair. It takes place in spring every year in Maastricht/Netherlands in the Congress Centre MECC.
240 leading exhibitors from around the world present their most important art objects. Each exhibit is judged by evaluation teams with about 190 renowned art experts.
On this page you can find various events like for instance exhibitions or conferences that could stimulate your interest on silver presented in its historical context. The page is being regularly updated.
The Crown Treasury of the Wawel Royal Castle
from May 2019, in the Wawel Royal Castle, Cracow.
Reopening and presentation of the Kasimir Room in the castle’s Crown Treasury. Helga Matzke European Silver has given on loan three outstanding Renaissance objects on this occasion. More info…
Bavarian National Museum, Munich
New permanent display in the Bavarian National Museum. On the second floor of the west wing. Around 1.600 objects in 1.300 sqm. and twelve completely renewed rooms show the grandeur of the Baroque and Rococo. These treasures are now in a fascinating and interesting way presented. Read more…
Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg
Permanent exhibition: DECORATIVE ARTS OF THE BAROQUe
The opulence of the Baroque period opened up significant spheres of work for the decorative arts. Works in silver from German regions are represented by numerous high-quality examples
The Baroque to Classicism Collections bear clerical and secular evidence of courtly and everyday culture of the Baroque and Rococo as well as masterpieces of the Classicism, influenced by the Zeitgeist of Enlightenment.
The first and only museum of Huguenot history in Britain.
The museum shows wonderful objects made of silver (among others) and tells the important story of Britain’s first refugees, the crafts, the trade and the skills Huguenots brought with them. The impact and their contribution on the development of Great Britain is also a central topic. Read more…
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