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Fine Art Asia 2017 takes the spotlight this Year!


by Kate Ng


Now in its 12th year, the renowned Fine Art Asia 2017 has continued to maintain its reputation as Asia’s forerunner and leading fair dedicated to art and antiques.

From 30 th September – 3 rd October 2017, at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, this international fair will showcase collectible antiques, fine art, jewelry along with vintage timepieces and sought-after whisky!

Scroll down for a sneak peak of the fair’s best vintage timepieces and collectible whiskies.


(From left – right) The ‘Birds Nest’, ‘Caribbean’and ‘Pinkerton’. 1969. Image Courtesy of Fine Art Fair Asia.


A trio of bracelet watches from the ABOUT TIME Collection. These 18ct gold bracelet watches adorned with amethyst, aquamarine and tourmaline crystal are produced in a limited series designed by Andrew Grima in collaboration with OMEGA.
Andrew Grima was a British Royal jewellery, designer and artisan. He became the foremost modern jewellery designer in the 1960s and 1970s. In 1969, Grima was commissioned by OMEGA to create a collection of watches which became known as ABOUT TIME Collection.

This limited series of watches used striking and avant garde forms to create the analogy of the passage of time. Grima also used precious stones as the watch glass for the focus of “Seeing time through gemstones”.


Patek Philippe Brooch Watch. 1957. Manual Mechanical. Case Diameter: 28mm. £17,800.00. Image Courtesy of Fine Art Fair Asia.


This 18ct yellow gold, enamel and diamond set brooch watch is an unusual creation by Patek Philippe. It comes with an elaborately designed case featuring diamond set bezel and enamel ‘leaves’ that can be won as necklae on a chain. 


18ct yellow gold, blue enamel, pearl and diamond set verge watch, c.1780. Image Courtesy of Fine Art Fair Asia.


Jefferys & Jones were partners between 1769- 1800 and their business was based in Cockspur Street, London.

The company produced exceptional timepieces for nobility and this particular piece is similar to a verge watch produced for Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852). Pieces by Jefferys and Jones can be found in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England and at the Royal Collection Trust. 


18ct yellow gold pair cased quarter repeating verge watch, featuring a red agate case back embellished with gems. W40mm x H55mm x D28mm. c.1770. Image Courtesy of Fine Art Fair Asia.


This beautiful watch was made by Henry Higginson, London who was admitted into the Clockmakers Company in 1724. Henry and his brother Samuel were both esteemed makers of watches and watch cases.


Fine Art Fair Asia 2017

30th September – 3rd October 2017
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre



Luxglove is proud to be a media partner of Fine Art Asia 2017. For more information on Fine Art Asia 2017, click here.

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