Brussels jeweller celebrates Art Nouveau style
BRUSSELS, June 26, 2011 – Brussels jewellery retailer senses-artnouveau, located near the Grand-Place in the historic centre of the Belgian capital, celebrates Art Nouveau, displaying a variety of products from reproduction silver jewels to Murano glass pendants.
Owner Jacopo Giola offers a range of Art Nouveau styles, including silver jewels, porcelain plates featuring Gustav Klimt imagery, English biscuit tins, and a collection of pieces inspired by Belgian Art Nouveau architect Victor Horta.
The shop, at Rue Lebeau 31, features Murano glass pendants adorned in Art Nouveau decorative styles, as well as jewels created by Jacopo’s wife Isabelle Leloup, which have been worn by Belgian royalty,
Retail price points of jewellery in the boutique span some 200-500 euros.
Customers are mainly tourists, expatriate residents of Belgium , and Belgian nationals who are interested in Art Nouveau, Jacopo says.