The topic of the lecture was Traditional Chinese Medicine and Mr. Xu Wenbing, the founder of the Hope Traditional Chinese Medicine Center, was invited to give a talk on the subject to impart his wisdom and experience. For years, Mr. Xu Wenbing has dedicated his life to the continuation and advancement of traditional Chinese culture, something that Jaquet Droz has also focused on heavily throughout the history of the brand.
The dialog between the watchmaking firm and the illustrious country-continent began in the 18th century, under the initiative of Henri-Louis Jaquet-Droz, one of the firm's founders, who had the idea of establishing a workshop that would produce predominantly for the Chinese market. These frequent exchanges created close and lasting bonds between China and the brand known by its twin stars. In 1783, Jaquet Droz became one of the first watchmaking brand to be admitted into the grounds of the Imperial Palace, where the Emperor Qianlong and his courtiers showed fascination at the originality of Jaquet Droz creations. Certain historic pieces are still conserved today in the Museum of the Forbidden City.
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Shirley Zhang, an international jewelry designer who uses enamel art to connect Eastern to Western cultures, expresses her perception of life in the most poetic and aesthetic way in countless classic jewelry creations.
Jaquet Droz achieves two historic results back to back at Christie's auctions in Geneva.
With this refined and colorful summer creation, the House demonstrates its mastery of plique-à-jour enameling, a technique that demands a rare dexterity for a naturalistic, lively and unique composition.
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