Posted by: acejewelers | August 2, 2008

Ace presents Baskania Jewelry exclusively in The Netherlands

Baskania is a Belgium brand of the master goldsmith Raymond Groenen, his wife Micky Groenen and designer Anne Goedeme. In 1983 they started designing and creating fine jewellery in Antwerp, Belgium. In the year 2000 the designed, created and presented an unique and exclusive wrist watch, produced in Switzerland.

Baskania presented at Ace & Dik Jewelers

Baskania presented at Ace & Dik Jewelers

Last month Ace Jewelers Group had the honour to present the exclusive jewellery and watches of Baskania during the jewelry event: Juwelen in het Amstel. This was the beginning of an unique partnership.
Since that event Ace & Dik Juweliers, subsidary of the Ace Jewelers Group of Amsterdam, has the honour to present the fine pieces of jewelry and watches of Baskania in the Netherlands. A part of the unique pieces of Baskania are presented at Ace & Dik Juweliers in the Museum Quarter of Amsterdam.
Baskania manufacturers jewellery in their own workshops in Antwerp.
Customers of Ace Jewelers are welcome by appointment or they can design their unique piece of jewelry with the consultants at Ace & Dik Jewelers. Together with Baskania a ‘piece unique’ can be designed and manufactured for any special occasion. All jewelry pieces are created in 18 carat gold or platinum, combined with real diamonds and natural gem stones.
For an overview of the collections, please visit the website of Baskania. Please do note that the Baskania Team created many truely unique pieces, therefore the collection presented at Ace & Dik Jewelers is a ‘one-of-a-kind’!

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