Alexander van Slobbe 2012 Traveling exhibition Connecting Concepts 2011 Curator exhibition Shanghai Gesture, Museum Willet-Holthuysen Amsterdam 2011 Exhibition DwarsDesign, NAI Rotterdam 2011 Exhibition Sometimes Art Escapes, Central Museum Utrecht 2010 Publication Alexander van Slobbe, and... and... and... 2010 Solo exhibition Fashion for thought, Central Museum Utrecht 2010 Project Shanghai Gesture, World Expo Shanghai 2010 Exhibition Taking a Stance, Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen 2009 Curator exhibition The New Luxury, Bureau Europa, Maastricht 2009 Curator exhibition Dutchness, Salone del Mobile, Milaan 2009 Curator exhibition Gone With The Wind, Zuiderzeemuseum Enkhuizen 2008 Opening concept store, Amsterdam 2008 Pyramids of Makkum, exhibitions in The Netherlands, Milan, New York 2007 Exhibition Tangible Traces - Dutch Architecture and Design in the making, San Paolo, Hong Kong, Djakarta 2007 Exhibition Fashion Porcelain by alexander van slobbe, Royal Tichelaar Makkum 2006 Exhibition Beauty & The Bead, Tropenmuseum Amsterdam 2006 Launch perfume Orson + Bodil 2006 Launch collaboration Royal Tichelaar Makkum, Alexander van Slobbe 2005 Dutch at the edge of design, The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York 2005 Traveling exhibition The Foreign Affair of Dutch Design, London, Berlin, Amsterdam 2003 Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds Award 2003 Relaunch Orson + Bodil 2002 Collaboration Puma Black Station, launch Puma by alexander van slobbe line 2002 Collaboration, exhibition Higher Truth, Middelburg 2002 Collaboration Tomoko Take, Schiedam, Tokyo 2001 Participation Weekend Agenda, Forum Magazine 2000 Exhibition Dutch Design, Stockholm 2000 Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles 2000 Modernism, Overview exhibition Orson & Bodil and SO, Central Museum Utrecht 2000 Lumiance reading on Design and the Role of Brands 1999 Introduction Arnhem Collection under guidance of Alexander van Slobbe 1999 Central Museum, Utrecht, overview Dutch Fashion 1999 K/Haus, Vienna, fashion and the Media 1998 Introduction SO GENES 1998 Amsterdam Museum of Modern Art, Current Dutch Design 1996 Emmy van Leersum Award, Award for stimulating Dutch Fashion in general 1996 Mentalitäten, traveling exhibition on Dutch design 1994 Theo Limperg Award, Award for Best Industrial Designer 1993 Introduction men's label SO 1992 Amsterdam Museum of Modern Art, Dutch Design Exhibition Awards 1991 Fil D'Argent Linen Festival -- Paris, Interpretations on Linen 1990 The Hague Museum, Return of Decoration 1990 Utrecht Museum, exhibition Hall of Good Intentions 1988 Start women's label Orson & Bodil Education: fashion department, Art Academy Arnhem, Holland cum-laude in design, illustrations and styling Born: 25 March 1959, HollandSince Royal Tichelaar has made porcelain buttons for Van Slobbe's fashion label Orson + Bodil and a hand painted cap for one of his perfumes, Alexander van Slobbe and Tichelaar are well acquainted and discovered a common vision. Both value dedicated hand work, quality materials and the importance of history highly. They embarked on the project 'Cultured Pearls of Makkum', which for Tichelaar might be considered a launching pad into the world of fashion. 'Cultured Pearls of Makkum' comprises a series enlarged, flattened as well as halved porcelain 'Cultured pearls', made with different glazing and decorations. The 'Cultured pearls' can be bought as complete necklace or one by one, to enable the wearer to compose her own 'Cultured pearl' rope. These 'Cultured Pearls of Makkum' have become desirable alternatives to the traditional Cultured pearl chain.
|Small Porcelain Cultured Pearl in Platina by Alexander Van Slobbe||Unavailable||0.5 lb|
|Porcelain Half Cultured Pearl in Platina by Alexander Van Slobbe||Unavailable||0.5 lb|
|Porcelain Faceted Cultured Pearl in Platina by Alexander Van Slobbe||Unavailable||0.5 lb|
|Cultured Pearl Necklace Lock with Two Silk Strands by Alexander van Slobbe||Unavailable||0.5 lb|
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Makkum Cultured Pearl Necklace in Platina Collection by Alexander van Slobbe