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This One-of-a-Kind Showcase Will Feature 'Fine Collectibles and Rarities'

The Nonesuch Fine Collectibles and Rarities takes place at the Peninsula Manila from October 27 to October 29.
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After giving us the highly anticipated Art Fair Philippines and Art in the Park, its organizers have added another annual event to mark on our calendar.


The Nonesuch Fine Collectibles and Rarities' Lisa Periquet, Trickie Lopa, and Dindin Araneta

This month, Dindin Araneta, Trickie Lopa, and Lisa Periquet unveil their latest project, The Nonesuch Fine Collectibles and Rarities, taking place at the Peninsula Manila.

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Maria Closa; Kit Roxas

Billed as a “one-of-a-kind showcase of storied objects and exceptional quality,” The Nonesuch will cater to a broader range of connoisseurs as it features art, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, maps, prints, and other rare collectibles.


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Maria Angelica Rare Finds' Maria Angelica Bermejo; 

“Those interested in art likely gravitate to singular, finely wrought, pieces that speak of heritage, carry interesting stories, and tell of the memories embedded in them,” explains Lopa.


Trickie Lopa with The Peninsula Manila's Mark Choon and Mariano Garchitorena

Taking its cue from long-running fine arts and antiques fair in Europe, in particular Masterpiece London and the European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht, Nonesuch will feature leading purveyors of objets d’art, including Tawalisi Antiques and Osmundo for furniture and home accessories; Gallery Deus with its colonial and tribal Philippine arts; Unang Panahon for antique jewelry, glass, frames and carvings; Gallery of Prints for antique maps and prints, and Leon Gallery for a wide range of art.

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Stephanie Zubiri-Crespi; Mark Gonzales

Besides selecting the exhibitors, the fair’s organizers have lined up a lecture series to enhance the visitor experience over the three-day event. One of the sessions will feature Emmanuel Breguet, general manager and in-house historian and archivist of the Swiss luxury watchmaker Breguet. Flying in from Geneva for the event, Breguet will speak about the brand’s heritage and other aspects of fine watchmaking.

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The Nonesuch's exhibitors

See a sampling of the objets d’art to be shown below:


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The Nonesuch Fine Collectibles and Rarities will run from October 27 to 29, the Peninsula Manila, Ayala corner Makati Avenues, Makati; nonesuchfair.com or follow @nonesuchfair on Instagram and thenonesuchfair on Facebook.

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