You can get acquainted with the art objects made by leading masters from Germany and Russia at the booth B6.428 on October 26-28 in Munich Trade Fair Center.
Visitors of the show will be the first to see the artworks in animalistic and floristic genres, which have never been exhibited before.

The interior miniature “The Ghost of the Tulip”, as envisioned by the author, will revive memories of the Tulip Era in Holland, which broke out in the first half of the 17th century, when the French and German aristocracy spent their fortunes not for gold and precious stones, but for the fleeting beauty of this royal flower. 

New artwork made by hereditary stone carver Patrick Dreher will not leave indifferent collectors and connoisseurs of natural beauty. From the crystal-clear green beryl master created a cute image of a frog, purposefully climbing up to the top. 

Dreherdt studio made by G. Pylin
The first artwork in the series “Dragons of the East” will take your breath away with a seething temper, personifying the power of the ancient Japanese water deity Watatsumi-no-kami. In the author's idea, this series will reveal interesting details of legends and myths about dragons from different Oriental countries, emphasizing their commonality and uniqueness of each. 

History and centuries-old traditions of stone carving art are hidden in the author's artworks, presented by the DREHERDT Studio brand. They are exquisitely revealed in the images and natural beauty of the materials. Stones are carefully selected at well-tried dealers in Idar-Oberstein. As a result true connoisseurs from all around the world get the chance to replenish their collections with works that have not only artistic, but also mineralogical value. We hope that our first exhibition at the Munich show won't allow you to stay indifferent. We will be glad to meet you.