Masonic Medal

Antique Master Masonic Medal Green and Red Ribbon 18,5 cm Gilded Silver   medaille-maconnique masonic.medal [caption id="attachment_2402" align="aligncenter" width="189"]masonic-medal masonic-medal[/caption] Petit Palais Located in the rue de l’Ecole de Médecine No 1,  in the heart of Geneva’s art market, one street from the MAMCO(Museum of Contemporary Art), the The Patek Philippe Museum and the brand new Ethnological Museum  MEG – beside Plainpalais Flea Market - Petit Palais Fine Art Galleryis the finest and appropriate gallery in Geneva for dealing with drawings and watercolors. Petroz Fine Art specializes in Old – Modern and Contemporary Master paintings and drawings from the fifteenth to the twenty-first century, and has been supplying museums, world-renowned galleries and interior designers with rare pieces of art and furniture. Providing with accurate advices on building a  collection or developing an existing one, Guidance on restoration and framing, Evalutations and appraisals. Jules Petroz was born in 1960 in Geneva. Initiated by his parents, also antiquarians, to the world of fine art and antiques, he studied History of Art at the University of Geneva. Jules has more than 30 years experience to his active, and since 1990, has been collaborating with his wife, Aicha. They deal mainly in Switzerland and in France, and their research extends to the rest of Europe, where they are always on the lookout for unique pieces. They have been supplying museums, world-renowned galleries and interior designers with rare pieces of furniture. Their interest covers antiques, from archaeological finds to contemporary pieces and modern design, as well as Haute Époque, Renaissance and the 18th Century, with a special interest in Old Master drawings, prints, paintings and ceramics. They also buy books, sculptures and old photographs. Always on the move, from one fair to another, they visit large and small galleries as well as private clients. Aicha and Jules are well-known figures in Geneva, having discovered, hidden beneath a pastel painting, what very seemingly appears to be a portrait of a late 19th-Century actress, demi-mondaine Mary Laurent, by Edouard Manet. Jules is available for advice in investment in art and antiques. PETIT-PALAIS  Rue de l'Ecole-de-Médecine 1, 1205 Genève For appointments, please call 00 41 78 7654321 Mail: Petit Palais - P.B. 1952 1211 Geneva 1 E-mail: info @ petitpalais.com   

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