Mindham Fine Jewellery named the first jeweller to join Art Toronto
From October 27-30, Mindham Fine Jewellery showcased an extraordinary exhibit at Art Toronto that took place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. For the first time in 18 years as a prestigious art fair, Founder and Creative Director Myles Mindham was the first jeweller to be a part of the event alongside a plethora of artists from all backgrounds of study and galleries from all over the world.
Mindham’s Fine Jewellery exhibit was located at the beginning of the fair, where he and his team presented several pieces that exuded artistry, some of which included pieces from Mindham’s 25th anniversary collection, and exquisite pieces by Verdura in collaboration with the surrealist artist Salvador Dali. From beautiful Australian pearls to sparkling, one of a kind designs, each piece carried a precious personal story just as valuable as the precious stones and metals used to create each design.
Check out some of the stunning pieces that were featured at Art Toronto:
As Mindham Fine Jewellery continues to create and experiment with artistic expression, the Toronto-based boutique is now entering the accessible jewellery category for everyday wear that ranges in price from $300- $5,000. The collection will offer a wide selection of contemporary pieces—including necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings—that are easy to style for any day of the week.
To celebrate their new designs, Mindham Fine Jewellery will be hosting a pop-up event in the heart of Yorkville Village called Hazelton by Mindham Fine Jewellery. Beginning November 6th-December 24th, the salon-style shopping experience will showcase the new designs as well as the Nest series in honour of Mindham’s 25th year in business.
“I’ve enjoyed working with our team of expert gemologists and jewellers to create this new jewellery collection,” says Mindham. “Hazelton at Yorkville Village will be a fun, playful moment for new and existing clients to experience Mindham Fine Jewellery outside of our permanent showroom and atelier.”