Later today Adler Joailliers will be unveiling some of its most stunning creations at the very first exhibition it has ever held in Thailand. The firm of jewellers is here at the invitation of Patcharavipa 'Pat' Bodiratanangkura, granddaughter of Thanpuying Lursakdi Sampatisiri of Swissotel Nai Lert Park fame.
Patcharavipa ‘Pat’ Bodiratanangkura with Allen and Franklin Adler.
The venue for this exclusive, invitation-only event is the Nai Lert Park Heritage Home, a 100-year-old teak house, which used to be the private residence of Thanpuying Lursakdi and her late husband, Lert Sethaburtr. Inside, in the centre of the first room, eight free-standing, glass-fronted jewellery cases cast a luminous glow against the dark backdrop of this fine example of traditional architecture. The exhibits are mostly grouped according to which precious stones _ emeralds, rubies, sapphires and diamonds _ were used to craft them.
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