From hand-carved shell and crystal objects to kris daggers and Chinese rosewood furniture, over 1,000 pieces were on display at the "Ralf Ohletz Count von Plettenberg Masterpieces" exhibition, held recently at Lotus Arts de Vivre Boutique, Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel.
The four-day exhibition is a collaboration between Lotus Arts de Vivre founder Rolf von Bueren and Count Ohletz, who's a hotelier and art collector.
The German count started many prestigious hotels, such as The Datai Langkawi, The Chedi Muscat Oman, The Legian Bali and The Setai Miami. Travelling around the world, he lives only a few days at his Bangkok home, decorated by the masterpieces.
Offering artistic, cultural, and historical as well as emotional value, they are now also available to other art collectors to treasure at their own homes.