A Real Jewel Like NFT Will Be Auctioned For The First Time In Colombia In The Metaverse

Lefebre Subastas will be the first auction house in Colombia with a piece of NFT art. Shikha Fatima Al-Qas-simi, princess of the United Arab Emirates and renowned designer, will be present auctioning limited editions of jewelry made with emeralds extracted from Colombia.

The designer, member of the Ras al-Khaimah royal family of the United Arab Emiratesis accompanied by artists from the modern and contemporary art department such as Omar Rayo, Ana Mercedes Hoyos, Olga de Amaral, Carlos Rojas, Roberto Pizano, Miguel Ángel Rojas, Luis Caballero, Manuel Hernández, Hugo Zapata, Edgar Negret, Eduardo Ramírez Villamizar, among others.

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The jewelry lots come with a Blockchain certificate that informs the end customer of the origin of the minerals, the artists involved in the creation process, and the authenticity of each piece.

“These pieces are made with emeralds extracted from a mine in Boyacá with totally clean processes, and through the Blockchain, it is possible to create a direct bridge between art and technology, highlighting the artistic level that is evident in each jewel, turning its creations into a unique visual appeal with an exclusivity bonus backed by an NFT”, says Catalina Martínez, director of Lefebre Subastas.

Lots of jewelry, coins and books are offered at the auction house; old painting; decorative arts and furniture; and modern and contemporary art.

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The event will also feature the graphic manifestation of international artists such as Mondrian, Albers, Szyszlo, Dali, Nierman, Soto, Rembrand and a selection of Latin American religious paintings from different schools, Cuzqueña, Neogranadina, Virreinal.

This auction will take place on Wednesday, September 7. The auction pieces will be available for exhibition until September 6 from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm)

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