We had the pleasure of organising an evening in an authentically renovated patrician house in the Beaux-Arts style in Antwerp. We would like to thank the caterer Benjamin for coming. We welcomed Coralie Van Caloen, the famous Belgian jeweller and gemologist. She presented her unique creations...

Coralie van Caloen is a Belgian jeweller and gemologist. After graduating from the prestigious art school La Cambre in her native Brussels, she trained in jewellery design in India, at the International Gemmological Institute in Mumbai and the Gem Palace in Jaipur. Coralie then moved to London for two years, where she worked with several designers, including Alexander McQueen. Her pieces are handmade and unique. It is now more than 12 years since Coralie launched her brand.

Authentically renovated patrician house in Beaux-Arts style, a stone’s throw from the city center with a unique South-West facing city garden of ± 565 m², a living area of ± 1054 m² and a facade width of 11.23 m.

The driveway on the left side of the facade provides access to the entrance hall with an authentic staircase and glass windows in oak frames. The ground floor consists of an office space at the front, living room with fireplace, followed by an open kitchen with La Cornue stove and utility room with access to a terrace and garden. The first floor with central hall on oak parquet includes two rooms at the front, a master bedroom with adjoining terrace, ensuite bathroom with a terrace. The second floor offers 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. The third floor is furnished as an apartment with its own kitchen, bathroom, two bedrooms and its own terrace of ± 32 m².