Mimi Berlin’s powderbox girls for sale at Magasin Horaz
Mimi Berlin’s statuettes come in a nice gift-box. On the left on the counter at Magasin Horaz.
Mimi Merchandise (3-D print, H:20 cm. Made in a limited edition of 10 pieces) Mimi Berlin’s Giant Albino Rabbit (limited edition #2/10) for sale at Magasin Horaz
Magasin Horas is certainly worth a visit! Not only for our goods, but also for the other wonderful products in store, such as the Hacked collection by Van Slobbe Van Benthum, and many more ‘speciality’ brands! Click the link to read more about this small department store on this blog. Molenstraat 19, The Hague: open daily from 11:00-19:00
Close-Up-Portrait 4, 2015. Hi, I am Doreen. One of a kind, made by hand in The Netherlands with onyx, white coral, saltwater cultivé pearls, jade and gold (ø 60 cm, €525)
As from today on Mimi Berlin’s Golden-Glass-Display-Cabinet at the X-Bank in Amsterdam is open! You can now purchase Mimi Berlin’s work per piece! There are new pieces to be seen and next to the handmade, one of a kind objects, the more friendly prized MimiMerchandise designs are for sale as well. We suggest you go and check it out at the Spuistraat 172 in Amsterdam.
Dutch jewelry brand Gem Kingdom has been sold for about 15 years at H.P. France Bijoux Tokyo.
This year Gem Kingdom celebrated their 25th anniversary with an exhibition at Museum Coda; a spin-off of this exhibit was held at the Tokyo boutique of H.P. France Bijoux. Mimi Berlin’s Traumhauser/Dreamhomes were (a small) part of that presentation.
The Headbalancer rabbit from the History of Circus Legends series has become a giant: 20 cm tall!
3D print in a limited edition of 10 signed and numbered pieces. The Giant Albino Rabbit is painted by hand by Mathilde Admiral.The rabbit was created by Mimi Berlin in 2013 as part of The History of Circus Legends. His name is Dinky and he is a Head Balancer.
This statuette has always been everyone’s favorite. Most of the Circus Legend statuettes have been sold but The original Dinky always will be part of Mimi Berlin’s private collection. Continue reading →