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Bibi van der Velden

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Bibi Van Der is a unique fine jewellery label, crafted from sustainable materials. Bibi has used her background in fine arts in Florence Italy and has applied this knowledge and experience to Bibi Van Der.

Bibi Van Deer's pieces are inspired by Bibi's Dutch heritage and the countries rich art history. Animals and nature also play a part in the influence of a large amount of Bibi's designs, from swirling tornadoes to alligator earrings.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
6a Lauriergracht, Amsterdam 1016
Head Office Telephone: 020 626 90 95
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Jewellery

Company Size (No. of Employees): Approx 50
Key Stockists:

Browns; Modaoperandi; Matches Fashion

Showroom/Agent:

Rainbowwave

UK Concessions: 1
UK Wholesale Stockists: 4
International Stores & Stockists: 28
Key Concessions:

Harrods

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Thomas De Haas (CEO)

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