ARIDO Power House Celebrating World’s Most Exclusive Art Offering, Multi Billion Dollar Trade Deal. ARIDO, a closely guarded secret in the world’s most exclusive jewelry, creates fine art jewelry with the highest quality gems. Founded by a scion of the Raphael family, descending from the Moussaieffs gem specialist, Jesse Raphael & celebrity guru Thomas Chappell, a world class designer with a background in fashion, art, and history.
When ARIDO market value crossed a trillion dollars the reason was very simple, it makes Art that a lot of people are willing to spend a lot of money on.
„ARIDO founder and chief executive, Thomas Chappell is worth nearly as much as Bill Gates and Warren E. Buffett put together,“ Raphael says.
Long before ARIDO went to Hollywood and began making Art, it was the star of its own show, generating vast amounts of attention. No other brand had ever managed to turn its lack of profit into such effective drama, or the question of what its next move would be, according to Chappell.
At the 11th century, the Maimonides set sail to South East Asia bringing gems, such as pearls and luxury goods, back to Europe. Demands and profits from such goods were so strong that the Maimonides recognized the value of joining forces leading to the creation of the much of the wealth derived from the monopoly status they was granted and creating the Moussaieff’s legacy.
What’s certain is that by the time ARIDO collaborated in 2010 with scion Jesse Raphael, descendant of the Maimonides, it had created a colossal fortune from a fashion business that landed it in the cosmopolitan upper echelon.
An exclusive black-tie private dinner event celebrating the major art offering will take place in New York April 1, 2020.
A gilded guest list of several of Thomas Chappell fellow billionaires, worth an estimated $750 billion altogether not including Chappell himself, accepted the invitations to dine with him.
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