Published on December 5, 2022

PAN Amsterdam 2022

This year we are attending PAN Amsterdam for the first time ever!


Geertje Eek

Co founder Tweek Eek

2022 , Piet Hein Eek

We are very excited to exhibit there with our father and older sister Lieve. Together at the booth of Piet Hein Eek, we are showing our jewelry and Lieve is showing her amazing photography.

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Lieve Eek is a part of an Amsterdam-based creative direction duo Maria Bodil, together with Marthe Bodil Vos. In collaboration with Kilian Vos, Marthe’s sister, they have been working on their new project ‘Floatables’. They feel like family to us, because we have known them from a very young age.

Also here is the family involved: the beautiful showcase of Dirk Duif, the boyfriend of Geertje, is especially designed for this exhibition. In this design, Dirk wanted to create a case that visualizes the experience of jewelry, a case made of shiny steel containing a mirror, a secure wooden inner case to fit your jewelry and store it safely. The case should radiate that you are having a special experience.


Combining traditional goldsmith techniques and Tweek-Eek signature using rivets, bolts, and sheet material we have created these unique 3d pieces, like the STACK ring. In this ring, the individual plates are polished piece by piece and accurately brought together by a bolt. We are very grateful to have this partnership with Pierredes since they match well with our company and our values.

Piet Hein Eek/Tweek-Eek

At the Piet Hein Eek booth (booth 86), we are showing our exclusive solid gold collection. These pieces are made from 14 karat solid gold. We worked in partnership with Pierredes, a goldsmith that only uses recycled gold. At the Piet Hein Eek booth you can also see the works of Reinoud van Vught, Willem van den Hoed and Gabriel Roca.

Rademakers Gallery/Tweek-Eek

We are also exposing with Rademakers Gallery (booth 3) where we are showing some more exclusive pieces, made with a 60-ton press. We pressed old sandpaper and metal into the jewelry to create these patterns. These pieces are made from 18 karat gold and can be seen at the PAN Amsterdam this weekend!