Through the acquisition of the Chauve-Souris et Pavots bracelet, the Braet-Buys-Bartholomeus Fund has enriched our public collections with a unique piece of Philippe Wolfers jewellery.

L’Homme de Tollund (Tollund Man), a magnificent portfolio by Hugo Claus and Serge Vandercam, has recently enriched the Michel Wittock Fund. The Bibliotheca Wittockiana was able to purchase the work with help from the Heritage Fund.

The art deco chalice donated to the King Baudouin Foundation in 2013 is on show at the M-Museum in Leuven, until 12 July 2015. This modern liturgical piece was designed by the Benedictine monk Dom Martin and made by the Maison Wolfers Frères.

The Eric Speeckaert Fund for the Study of Prince Charles-Joseph de Ligne’s Work has recently acquired an album of 13 etchings attributed to Charles, the eldest son of Prince Charles-Joseph de Ligne.

This portrait was for many years part of a private collection in Paris and so the general public had only rare occasions to enjoy it. Today, thanks to its purchase by the Heritage Fund, the work can be seen by everyone at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.