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“Bringing Heaven to Earth” explores an expansive private collection of carved and silver jewelry.
The 39th edition of the Antique Jewelry and Art Conference being held at Hofstra University this summer features a host of notable speakers.
Rachel “Bunny” Lambert Mellon’s collection of Jean Schlumberger jewelry, the largest in the world, is on view at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Two men with metal detectors unearthed what is thought to be the oldest Iron Age gold work ever found in Great Britain.
This necklace and set of five brooches are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Made of shell and gold, they date back to about 1840 and were a gift of the Misses Cornelia and Susan Dehon in memory of Mrs. Sidney Brooks. Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Jewelers’ love affair with cameos has been recurrent since the Roman era, and a handful of contemporary designers continue to innovate the iconic jewelry style.
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