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The MagaZine

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The Fashion Well
Autumn 2001
The MagaZine
Featured at the Museum
of Natural History in
New York City.
Pearls.
Here we see ... The Aphrodite Pin. It is
one of the oldest existing cultural objects
incorporating pearls. From The Sanctuary
of Aphrodite in Cyprus, 300 B.C. --

This is a
Persian Gulf
Pearl
Necklace
Freshwater Washboard Pearl
Mussel Shell
Chinese Earrings.
Earrings of gilded silver with
pearls and inlaid Kingfisher
feathers. 19th Century China.
Photo by Mark Widhalm
Natural
Marine
Pearls
photo by
Denis Finnin
An Exhibition of Pearls.
The American Museum of Natural History,
New York City. October 13, 2001 - April 14, 2002
photos courtesy of The Museum of
Natural History. All rights reserved.
www.AMNH.org
Chinese Earrings.
19th Century China.
Photo by Mark Widhalm
photo courtesy of
The British Museum

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