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The Fashion Well
Autumn 2001
The Music Credit:
Will The Circle Be
Unbroken
Terrance Simien
The Tribute Sessions
AIM Trading Group

photos courtesy of The Museum of
Natural History. All rights reserved.
www.AMNH.org
The American Museum of Natural History.
"An Exhibition of Pearls."
October 13, 2001 - April 14, 2002
An Exhibition of Pearls.
The American Museum of Natural History.
New York City.
October 13, 2001 - April 14, 2002
Included are: The Central Gallery (which
is the evolutionary history of Mollusks,
featuring a 90 million year old fossil pearl),
Gem Quality Marine Pearls, Freshwater
Pearls, Gathering and Culturing Pearls,
and Pearls in Human History.
Silver-lipped Pearl
Oyster Shells with cultured Mabe Pearls
"Elizabeth I Queen of
England" oil on canvas
by Mark Gerard --
circa 1588
Hoop earring,
natural pearls
and gold.
Roman Empire
A.D. 100 - 200
Emperor Bahadur Shah II, enthroned.
Watercolor, gold on paper.
India 1838.

Above: Tiffany & Co.
necklace featuring a
Conch pearl inside
a platinum and
diamond cage.
At right: The Emperor
Bahadur Shah II,
enthroned. Watercolor,
gold on paper.
India 1838.
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