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The MagaZine

The Fashion Well
Autumn 2001
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photos courtesy of The Museum of
Natural History, New York City.
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An Exhibition of Pearls.
The American Museum of Natural History.
New York City. October 13, 2001 - April 14, 2002
- Pearls -
The American Museum of
Natural History, New York City.
October 13, 2001 - April 14, 2002
This Exhibition is The Most
Comprehensive Presentation
ever mounted on Pearls.
Chrysanthemum Brooch
made of gold, platinum,
and Diamonds with a
creative use of fresh
water Mississippi River
Pearls. This Brooch
belonged to the great
comic opera star of
the late 19th and 20th
centuries Lillian Russell.
The Exhibition also has on display "The
Marilyn Monroe Necklace" bought by
Joe DiMaggio for Marilyn in Japan, 1954.
Sapphire and Pearl Brooch designed for Tiffany
& Co. with freshwater pearls Wisconsin and
Tennessee and Sapphires from Montana.
Shown at The Paris Exposition in 1900.
Spider Brooch with
a rare 27-millimeter
oval pearl from the Horse Conch.
Designed by Stefan Hemmerle
Spider Brooch with a rare 27-millimeter oval pearl from the Horse Conch as the
abdomen. a thorax of Umba sapphires, a ruby eye, and yellow gold legs studded
with white and brown diamonds. Designed by Stefan Hemmerle.
Photo by Hemmerle Juweliere.
A Chinese worker implants tissue grafts into a freshwater Triangleshell Pearl Mussel
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