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Museum Exhibits

Q & A and Visit with Raquel Alonso Perez of Harvard’s Museum of Natural History

My very last stop while in Boston, hours before my flight took off, I had planned the best parting gift–a visit to Harvard University’s Museum of Natural History! Sounds dreamy, right?! Well it is and then some. An entire room filled with thousands of minerals and gems is… Read More

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Q & A and Visit with Emily Stoehrer of MFA Boston

After a long and exciting week in Boston, I had a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts set up to feed my jewelry history cravings. One of my favorite things about my love and passion for jewelry is learning! Museum exhibits are such a great way to… Read More


Maker & Muse: Women & 20th Century Art Jewelry

Learning is one of my most favorite things to do, so each year I try to partake in something educational that is jewelry-related.  This year, an exhibit held in conjunction with a jewelry conference made for an enticing trip to Chicago for ASJRA’s Women & 20th… Read More

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Fidra Jewellers Reports: Ring Exhibit at the Ashmolean Museum

Very excited to bring you this story brought to you by Fidra Jewellers, one of my most favorite antique jewelry stores in England which I love to daydream about and hope to visit someday!  The shop is located in Brighton. To learn more, read… Read More

Museum Exhibits

Museum Exhibit: Hollywood Glamour, Fashion and Jewelry from the Silver Screen

Museums, both large and small, offer an abundance of inspiration through their special exhibits. They also offer rare glimpses into our past cultures and ancient civilizations. I have made it a point to spend more time in the presence of some of the greatest treasures from our world. Read More

Museum Exhibits

Cycles of Life, Rings from the Benjamin Zucker Family Collection

  Selected from the private collection of one of today’s leading gem dealers, experts, and connoisseurs, this exhibition of over 40 exceptional, museum-quality rings on view and for sale will detail the enduring allure of certain styles, settings, gems, and cutting techniques. Spanning from the 3rd century A.D. Read More