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Jewels from the Met

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The word jewellery is derived from the word jewel, which was anglicized from the Old French "jouel", and beyond that, to the Latin word "jocale", meaning plaything. Depending on the culture and times jewellery may be appreciated as a status symbol, for its material properties, its patterns, or for meaningful symbols.

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  • Thank you Anca Marian, so much
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    Gracias Pilar por la tienda del Metropolitan Museum. (Preciosas joyas al alcance de sus visitantes, 'casi-originales' de joyas bibliográficas del Metropolitan Museum)
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  • Preciosas joyas, me gustan los diseños de Fabergé, pero son todas magníficas. La música fantástica. Como siempre un 10. Gracias, Pilar
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    Thank you Sardanas. 'Every product created by the Museum is the result of careful research and expert execution by the Metropolitan's staff of art historians, designers, and master craftspeople, who ensure that each reproduction bears the closest possible fidelity to the original.'
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Jewels from the Met

  1. 1. Russian Imperial Crimson Anemone Necklace Inspired by treasures in the Museum’s collection, the unique assortment of beautifully crafted jewelry includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings, pins, and rings. Discover dazzling crystal and enamel designs, colorful gemstone pieces, luminous pearls, and more in the collection of museum jewelry.
  2. 2. Qing Butterfly Pin A popular motif in Chinese art, butterflies often represent summer, romance, and dreams
  3. 3. Qing Butterfly Pin From nineteenth-century album by an anonymous artist in the Museum’s collection
  4. 4. Qing Butterfly Pin
  5. 5. Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920) Russian Imperial Crimson Anemone Necklace
  6. 6. Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920) Russian Imperial Crimson Anemone Tassel Necklace
  7. 7. Russian Imperial Crimson Anemone Cuff Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  8. 8. Russian Imperial Daisy Pin based on individual flowers in the Basket of Flowers Egg created by master jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  9. 9. Cloisters Poppy Pin
  10. 10. Tibetan Amulet Necklace Tibetan Amulet Drop Earrings
  11. 11. Tibetan Amulet Necklace
  12. 12. 18th Century French Cross Pendant Alpha Omega Pendant
  13. 13. Azure Posy Bangle Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933)
  14. 14. Peacock feather brooch (French, 1925–35)
  15. 15. Peacock Feather Cuff
  16. 16. American Memento Pendant Earrings Painted about 1930 by Emily Drayton Taylor (American, 1860–1952) Gold and silver flower- shaped brooch (French, ca. 1810) in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum
  17. 17. Art Nouveau Dragonfly and Pearl Necklace from Gablonz (ca. 1900), now part of the Czech Republic, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
  18. 18. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Store specializes in exhibition catalogues, art books, jewelry and sculpture reproductions, and other museum gifts based on the more than two million works of art in the Metropolitan Museum's rich and varied collection.
  19. 19. Théophile- Alexandre Steinlen's (French, 1859– 1923) Lady of Fashion Pendant Necklace European origin (19th–20th century)
  20. 20. Byzantine Vine Leaf Cuff
  21. 21. Autumn Leaves Necklace French Deco Azure Earrings
  22. 22. Greek Palmette
  23. 23. Arts and Crafts Lapis Bracelet Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933)
  24. 24. Arts and Crafts Lapis Pendant Necklace Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848– 1933)
  25. 25. Chinese Woodblock 3-Tier Charm Bracelet Chinese Woodblock 3-Tier Charm Necklace
  26. 26. Pearl Flower Teardrop Earrings and Necklace. Charles Germain de Saint-Aubin (1721–1786)
  27. 27. Charles Germain de Saint-Aubin (1721–1786)
  28. 28. Christogram Gold Pendant Iberian Crystal Cross Pendant
  29. 29. Cloisters Mustard Herb Necklace and Earrings based on black mustard plants cultivated in the gardens at The Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum
  30. 30. Cloisters Ground Ivy Necklace and Bracelet based on Ground ivy (Glechoma hederacea) grown in the gardens at The Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum
  31. 31. English Art Nouveau Scroll Earrings Edgar Simpson (British, 1867–1945) English Art Nouveau Scroll Bracelet Edgar Simpson (British, 1867–1945)
  32. 32. English Art Nouveau Scroll Necklace Edgar Simpson (British, 1867–1945)
  33. 33. Italian Reliquary Cross Pendant English Art Nouveau Scroll Earrings Edgar Simpson (British, 1867–1945)
  34. 34. Medieval Medallion and Bead Charm Bracelet Japanese Inro Jeweled Peacock Pin
  35. 35. Parisian Art Nouveau Dragonfly Bracelet
  36. 36. Art Nouveau Floral Torsade Necklace
  37. 37. Mughal Medallion Necklace Robert Lee Morris Triple-Chain Necklace
  38. 38. Holiday Bells Necklace
  39. 39. Holiday Bells Necklace
  40. 40. Holiday Greetings Cornucopia Pin Holiday Greetings Harp
  41. 41. Holiday Greetings Tree
  42. 42. Victorian Turquoise Cross Pendant
  43. 43. Lily-of-the-Valley Earrings and Pin Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  44. 44. Lily-of-the-Valley Necklace Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  45. 45. Cypriot Carnelian Earrings
  46. 46. Egyptian Goddess Charm Necklace
  47. 47. Egyptian Goddess Charm Necklace
  48. 48. Pearl Cross Pendant Pope Leo XIII Cross Pendant
  49. 49. English Art Nouveau Dragonfly Necklace Edgar Simpson (British, 1867–1945)
  50. 50. English Art Nouveau Dragonfly Necklace Edgar Simpson (British, 1867–1945)
  51. 51. Persian Imperial Earrings Phoenix Pearl Necklace, based on a splendid Qing dynasty (1644–1911) gold- and-pearl ornament in the Museum’s collection.
  52. 52. Virginia V. Blakeney (America, 1878– 1963
  53. 53. American Arts and Crafts Grape Cluster Pin1910 by Virginia V. Blakeney (America, 1878–1963)
  54. 54. American Arts and Crafts Grape Cluster Pin1910 by Virginia V. Blakeney (America, 1878–1963)
  55. 55. Japanese Inro Jeweled Feather Pin
  56. 56. Late Hellenistic Carnelian Earrings
  57. 57. Late Hellenistic Carnelian Necklace
  58. 58. Late Hellenistic Carnelian Necklace and Earrings
  59. 59. Ming Blossoms Necklace
  60. 60. Tibetan Dragon Cuff
  61. 61. Blossom and Pearl Miriam Haskell (American, 1899–1981)
  62. 62. Blossom and Pearl Miriam Haskell (American, 1899–1981)
  63. 63. Blossom and Pearl Miriam Haskell (American, 1899–1981)
  64. 64. Jeweled Bouquet Miriam Haskell (American, 1899–1981)
  65. 65. Jeweled Bouquet Miriam Haskell (American, 1899–1981) Jeweled Bouquet Bracelet Miriam Haskell (American, 1899–1981)
  66. 66. Russian Dragonfly Pin sparkling adaptation of a whimsical brooch of platinum, diamonds, emeralds, and a pearl on display in the Moscow Kremlin Museums
  67. 67. Tibetan Pendant Necklace, Turquoise
  68. 68. Tibetan Pendant Drop Earrings Tibetan Pendant Necklace, Turquoise
  69. 69. Russian Imperial Poppy Necklace Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  70. 70. Russian Imperial Poppy Pin Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920) Russian Imperial Poppy Tassel Necklace
  71. 71. American Botanical Poppy Pin Margaret Neilson Armstrong (American, 1867–1944)
  72. 72. Russian Imperial Gordonia Cuff Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  73. 73. Russian Imperial Gordonia Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  74. 74. Russian Imperial Gordonia Earrings Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  75. 75. Russian Imperial Gordonia Torsade Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  76. 76. Bee Earrings Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  77. 77. Bee Pin Russian Imperial Slider Necklace with Bee Pendant Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920)
  78. 78. Russian Imperial Buttercup Bee Box Peter Carl Fabergé (1846–1920) Produced in cooperation with the British Royal Collection
  79. 79. Sound: Barbra Streisand - A Time for Love; What Good Is Love: Tell Him (With Celine Dion) Text and pictures: Metropolitan Museum of Art All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2014

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