Dating silver jewellery
13/10/2017 – 25/02/2018 National Museum of Scotland Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JF Daily: - Admission free uk Discover a generation of designers and makers who embraced innovative and diverse influences, from the natural environment to non-precious materials.This small display will highlight pieces from British and Nordic designers, that would go on to influence a new wave of jewellery production.4/05/2018 - 31/08/2018 Museet på Koldinghus Koldinghus 1, Postboks 91 DK - 6000 Kolding Daily from 10 a.m.to 5 p.m Adults 120 DKK, Students 75 DKK closing soon arles-antique.cg13As part of a national and international partnership with the National Library of France and the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Musée départemental Arles antique will host the only French view of this exceptional and unique exhibition: "Luxury in Antiquity ".14/09/2017 – 14/01/2018 British Museum Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG Daily 10.00–17.30 Adults £16.50 closing soon uk This exhibition explores the extraordinary production and glittering saga of Fabergé, the leading artist-jewellers during the decades preceding the First World War.
The most significant Viking treasure hoards ever discovered in Britain will be on display together for the first time in Southport this April!
Composed of more than one hundred pieces, including genuine works of art decorated with reliefs and emblemata which constituted the ceremonial silverware of rich households, the treasure will be accompanied by a selection of jewels, gold and silver, engraved stones, statuettes and most valuable decorative objects.
Also included are some of the most beautiful pieces from the permanent collections of the Musée départemental Arles antique.
Each and every one shows us how people try to shape their desires through diamond objects.
Contemporary works by Berlinde De Bruyckere, Jan Fabre, Phillip Aguirre, Sobudh Gupta and Thierry De Cordier provide a critical viewpoint.Thus, in a contemporary museum context, exemplary jewellery holds the capacity to illustrate and convey the story of varying power relations, body and gender perceptions and stylistic expressions of power in a fascinating and eye-opening way.