Russia’s Kremlin Museum honours the extravagance and originality of Indian style that influenced so much over the centuries the jewellery design in an exhibition from April 12 to July 27. In the windows will sparkle treasures of the Indian palaces of different eras – male and female ornaments, amulets, ambassadorial gifts – as well as works of the great European jewellery houses, which at various times have come under the influence of the Indian charm, decorative sense and art. Historians […]
Powder compact by Tiffany, circa 1950, in gold and diamonds. The new summer exhibition at London’s Goldsmiths’ Hall : Ultra Vanities, Bejewelled Make-Up Boxes from the Age of Glamour, will feature an extensive private collection of more than 200 glamorous make-up cases from the 1920s through to the 1970s, including designs by some of the world’s most revered jewellery brands, such as Cartier, Boucheron, Van Cleef & Arpels and Chaumet.