Friday, August 21, 2009

Two spectacular jewelry shows provide an opportunity

from a modest row of pearls to the glittering bling-bling of hip-hop stars. Fortunately, possession is not a prerequisite for enjoyment in New York this winter, where a trio of jewelry shows is likely to re-open the debate on whether jewelry should be taken seriously by museums or dismissed as commercial investment. Purists punished the Met for their 'Cartier: 1900-1939' show in 1997, but it achieved one of its best attendance

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