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Marseille

The Maison Diamantée, Marseille

Close to the Old Port, just behind the City Hall, lies a house named for its stone façade entirely covered in raised diamond-shaped tips.

Close to the Old Port, just behind the City Hall, lies a house named for its stone façade entirely covered in...

Washington

Hillwood, the home of Marjorie Merriweather Post

From 1959 onward, this American heiress lived in a Neo-Georgian mansion that she conceived as a museum to be bequeathed to the Smithsonian on her death. It is filled with her collection of decorative arts and jewelry.

From 1959 onward, this American heiress lived in a Neo-Georgian mansion that she conceived as a museum to be...

Paris

Parcours Bijoux

From 25 September to 30 November 2017 in Paris, Parcours Bijoux staged by the “D’un bijou à l’autre” Association with Comité Francéclat is laying on exhibitions, talks and happenings to promote contemporary jewelry.

© Camille Moncomble / Félix Dol

From 25 September to 30 November 2017 in Paris, Parcours Bijoux staged by the "D’un bijou à l’autre"...
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