13 April 2017

In the exhibition of Pierre-Joseph Redouté

Paris’s Museum of the Romantic Life has dedicated an exhibition entitled “The Power of Flowers” to Pierre-Joseph Redouté, the official artist of the Empress Joséphine. To show the eternal influence of his favorite subject, the museum exhibits a naturalist-style jewelry set dating from 1830 by Mellerio, which represents fuchsias in translucent enamel and pearls. The museum also shows a contemporary ring and necklace by Laurence Oppermann and Tzuri Gueta in hammered silver and siliconized silk.

From April 26th to October 1st 2017.

  • Mellerio, ca 1830 - "Fuchsias" jewelry set made of enamel, diamonds and pearls

  • Mellerio, ca 1830 - Bracelet and earrings from the "Fuchsias" jewelry set made of enamel, diamonds and pearls

  • Laurence Oppermann - "Calyx" necklace made of silver and siliconized silk

  • Laurence Oppermann and Tzuri Gueta - Ring made of hammered silver and silicone

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