Exhibition: “Jean Vendome Artist Jeweler”

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This 8th Parisian exhibition at the School of Jewelry Arts pays a remarkable tribute to the work of avant-garde designer Jean Vendome. Still little known to the general public, he nevertheless opened up many avenues for modern jewelry during the 20th century. Not to be missed: private visits (possibility to be accompanied by a thematic lecture given by the curator of the exhibition, a gemologist or an art historian).

 

Until December 18th 2020 at The School of Jewelry Arts, 31 rue Danielle Casanova – Paris 1st

My favorites

Vintage gold and angel skin coral ring

This ring from the 70-80s is made of gold and angel skin-colored coral… A particularly sought-after pink, soft and powdery, cosmetic and sensual.

Early 20th century dormeuses, gold and pearls

These beautiful early 20th century dormeuses are adorned with precious flowers. In the center, a fine pearl surrounded by rose-cut diamonds.

Vintage American gold chain bracelet

Though vintage Sixties, its repetitive, graphic beauty is highly contemporary. A speaking example of jewelry that transcends gender boundaries.

Vintage cocktail ring, turquoise and diamonds

This beautiful cocktailring made in a French workshop is typical of the late 50s. The worked gold setting highlights a magnificent polished turquoise...

Vintage gold bracelet, Georges Lenfant

This Sixties gold bracelet is part of France’s jewelry heritage. This one is by Georges Lenfant, a specialist in the chain produced for all the leading...

Vintage rose gold bracelet, Boucheron / Sold out

Generous, graceful, heavy and delicate all at once, this rose gold bracelet by Boucheron dates back to the Sixties.