• Butterfly Brooch (detail), c. 1895–1905. Unknown maker, France. Diamonds, silver, gold. Collection of Neil Lane, Photo: © Richard Rubins
  • Kremlin Tower Clock, 1913. House of Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1918). Rhodonite, silver, enamel, emeralds, sapphires. © The Cleveland Museum of Art, The India Early Minshall Collection, 1966.477
  • Vase Grenouilles et Nenouphars (Frogs and Lilypads), 1909–1912. René Lalique (French, 1860–1945). Molded and applied glass. The Cleveland Museum of Art, John L. Severance Fund, 2007.180 © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris
  • Necklace, c. 1885–1895. Tiffany & Co. (American, 1837–present). Diamonds, pink tourmaline, yellow gold, platinum.  The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1991-20. Photo: Howard Agriesti, The Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Necklace, c. 1885–1895. Tiffany & Co. (American, 1837–present). Diamonds, pink tourmaline, yellow gold, platinum.  The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1991-20. Photo: Howard Agriesti, The Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Necklace, 1895–1900. House of Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920). Amethyst, diamonds, gold, platinum, demantoid garnets. Collection of Neil Lane, Photo: Howard Agriesti, The Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Butterfly Brooch, c. 1895–1905. Unknown maker, France. Diamonds, silver, gold. Collection of Neil Lane, Photo: © Richard Rubins
  • Iris Brooch, c. 1900–1901. Tiffany & Co. (American, 1837–present), Paulding Farnham (American, 1859–1927), designer. Pink tourmalines, green garnet, platinum. Primavera Gallery, NY, Photo: Howard Agriesti, The Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Pendant with Serpent Motif, 1901. René Lalique (French, 1860–1945). Gold, pearls, enamel. The State Hermitage Museum, 1E-5364 © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris
  • Magnolia Window, 1900. Tiffany Studios (American, 1900–1932), Agnes Northrop (American, 1857–1953) designer. Stained glass. The State Hermitage Museum
  • Imperial Pansy Egg, 1899. House of Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920), Mikhail Perkhin (Russian, 1860–1903) designer. Nephrite, silver-gilt, enamel, and rose-cut diamonds. Private Collection, Photo: © Judith Cooper
  • Cattleya Orchid Hair Ornament, 1903–1904. René Lalique (French, 1860–1945). Carved ivory, horn, gold, enamel on gold, diamonds. Private Collection, Photo: Laurent Sully Jaulmes. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris
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Artistic Luxury: Fabergé Tiffany Lalique

Sunday, October 19, 2008 to Sunday, January 18, 2009

Artistic Luxury was organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art. This exhibition was presented through the generous support of National City. The Cleveland Museum of Art gratefully acknowledges the Citizens of Cuyahoga County for their support through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this exhibition with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence, and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. Generous support for the exhibition catalogue was provided by a grant from the Tiffany & Co. Foundation.