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EXHIBITION TO FEATURE JEWELS FROM CARTIER The jewelry, manuscripts and paintings of Marion Rumsey Cartier will be on exhibit for the first time June 4-18 at St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. The exhibit, called "The Legacy of Elma Cartier" in honor of Marion Cartier's mother, includes 41 benchmark pieces of jewelry and gemstones fashioned by jewelry artisans of the House of Cartier. MarionCartier's father, Pierre, established the company's New York offices. The exhibition also includes paintings and sketches by Marion Cartier, as well as her collection of travel logs, calling cards, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings and menus, which were used to entertain prominent members of society. Though raised in New York, Cartier left her jewelry, letters, manuscripts and paintings to St. Louis University so they could be preserved in the city of her mother's birth. The ex
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