‘Now Showing…’ Ongoing and Upcoming Jewelry Exhibits

A number of jewelry-related exhibits are currently running or soon to open at museums throughout the United States, Canada, and England. Here's an update on some of the latest. Jewelry: The Colonial Williamsburg Collection The DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Williamsburg, Va. Dec. 21, 2002 – Dec. 31, 2003 Last chance to see this exhibit showcasing 20 selected pieces from the Colonial Williamsburg collections. Featuring both English and American jewelry, the majority of the pieces on view have never before been exhibited to the public. Included in the exhibit is a ring made by a local goldsmith for his daughter Mary and excavated from the Colonial Williamsburg 18th-century historic area, as well as beautiful pieces featuring both precious and paste stones. Mourning jewelry also appears, including a ring believed to contain the hair of George Washington. Accompanying the
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