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Parrish Lecture: Merging Concepts of Beauty: Jean Schlumberger and Rachel Lambert Mellon by Tiffany & Co. Archivist Annamarie Sandecki

Tiffany & Co., one of the most storied jewelry purveyors in the world, has a long and rich history. Since the mid-1800s they have been linked in the public’s mind with glamour and graceful living.

Archivist Annamarie V. Sandecki manages the Tiffany & Co. archives and administers a collection of hundreds of Tiffany objects spanning the company’s history, and is responsible for the acquisition of additional Tiffany designs through auctions, antique shows and estate sales.

Join Sandecki for an intimate, behind-the-scenes glimpse into one of Tiffany’s most enduring stories: the longstanding relationship between Jean Schlumberger and Rachel Lambert “Bunny” Mellon.

Free with Admission

This Parrish Lecture will be held in our Marly Room.  Please allow for time before the lecture to enjoy the exhibition “Jewels of the Imagination: Radiant Masterworks by Jean Schlumberger from the Mellon Collection.”

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Date
January 24

Time
7–8 pm

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Location
Museum of Fine Arts – Marly Room

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