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At the Legion of Honor Museum – Cartier and America is Fantastic

Monday, January 4th, 2010

The latest exhibit at our Legion of Honor Museum kicked off last month, but I didn’t get a chance to see it out ’til now.

It’s fantastic.

Check out impressions and photos from 7×7, San Francisco Sentinel, San Francisco Museum Examiner Nancy Ewart, and The Richmond Blog 

Hello kitty!

See you there!

“Cartier came to fame as the “King of Jewelers” during the Belle Époque for his beautifully made diamond and platinum jewelry created for the courts of Europe and Americans of the Gilded Age. With an extensive variety of jewelry forms—ranging from traditional white diamond suites to the highly colored exotic creations of the 1920s and 1930s—Cartier made its mark with the ingenuity of its designs and its exquisite craftsmanship. Cartier and America celebrates the imagination and creativity of Cartier in the 20th century. The jewelry and works of art include pieces from the private collection of Cartier.

Sample menu for Cartier weekend brunch (PDF)

Credit Line
Cartier and America is organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco in partnership with Cartier.

Patron
: Diane B. Wilsey

Major Patron: Lonna Wais

Lead Sponsor support is provided by BNP Paribas and Dr. Alan R. Malouf. Cartier Circle support is provided by Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Andrews, Jr., Mitchell Benjamin and Ricky Serbin, Mrs. Newton A. Cope, Ms. Patricia Mozart, Arlene and Harold Schnitzer, Georges C. and Eleanor C. St. Laurent, Ms. Christine Suppes, and SUSAN/The Grocery Store. Generous support is also provided by the Dorothy and Thelma Carson Trust. British Motor Cars of San Francisco presents the Jaguar XJ as the official vehicle of Cartier and America. Emirates is the official airline, and Taj Campton Place is the official hotel partner of the exhibition.