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Docent Lecture: "All That Glitters . . . Jewelry at the Fine Arts Museums," Peggy Gordon
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Wreath, 4th–3rd century BC. Greece, Crete. Gold. Museum purchase, Albert Campbell Hooper Memorial Fund. 1967.7
Gold objects have fascinated all cultures from almost the beginning of time. Gold has been important for both its secular and its religious use. Using representations of objects in the Fine Arts Museums' collection, we view examples of gold jewelry and other items from around the world.
Free. Museum admission is not required for the lecture. Reservations are not accepted.
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