In the history of jewelry, a colored gemstone has fascinated humankind. Since its discovery more than four thousand years ago, the emerald has kept intriguing by the splendor of its color and the properties it has been attributed. From the mythical mines of Cleopatra to today’s Colombian landscapes, come and discover the legends that are surrounding the emeralds and gave them a prominent place in antique and modern jewels.
Conversation held by :
Inezita Gay-Eckel, Art Historian, Graduate from Princeton University and Professor at L’Ecole, the School of Jewelry Arts
Gislain Aucremanne, Art Historian, Graduate from the Ecole du Louvre and Professor at L’Ecole, the School of Jewelry Arts