Musée Lalique (c) David Desaleux

Five reasons to visit the Lalique Museum

By Sandrine Merle
Part of "The Museum Portraits", partnership between L'ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts and The French Jewelry Post


Interview with Francesco Solinas

Specialized in the history of documentary drawing and scientific illustration between the 16th and 17th centuries, expert in the development of genre painting (portrait, still life, flower painting, etc.), and in the development of the art of painting.

Bizmoune Cave, Essaouira (Morocco)

Jewelry, The Oldest Art Form of Humanity

Did you know? Jewelry is the oldest art form of humanity. The earliest known and identified ornaments date back to about 150,000 BCE, long before the first painted cave decorations. It is impressive to realize that at L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts, our daily subject - jewelry - has accompanied humanity for millennia.

Nisreen Kuku Ecole des Arts Joailliers VCA ©PAULINE DE COURREGES PHOTOGRAPHE_57-min

Interview with Nisreen Kuku

Sudanese jewelry designer and interior design engineer

Sicile, XIIIe siècle, Hercule terrassant le lion, Camée en sardonyx sur une bague en or émaillé, Collection Guy Ladrière, Photo Benjamin Chelly

Hercules and the Nemean Lion Cameo

Article by Inezita Gay Eckel for the exhibition "Engraved Gems"