Proceedings of the Study Day “Young Researchers” – 1st edition (2019)

Supervised by Guillaume Glorieux, these proceedings brings together the contributions of young researchers in Jewelry History at the 2019 Study Day.

Ornement de Corsage français_milieu XVIIIe siècle_Collection L'École des Arts Joailliers. Photo Benjamin Chelly (1

Supervised by Guillaume Glorieux,


Professor of the Universities
Director of Teaching and Scientific Research
at L’École School of Jewelry Arts

“Jewelry in History”, proceedings of the Study Day “Young Researchers” – 1st edition (2019)

L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts inaugurated its first Study Day on October 1st, 2019. Entitled “Jewelry in History”, it brought together young researchers who dedicate their studies to jewelry, according to a historical approach.

The objective of this first conference was not only to highlight the dynamism of Master and PhD research around jewelry topics, but also to link initiatives often dispersed among different universities and institutions. This one day conference offered an opportunity for researchers to meet and dialogue, in the image of L’ÉCOLE, a place for sharing and exchange. These proceedings preserve its memory and make the results accessible. 

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Photo: Corsage ornament, France, mid 18th century. Collection of L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts