Chicago Collects: Jewelry in Perspective

Punch Bowl for The Cliff Dwellers Club, 1910, The Jarvie Shop

Join co-hosts Anne Moore and Chirs Stacey at the magnificent Driehaus Museum for “Chicago Collects: Jewelry in Perspective,” an exhibition of 200 pieces collected by Chicagoans, some never before displayed in public. Among the treasures: a 19th century jeweled monstrance, three tiaras, medals from French royalty, jewelry and renderings by René Lalique and Anne Howe Geyer. A highlight is the Cliff Dwellers Club’s punch bowl, crafted in silver by Chicago artisan Robert Jarvie. We will tour the museum, which is housed in the Nickerson family mansion, nicknamed “The Marble Palace”, and focus on the most striking objects in the exhibit.

Date: Saturday, June 1

Time: 2:00PM

Location: The Richard H. Driehaus Museum, 40 E Erie St, Chicago, IL 60611

Cost: $30 for private tour and exhibit.

Limited Registration: 10 people limit. There are 9 spots still available.

Register and Pay Here: Chicago Collects: Jewelry in Perspective

WHEN
June 01, 2024 at 2:00pm - 4pm
WHERE

The Richard H. Driehaus Museum

40 E Erie St
Chicago, IL 60611
United States
CONTACT

Anne Moore