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Slide 0: Velvet Peacock Bag
Velvet Peacock Bag
On trend and retro elegant, this soft Velvet Peacock Bag is the perfect must-have accessory for dressy or casual occasions. Drawstring closure. Fully lined. 70% Rayon/30% Polyester Velvet. Imported.
Slide 1: Crane Quintet Wall Sculpture
Crane Quintet Wall Sculpture
This Crane Quintet Wall Sculpture poignantly depicts pairs of lovers and a patriarch looking skyward, perhaps in contemplation of their next journey. Symbols of soaring spirits, these beautiful birds are fashioned from hand-finished aluminum and finished in antiqued gold. Ready to hang.
Slide 2: Pink Blossom Cloisonné Necklace
Pink Blossom Cloisonné Necklace
Timeless elegance for casual or dressier occasions, this long, graduated Pink Blossom Cloisonné Necklace is beaded with double-knotted orbs of cloisonné, whose traditional inlaid enamelwork is a beautiful example of an ancient art.
Slide 3: Blooming Tea Mug with Lid and Infuser
Blooming Tea Mug with Lid and Infuser
Equipped with an optional infuser and heat-retaining lid, this elegantly patterned Blooming Tea Mug with Lid and Infuser makes an exceptionally thoughtful gift. Translucent AND chip resistant fine bone china. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Beautifully boxed.
Slide 4: Painterly Peonies Silk Scarf
Painterly Peonies Silk Scarf
Smithsonian Institution Exclusive

Perfect for festive occasions fall through spring, this Painterly Peonies Silk Scarf is printed with elegantly abstracted brushstrokes depicting lush peony bouquets. When draped, gathered, or scrunched, these bouquets become part of a mesmerizing flow of greens, pinks, and burgundies. 100% silk. Imported.
Slide 5: Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life
Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life
In Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life we follow Freer from his humble beginnings in Kingston, New York, to his rise to prominence in the railroad manufacturing industry in Detroit, Michigan. A richly illustrated narrative, Lee Glazer—the Freer Gallery's curator of American art—reveals in Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life his transformation from capitalist to connoisseur of both Asian and American art, his friendships with contemporary American artists, the decorative transformation of his home in Detroit, and his quest for masterpieces from Turkey to Tokyo. Drawing on Freer's voluminous correspondence and personal papers, Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life frames Freer's biography against the background of Gilded Age culture and the rise of the United States as an international power in the early decades of the twentieth century.
Slide 6: Autumn Ombre Wool Shawl
Autumn Ombre Wool Shawl
Smithsonian Institution Exclusive

Wrap yourself in the glorious fall colors of this Autumn Ombre Wool Shawl. Hand-dyed and artisan-loomed, this versatile scarf is woven in 100% soft merino wool. Made in India. Fair Trade.
Slide 7: Smithsonian Hinged Leaf Bracelet
Smithsonian Hinged Leaf Bracelet
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Like sculpted and etched works of art, the two hinged leaves of this Smithsonian Hinged Leaf Bracelet artistically embrace your wrist. Antique copper and gold plated finish.
Slide 8: Courting Koi Porcelain Vase
Courting Koi Porcelain Vase
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Depicting a budding romance, hand-sculpted koi with flowing fins and tails innocently dally amongst the bas-relief water lilies of this Courting Koi Porcelain Vase. One of the koi emerges to form the ruffled rim. Hand-painted porcelain.


Slide 9: A Collector's Passion: Ezzat-Malek Soudavar and Persian Lacquer
A Collector's Passion: Ezzat-Malek Soudavar and Persian Lacquer
Over her lifetime, Ezzat-Malek Soudavar (1913-2014) assembled a stellar collection of Persian art, including several hundred outstanding examples of lacquerware. Published for the first time in A Collector's Passion: Ezzat-Malek Soudavar and Persian Lacquer, most of the intricately designed book covers, mirror cases, and pen cases date from the Qajar era (1785-1925). As a respected collector of Persian art, Mrs. Soudavar appreciated these lacquer works for both their artistic quality and historical value. As a connoisseur of calligraphy and well versed in the art of penmanship, she cherished the pen cases and boxes for their association with her personal skill and enjoyment of the art of writing.

Abolala Soudavar generously offered his mother's collection of Persian laquerware as a gift to the Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, Massachusetts and to the Smithsonian's Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington, DC. A Collector's Passion: Ezzat-Malek Soudavar and Persian Lacquer begins with an overview of Mrs. Soudavar's remarkable life in Iran and her interest in the arts. Other essays address history and work of major lacquer artists of the Qajar era as well as the materials and techniques of Persian lacquer work. Twenty highlights from the collection and a fully illustrated checklist complete this introduction to one of the major collections of Persian lacquer worldwide.
Slide 10: Peacock Glass Pearl Necklace
Peacock Glass Pearl Necklace
Smithsonian Institution Exclusive

This captivating Peacock Glass Pearl Necklace accents 8mm lustrous olivine glass pearls with blue zircon and topaz crystals. Created exclusively for the Smithsonian, wear the continuous-strand long or doubled. Consider pairing with our stunning Crystal Peacock Pierced Earrings.
Slide 11: Crystal Peacock Pierced Earrings
Crystal Peacock Pierced Earrings
Smithsonian Institution Exclusive

Magnificently jeweled with emerald, blue zircon, and clear crystals, these opulent gold-plated Crystal Peacock Pierced Earrings were created exclusively for the Smithsonian. Consider pairing with our crystal-accented Peacock Glass Pearl Necklace.
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