The 2017 Richmond Design Issue 

Fluid imagination, classic reinventions and the city's art deco spirit hiding in plain sight.

click to enlarge Jellyfish (La Méduse) Brooch, 1967. Part of the Jean Schlumberger Jewelry exhibit opening at the VMFA on Feb. 10.

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Jellyfish (La Méduse) Brooch, 1967. Part of the Jean Schlumberger Jewelry exhibit opening at the VMFA on Feb. 10.

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Preview: Jean Schlumberger Jewelry at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

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