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Journey of a Jewel

If the body is a stage, jewellery is one of its most dazzling performers. Throughout history and across cultures, jewellery has served as an extension of the human body, accentuating it, enhancing it, distorting it, and ultimately transforming it. The Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition, Jewellery: The Body Transformed will traverse through time and space to explore how

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