In early 2017, our fourth floor will be transformed into a new destination for historical education and innovation. During the current renovation, objects from our permanent collection are on view throughout the Museum.
ca. 1712 with several alterations into the 20th century
Silk brocade, needlepoint lace; silk chiffon
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New York City-based industrial designer Eva Zeisel, known primarily for her work in ceramics, created designs in metalware for Nambé around 2000. The Nambé foundry began production in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1951 after discovering an alloy with the beauty of sterling silver and the durability of iron.
Gift of Nambé
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