Welcome to the Education Center

Enter any of these portals to find a wealth of information about Tiffany Studios, Decorative Arts & Jewelry Periods, and Art Nouveau artists and jewelry designers. Explore school programs and workshops relating to Decorative Arts and Antique & Estate jewelry, browse through our Books & Articles section, and find a museum exhibiting Art Nouveau near you!

 

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Art & Jewelry Terms

Learn about the Decorative Arts and Jewelry Periods that our collections represent, including Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Mid-Century, Retro, and many more.

Artist Biographies

Read about the Decorative Artists and Jewelry Designers that we feature in our collections including Louis Comfort Tiffany, Emile Gallé, Louis Majorelle, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and many more.

Books & Articles

Browse our selection of books and articles relevant to the decorative arts, antiques and estate jewelry in our collections. We recommend these books and articles written by the leading specialists in these fields.

Museums

Find a museum exhibiting decorative arts and jewelry pieces from the periods we represent in our collections. Our museum listings are extensive and international.

 

Schools & Workshops

Educate and entertain yourself with a variety of schools and workshops offering classes on the decorative arts we specialize in, or find an institution that offers a Masters program in Decorative Arts.

Tiffany Studios

An in depth look at Tiffany Studios and the man behind its beautiful creations. Read our own research findings on Louis Comfort Tiffany, including a brief biography, timeline, and descriptions of his decorative arts creations and interior design efforts.

 
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