A Special Exhibition!
Ear Candy: 250 Years of Style
ALVR proudly presents a special exhibition celebrating the timeless beauty of earrings. The exhibition showcases 40 fabulous pairs, ranging from antique to contemporary, in a brilliant buffet of sparkling diamonds, vibrant gemstones, and glittering gold. The exhibition will launch with a special Saturday viewing at our 745 Fifth Avenue galleries on November 7th and remain on view through December 23rd. We will also be presenting the exhibition here on our website.
Nov 1 – 4
We are pleased to exhibit in the inaugural TEFAF ONLINE, on view on the TEFAF website from November 1st through the 4th.
Deceptively Modern Jewelry 1940s-1980s
Deceptively Modern Jewelry: 1940s-1980s
An elaborate collection of post-war jewelry featuring Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Mauboussin, Verdura, Pierre Sterlé, Angela Cummings, David Thomas, and Andrew Grima.
October 23 – November 15, 2019
As seen in:
Forbes, “A La Vieille Russie Takes Us On A Jewelry Journey from the Post War Years through The 1980s.”
Katerina Perez, “A La Vieille Russie: Virtual tour around the upcoming ‘Deceptively Modern Jewellery’ exhibition.”
Vogue, “A La Vieille Russie Hosted a Glittering Cocktail Party to Celebrate Its Latest Jewelry Exhibition.”
JCK Magazine, “You Need to See This Antique Jewelry Exhibit ASAP.”
Art & Object, “Legendary Antiques Dealer Exhibits Stunning Mid-Century Jewelry.”
ALVR in the News: Celebrating Royal Faberge Exhibition Preview
Marion Fasel of The Adventurine wrote about our new galleries and our inaugural exhibition, Celebrating Royal Faberge – The Return:
“While ye old Russian jeweler is no longer on the street level for easy window shopping, it is still alive and well. A La Vieille Russie (otherwise known as ALVR) reopened just one block away at 745 Fifth Avenue in a glorious second story space with spectacular wraparound windows and views of Bergdorf Goodman, The Plaza Hotel, Central Park and their old corner of The Sherry Netherland…The new interior is airier than the old space, but the sense of history remains with the antiques and paintings of Russian nobility not to mention, of course, the jewelry.”