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  1. Christian Boltanski
    French, born 1944
    Monuments (La Fête du Pourim)

    1989
    Gelatin silver prints with metal biscuit boxes, and light fixtures with bulbs
    89.284
  2. Edgar Brandt
    French, 1880–1960
    Firescreen

    c. 1925
    Wrought iron and gilding
    2001.257
  3. François Carquillat
    French, 1802–1884
    George Washington

    c. 1876
    Jacquard-loom-woven silk on paper mat with copper-alloy foil decoration
    B.2015.19
  4. Charles Abraham Chasselat
    French, 1782–1843
    La Vie de Jeanne d'Arc (The Life of Joan of Arc)

    c. 1818
    Cotton, plain weave; engraved roller printed
    B.79.57.3
  5. Charles Abraham Chasselat
    French, 1782–1843
    La Vie de Jeanne d'Arc (The Life of Joan of Arc)

    c. 1818
    Cotton, plain weave; engraved roller printed
    B.79.57.2
  6. Charles Abraham Chasselat
    French, 1782–1843
    La Vie de Jeanne d'Arc (The Life of Joan of Arc)

    c. 1818
    Cotton, plain weave; engraved roller printed
    B.79.57.1
  7. Samuel Cholet
    French, 1786–1874
    Fragment

    c. 1830
    Cotton, copperplate print
    B.76.72.9
  8. Jean de Court
    French, active c. 1550–1585
    Ewer Depicting a Fight Between Horsemen

    mid-16th–late 16th century
    Copper and enamel
    2014.206
  9. Augustine Courtauld
    French, 1685–1751, active England
    Cake Basket

    1743–1744
    Sterling silver
    2002.3463
  10. Glass made by Daum Frères
    French, 1875–1904
    Bowl

    1925–30
    Glass and wrought iron
    97.556
  11. Georg Jensen Silversmithy
    Danish, established 1904
    Bowl

    c. 1920
    Sterling silver
    83.251
  12. Erik Herlow
    Danish, 1913–1991
    Place Setting

    c. 1958–1965
    Stainless steel
    99.290.1-.6
  13. Arne Jacobsen
    Danish, 1902–1971
    Coffee Pot

    Designed 1964–1967
    Stainless steel and nylon
    2002.170
  14. Georg Jensen
    Danish, 1866–1935
    Cup

    Designed 1911, made c. 1945
    Sterling silver and moonstones
    2013.356
  15. Georg Jensen
    Danish, 1866–1935
    Partial Coffee Service

    Designed 1905, made 1925–1926
    Sterling silver and ivory
    2007.1784.1-.4
  16. Poul Kjaerholm
    Danish, 1929–1980
    PK 101 Candleholder

    c. 1956
    Chrome-plated steel
    2001.610
  17. Luc Lanel
    French, 1893–1965
    Vase

    c. 1930
    Leaded copper and silver
    2000.121
  18. Nicholas Laudin I
    French, 1628–1698
    Saucer

    c. 1660–1690
    Enamel and copper
    74.261.2
  19. Designed by Thorbjørn Lie-Jørgensen
    Norwegian, 1900–1961
    Vase

    c. 1942–1961
    Sterling silver and enamel
    94.970
  20. Pierre-Benoît Lorillon
    French, active 1788–c. 1836
    Spoon

    c. 1798–1809
    Silver
    B.82.15
  21. Henri Matisse
    French, 1869–1954
    Mimosa

    Designed 1949, manufactured 1951
    Wool, cotton, and jute, edition 433/500
    55.95
  22. Manufactured by Christophe Philippe Oberkampf
    French, 1738–1815
    Textile

    c. 1785
    Cotton
    77.374
  23. Pierre Platel
    French, c. 1664–1719, active London, 1697–1717
    Covered Cup

    1708–1709
    Britannia silver
    2015.303.A,.B
  24. Jean E. Puiforcat
    French, 1897–1945, active in Mexico 1942–1945
    Goblet

    c. 1942–1945
    Sterling silver and Mexican onyx
    2005.32
  25. Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Creamer

    1950s
    Sterling silver
    2004.1374.2
  26. Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Sugar Bowl

    1950s
    Sterling silver
    2004.1374.1
  27. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Carving Fork

    Silver
    96.1119.174
  28. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Carving Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.173
  29. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Serving Spoon

    Silver
    96.1119.172
  30. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Serving Spoon

    Silver
    96.1119.171
  31. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Serving Spoon

    Silver
    96.1119.170
  32. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Cake Breaker

    Silver
    96.1119.169
  33. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.168
  34. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.167
  35. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.166
  36. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.165
  37. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.164
  38. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.163
  39. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.162
  40. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.161
  41. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.160
  42. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.159
  43. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.158
  44. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.157
  45. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.156
  46. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Butter Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.155
  47. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Fish Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.154
  48. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Fish Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.153
  49. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Fish Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.152
  50. Designed by Johan Rohde
    Danish, 1856–1935
    Fish Knife

    Silver
    96.1119.151

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