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  1. Otto Künzli
    Swiss, born 1948, active Germany
    Wallpaper Brooch

    1983
    Wallpaper, hardfoam, and stainless steel pin
    2006.647

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, gift of Helen Williams Drutt English

  2. Max Fröhlich
    Swiss, 1908–1997
    Pair of Earrings

    1985
    Silver
    2005.2134.A,.B

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, gift of Helen Williams Drutt English

  3. Otto Künzli
    Swiss, born 1948, active Germany
    Wallpaper Brooches

    1982–1983
    Paper and wood
    2004.1176.1-.4

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, gift of Helen Williams Drutt English

  4. Othmar Zschaler
    Swiss, born 1930
    "Oval Relief" Ring

    1994
    Gold
    2002.4189

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Foundation

  5. Bernhard Schobinger
    Swiss, born 1946
    "Gekrönte Häupter und Vajra" [Crowned Heads and Vajra] Bracelet and Box

    1999
    750 white and yellow gold, glass, turquoise, lapis lazuli, and diamonds
    2002.4067.A,.B

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Foundation

  6. Bernhard Schobinger
    Swiss, born 1946
    "Schlange spielt mit Perle" [Snake Plays with Pearl] Armpiece

    1995
    Iron, gold, cultured pearl, black diamonds, malachite, and cinober fragments
    2002.4066

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Foundation

  7. Bernhard Schobinger
    Swiss, born 1946
    Necklace

    1994
    Tin, quartz, iron, gold, copper wire, metal sheet from steel, paint, and ink
    2002.4065

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Foundation

  8. Bernhard Schobinger
    Swiss, born 1946
    "Lippenstift für Neandertalerin" [Lipstick for Neanderthal Woman] Ring

    1991
    Copper, carborundum, silver, and gold
    2002.4064

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Foundation

  9. Bernhard Schobinger
    Swiss, born 1946
    "Edelstein mit Stacheldraht" [Jewels with Barbed Wire] Necklace

    1990
    Amethyst, rose quartz, hematite, and copper
    2002.4063

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Foundation

  10. Bernhard Schobinger
    Swiss, born 1946
    "Scherben vom Moritzplatz Berlin" Necklace

    1983–1984
    Antique crystal beads, television bulbs, German Coca-Cola bottle, silver, and steel wire
    2002.4062

    Helen Williams Drutt Collection, museum purchase funded by Gail and Louis K. Adler in honor of Fayez Sarofim

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