By  on August 6, 2008

BOSTON — Starting in his teens, René Lalique created masterpieces of Art Nouveau jewelry for about a decade before turning exclusively to glass.

“Imperishable Beauty: Art Nouveau Jewelry,” running through Nov. 9 at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, has as its backbone many Laliques from the private holdings of an anonymous Philadelphia couple who have collected them for five decades. More than half the pieces exhibited have never been shown publicly.

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