In Paris you ofcourse don't want to miss the Louvre (and "le
petit louvre" orso.. a mall-like building for antique dealers with
great jewellery.. it lays opposite of the Carroussel entrance of
the Louvre if I remember correct
It is called "Le Louvre des Antiquaires" and is just off the Rue de
Rivoli (the street that runs alongside the Louvre). In that same
street you'll also find the "Musee des Arts Decoratifs" which is
currently closed except their Jewelry gallery: an absolute "must-see"
(a history of jewelry, not very big but exceptionally well
presented). Also the gallery "Helene Poree" on the rue de l'Odeon is
specialized in contemporary jewelry.
In Munich: the Dammler Stiffung (contemporary jewelry) in the Museum
of contemporary Art In London the (big) Jewelry department at the
Victoria & Albert Museum is closed till 2008 !!!
Linda Savineau (Belgium)