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David Davies

05-11-01, 03:04 PM (GMT)
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"Jewels of the balerinas"
 
   Those who recall the jewelled dragonfly winging its way across Bentley & Skinner's advertisement in the programme for Matthew Bourne's Cinderella, will not be surpised to hear of the continuing affinity of this Bond Street jeweller with the dance.

In an exhibition to be opened by Dame Beryl Grey on Thursday 22 November, the firm will be showing a collection of jewellery worn by famous dancers, both on and off the stage.

The exhibition runs from 22 November to 28 November, and is open from 11h00 to 17h00, at Bentley & Skinner, 8 New Bond Street, London W1.


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Paul A

19-11-01, 03:44 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Jewels of the balerinas"
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   The advertisement for this exhibition (in Country Life I think) uses the classic photo of Beriosova in Les Biches with all those pearls.


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