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Are you curious how ancient craftsmen created such lavish and intricate works without the use of modern tools? Discover how Roman silversmiths carefully tapped out the forms of centaurs and wild beasts, highlighted special features using powdered gold and liquid mercury, and left behind hidden marks to carefully document the value of the silver, often using techniques still practiced in metalwork today.  

See this cup that is nearly two thousand years old and more of the world’s finest surviving Roman silver objects in Ancient Luxury and the Roman Silver Treasure from Berthouville, now on view at the Legion of Honor. Watch now.

Honor Our Veterans with the Book of Gold

The Book of Gold is shown annually at the Legion during the month of November to honor California veterans. This large, leather-bound volume is inscribed with the approximately 3,600 names and hometowns of Californians who died in World War I. Read more about the book or view a searchable list of the names included. Learn more.
 

What California Modern Wrought: The Apotheosis of Ceramic Sculpture | November 15 | 10:30 am | Legion of Honor

The talk will examine the emergence of sculpture from the studio pottery movement in California. It will include discussions of leading late-20th century artists such as Voulkos, Robert Arneson, and Clayton Bailey, as well as current work. Learn more.
   
 

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Jewel City Monet James Turrell's 'Three Gems' Monet
 

Jewel City Now Open

Visit the special exhibition Jewel City: Art from San Francisco’s Panama-Pacific International Exposition to experience the same astonishment and wonder that fairgoers did when they first viewed this amazing variety of works a century ago. Learn more.
 
 

Breguet: Art and Innovation in Watchmaking open through January 10, 2016 | Legion of Honor

Abraham-Louis Breguet’s groundbreaking designs for timepieces produced in the late 1700s and early 1800s led to him to be dubbed "the father of modern horology." His legacy lives on in a name that represents great prestige and luxury.

Breguet: Art and Innovation in Watchmaking presents more than 70 watches and clocks, and includes displays describing the technology that transformed the nature of personal timekeeping.  Learn more.
 
 

A Better Way to Navigate the de Young

The de Young App by Guidekick features an innovative 3-D map of the building and offers your choice of thematic tours: follow a defined path though the de Young’s collection or enjoy a less-structured experience that sends notifications as you approach specific artworks. Exclusive content allows you to hear the museum’s curators tell the stories behind some of the de Young’s most fascinating works of art. Learn more and download now.
 
 

Holiday Artisan Fair at the de Young

Piazzoni Murals Room | Friday, November 20, 9:30 am–8:30 pm | Saturday, November 21, 9:30 am–4:30 pm

The Museum Stores proudly present 18 top Bay Area artisans showcasing their extraordinary jewelry, textiles, home accessories, and quality crafts. Visit the de Young next Friday and Saturday to meet the makers and shop a wide selection of unique and locally produced holiday gifts.

Free event admission. Members receive a 10% discount. Learn more.
de Young: Golden Gate Park | 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, San Francisco, CA 94118 | 415-750-3600 | deyoungmuseum.org | Hours: Tuesdays–Sundays, 9:30 am–5:15 pm | Closed most Mondays and select holidays 
 
           

Legion of Honor: Lincoln Park | 100 34th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121 | 415-750-3600 | legionofhonor.org | Hours: Tuesdays–Sundays, 9:30 am–5:15 pm | Closed most Mondays and select holidays
 
           

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Cup with Centaurs, Roman. 1st century AD. Silver and gold. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des monnaies, médailles et antiques, Paris.

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Paul Dresang, Loving Cup, ca. 1995. Porcelain, soda-fired. Crocker Art Museum, promised gift of Sidney Swidler

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