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hermann jünger, 1958 vivianna torun bülow-hübe, 1959 hubertus von skal, 1967 friedrich becker, 1962 bruno martinazzi, 1969 reinhold reiling, 1969 claus bury, 1974 daniel kruger, 1977 peter skubic, 1980 emmy van leersum, 1982 ramon puig cuyas, 1984 gerd rothmann, 1984 francesco pavan, 1984 otto künzli, 1985 mario pinton, 1987 marianne schliwinski, 1988 bernhard schobinger, 1988 anton cepka, 1989 robert ebendorf, 1990 dorothea prühl, 1990 renate heintze, 1991 max fröhlich, 1993 ruudt peters, 1993 karl fritsch, 1993 peter chang, 1995 doris betz, 1997 bettina speckner, 1997 thomas gentille, 1999 yasuki hiramatsu, 2000 sally marsland, 2000 falko marx, 2000 ike jünger, 2001 christiane förster, 2001 andi gut, 2002 schmucknadeln, 2003 karen pontoppidan, 2003 warwick freeman, 2003 lisa walker, 2003
hermann jünger, 1965 friedrich becker, 1969 mario pinton, 1978 dorothea prühl, 1999
Showcasing some 300 pieces of jewelry art, on March 5, 2004 Die Neue Sammlung and the Danner Foundation opened a new permanent exhibition area. It showcases permanent loans from the Danner Jewelry Collection, which provides a wealth of insights into this lively international scene.   > continue …

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Jewelry can be deadly. Jewelry is addictive. Jewelry can ruin you. Jewelry can cause immense damage to your clothes. Jewelry can endanger your appearance. Jewelry can incite criminal acts. Jewelry can entangle you in embarrassing circumstances. Jewelry can disfigure the way you look. Wearing jewelry can be dangerous. Wearing jewelry can result in you feeling more attractive than you really are. Wearing jewelry in public can result in you being robbed. Jewelry can contain materials that pose a grave danger to your health.
 
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