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Peace Dove pin, designer Cecile et Jeanne, France; photographer John Bigelow Taylor.
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  • Title Bird

    Date 2000

    Designer Iradj Moini, USA

    Materials Rhodium-Plated Enameled Base Metal, Crystals, Glass Cabochons

    Size 5.2" x 3.5"
    (13.2cm x 8.9cm)

  • Title Chick on Branch

    Date 1994

    Designer © Tiffany & Co., USA/Italy

    Materials 18kt Yellow and White Gold, Diamonds, Sapphires

    Size 1" x 0.8"
    (2.5cm x 2cm)

  • Title Chick

    Date 1994

    Designer © Tiffany & Co., USA/France

    Materials 20kt Yellow Gold, 18kt White Gold, Rubies, Diamond, Emeralds

    Size 1.3" x 0.7"
    (3.3cm x 1.8cm)

  • Title Bird with Pearl

    Date circa 1990

    Designer Bettina von Walhof, USA

    Materials Black Rhodium-Plated Base Metal, Baroque South Sea Cultured Pearl, Rhinestones

    Size 4.7" x 4.5"
    (11.9cm x 11.4cm)

  • Title Large Swan

    Date 1998

    Designer Swarovski, Austria

    Materials Rhodium-Plated Base Metal, Swarovski Crystals

    Size 1.8" x 1.6"
    (4.6cm x 4.1cm)

  • Title Small Swan

    Date 1998

    Designer Swarovski, Austria

    Materials Rhodium-Plated Base Metal, Swarovski Crystals

    Size 1.3" x 1.1"
    (3.3cm x 2.8cm)

Title: Colorful Bird
Date: 1997
Designer: Iradj Moini, USA
Materials: Yellow Gold-Plated Base Metal, Wire, Emerald Cabochon, Rubies, Amethyst, Simulated Coral, Composite Malachite/Azurite, Crystals
Size: 3.5″ x 1.7″ (9 cm x 4.3 cm)
Title: Petit Oiseau
Date: 1998
Designer: Jacqueline Lecarme, Belgium
Materials: Resin, Simulated Pearl, Simulated Horn, Crystals, Buttons, Beads
Size: 4.7″ x 3.3″ (12 cm x 8.5 cm)
Title: Wise Owl
Date: 1995
Designer: Lea Stein, France 
Materials: Simulated Tortoise, Cellulose Acetate Laminate
Size: 1.9″ x 2.4″ (4.8 cm x 6 cm)

Expressions of Hope

As more people began to take notice of her pins, Albright became more conscious of her daily choices and how best to express her hopes for a particular day. For example, to conjure up the quality needed in a negotiation, she might wear a tranquil swan or a wise owl. Other birds suggest watchfulness coupled with a readiness to swoop into action.