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April 6, 2018
The Victoria and Albert Museum has tapped three licensees for a host of luxury merchandise in several categories.
First, U.S.-based Darioush will feature Persian art from the Museum’s collections on labels of its Darius II wine bottles. The wine is available exclusively to members of Darioush’s “First Offering” club.
In Japan, Kuwayama has created a jewelry collection inspired by a wallpaper design in the V&A archives, which was originally created by C.F.A. Voysey for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee year.
Finally, U.K.-based Rampley & Co. has created a series of pocket squares based on Victorian commemorative handkerchiefs and pieces from the V&A Europe 1600-1815 galleries.
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