William Spratling

In 2012, the museum received on loan through the Ulrich family, 1,583 works made by the New York designer and silversmith William Spratling.

Among the works of this collection, we find pieces of jewelry and sculptures, alongside different decorative and utilitarian objects made from silver that are mainly inspired by the Pre-Columbian art, for they combine the use of silver with stones and other materials such as malachite, obsidian, jade, and hawksbill.