The Met collection represents more than 5000 years of art from across the globe—from the first cities of the ancient world to works being created today. Browse The Metropolitan Museum of Art catalog of unique gifts and exceptional collectibles inspired by famous artists. Each reproduction and publication is the result of careful research and expert execution by the Met’s staff of art historians, designers, and master craftspeople. As always, proceeds from the sale of all products in The Met Store directly benefit the Museum’s collection and programs.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in two iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters. Millions of people also take part in The Met experience online.
Since its founding in 1870, The Met has always aspired to be more than a treasury of rare and beautiful objects. Every day, art comes alive in the Museum’s galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing new ideas and unexpected connections across time and across cultures.
The Met Store offers a unique selection of jewelry that draws inspiration from a Museum collection that spans thousands of years, across the entire globe, with pieces modeled after everything from ancient Egyptian necklaces to early twentieth-century French evening wear. With their free mail order and online catalog this 2021, you can discover necklaces, earrings, and more based on Met artworks. The Met Store proudly offers fashion bracelets, statement earrings, stylish necklaces, and other jewelry. You’re sure to find a piece to suit your taste.
From graphic tees to brightly patterned scarves, their collection of artistic apparel and accessories brings a bit of The Met collection to your closet. The collection of scarves and shawls is just as distinctive. The best of ancient and modern art styles is reflected in their rich colors and intriguing motifs, and timeless wool and silk designs can add a flourish to any outfit, any time of year. The Met Store also features art-inspired trendy tops, statement blouses, floaty ponchos, and high-quality tees. These statement pieces will appeal to any art lover.
Informed by the height of art and historical scholarship, our selection of books covers modern and classical masters, exploring topics as varied as the Met’s collection. The sculpture reproductions we offer are no less authoritative. Whether cast off the artist’s own molds or rendered using the latest in imaging technology, our sculptures are a great way to bring art into your home. Also, the Met Store’s selection of art books and exhibition catalogues is as vast as The Met itself, covering religion, New York City, fashion, and more.
The Met has not forgotten their youngest patrons. Choose art books for toddlers in sturdy board-book style, special Museum publications, and other art books for older children, plus building sets, stuffed toys, playsets, and more. Introduce kids to the world of art and design with The Met Store’s collection of award-winning books, DVDs, and other products to spur young imaginations.
Yes. Customers can shop at stores at The Met’s two iconic New York City locations: The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters. We welcome you to visit The Met Store retail location nearest you.
2. Can I purchase a Membership or make a donation online?
Yes. Purchase a Membership in The Met Store for yourself or as a gift—and you or your gift recipient will immediately be eligible for a 10% Member discount. You may also make a donation to the Museum if you wish.
3. How do I purchase a gift card?
Met Gift Cards can be purchased at any Met Store retail location. To check your balance call 888-529-6578. Met Store eGift Certificates are no longer sold. If you received an eGift Certificate and have already created an account on The Met Store website, your Store Credit amount will be available to use. If you are holding an eGift Certificate that has not yet been converted into Store Credit by creating an account, please contact email@example.com or call (212) 731-1498 to redeem. Please click here for full Terms and Conditions.
We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information we present on our website. We may update, correct, or clarify descriptive or typographical errors from time to time. Photographs may have been enlarged or enhanced to show details. You’ll find product dimensions under the “Description” tab.
2. Does The Met Store use any colored stones that have been treated or enhanced in its line of jewelry reproductions and adaptations?
We offer jewelry featuring colored stones in an array of different colors and styles, and you might find variations of color, variety, pattern, and hue. Learn more about gemstone enhancements.
On occasion, we may run out of stock on items in high demand. Even if an item is out of stock, you may still add it to your shopping bag—and we will retain these items as “backorders.” We will inform you of any delay in shipping that exceeds 30 days. Your credit card will not reflect any charges for backordered items until we ship them to you.
2. Can I place a tax-exempt order online?
While we honor the tax-exempt status of eligible institutions, we are unable to process tax-exempt orders online. Contact our Customer Service team for information on how to send us a copy of your exemption certificate.
Once you have registered online, you can check the status of any order by visiting My Account.
2. Can I cancel or change my order?
Yes, as long as your order has not begun processing, you can cancel or change your order by calling Customer Service immediately.
From within the United States and Canada: 800-662-3397 (From other countries: +1-212-731-1498) Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm ET, except public holidays.
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