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  • 305 Authentic Art Nouveau Jewelry Designs

    By Maurice Dufrene

    Our Price: $11.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780486249049
    • Publisher: Dover Publications
    • Published: September 1985
    Shows turn-of-the-century American and European designs for pendants, combs, buckles, bracelets, brooches, rings, buttons, necklaces, and hairpins
  • 500 Pendants and Lockets: Contemporary Interpretations of Classic Adornments

    By Marthe Le Van

    Our Price: $20.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781600590382
    • Publisher: Lark Books
    • Published: May 2008
    Offers photographs of contemporary pieces crafted using traditional and unique materials and a variety of techniques including casting, forming, forging, and stone setting.
  • Adorn: New Jewelry

    By Amanda Mansell

    Our Price: $15.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781856695749
    • Publisher: Laurence King
    • Published: October 2008
    This showcase of new jewelry offers a global view of exciting work from nearly 200 cutting-edge jewelry designers, featuring pieces made using the latest industrial technologies and processes, as well as more traditional methods and materials. Chapters are arranged by type of jewelry and each designer may feature in a number of chapters. In this way, from headpiece to toe ring, the book takes readers on a visual journey around the body and provides a rich source of inspiration for anyone looking to design, commission, or buy their own jewelry. 450 illus. 272p.
  • Adornment: The Necklaces of Barbara Natoli Witt

    Our Price: $9.95 - $30.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9781555953348
    • Publisher: Hudson Hills Press
    • Published: August 2011
    With the utmost clarity and efficacy, Barbara Natoli Witt' unparalleled gift for designing and making art in the form of necklaces is beautifully presented. As author and jewelry expert Lois Sherr Dubin reveals, "The incandescent artistry of Barbara Natoli Witt is strikingly apparent. The profound, almost primal appeal of the necklaces reflects a wholeness that structures her life and art. Barbara uniquely integrate fiber and objects, yet her talent with artifacts is only part of the story. Of equal importance is Barbara's relationship with a group of women who have provided the foundation for her business successes and encouraged her to direct her own career."After graduation hum The Cooper Union in New York City, Natoli Witt settled in the Sari Francisco Bay Area and started teaching art courses. In the 1970's, she discovered an affinity for incorporating beads and artifacts into her woven tapestries, which fueled a lifelong penchant for symbolism, history, and global cultures, and which she continues to integrate today. Whether African, European, or Asian in theme, Natoli Witt's stunning necklaces are exceptional, peerless, and unequivocally original. Her time-less works of art traverse generations of wearers like the artifacts, jewels, and one-of-a-kind objects that constitute. her exquisite necklaces.In the permanent collections of distinguished venues such as the Smithsonian Institution, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum; Museum of Arts and Design in New York City; and Oakland Museum of California, Natoli Witt's necklaces also have a cosmopolitan following and customer base. Clients include Margrit Biever Mondavi, Selwa Roosevelt, Rosemarie Stack, and the late Claire Booth Luc/ and Diana Vreeland. Natoli Witt's approach to designing and selling her work is├╣like her necklaces├╣somewhat unconventional and a departure from the more typical route of marketing through art galleries. She relishes the rapport established through private exhibitions and the more intimate contact it affords, asserting, "... if you are a wearables artist,' then you really need to experience the reality of other people's lives. The more realistic dealings that you have in the world, the more you realize that there is no hypothetical person, no hypothetical lifestyle.'
  • Alchemy: A Passion for Jewels

    By Temple St. Claire

    Our Price: $15.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780061198731
    • Publisher: Collins Design
    • Published: October 2008
    A lavishly photographed survey of the art of fine jewelry making combines commentary on art and culture with anecdotes from the author's life as a jewelry artist, in a visual history that covers such topics as the origins of talismans and the complicated pursuit of flawless gems. 10,000 first printing.
  • All My Baskets: American Costume Jewelry, 1930-1960

    By Gabriella Mariotti

    Our Price: $45.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9788821639043
    • Publisher: Franco Maria Ricci
    A personal collection of American-made 'basket' object costume jewelry dramaticaly color-photographed. Text is in English and Italian.
  • All That Glitters: The Glory of Costume Jewelry

    By Jody Shields

    Our Price: $20.00
    • Format: Oversize Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780847808717
    • Publisher: RIZZOLI
    • Published: January 1988
    Traces the history of costume jewelry from the 1920s to the 1980s and discusses styles, materials, and fads
  • Amazing Gems: An Illustrated Guide to the World's Most Dazzling Costume Jewelry

    By Deanna Farneti Cera

    Our Price: $15.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780810931473
    • Publisher: Harry N Abrams Inc
    • Published: April 1997
    The noted jewelry expert has selected more than 250 of the world's best costume jewelry creations, organized by time period and maker. Whether describing pendants by Lalique, necklaces by Chanel, brooches by Dior, or earrings by Kenneth Jay Lane, readers will learn about the actual composition of a piece, identifying marks, and distinguishing characteristics.274 illus., 264 in full color. 256p.
  • American Costume Jewelry: Art & Industry, 1935-1950, N-Z

    By Roberto Brunialti

    Our Price: $59.99
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780764329838
    • Publisher: SCHIFFER
    • Published: October 2008
  • American Indian Jewelry I: 1200 Artist Biographies

    By Gregory Schaaf

    Our Price: $65.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780966694871
    • Publisher: CIAC PRESS
    • Published: January 2003
  • American Jewelry Manufacturers

    By Dorothy T. Rainwater

    Our Price: $42.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780887401206
    • Publisher: Schiffer Publishing
    • Published: March 1997
  • Art Deco Fashion and Jewelry

    By Clare Haworth-Maden

    Our Price: $7.50
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780785809876
    • Publisher: CHARTWELL BOOKS INC.
    • Published: September 1998
  • Art Deco Jewelry

    By Sylvie Raulet

    Our Price: $50.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780847806225
    • Publisher: Rizzoli
    • Published: November 1989
    A magnificent study of jewelry of the Art Deco period, including masterpieces from Cartier, Boucheron, Van Cleef & Arpels, and creations by Cassandre, Lalique, the Fouquets, and many others. As with so many of theartworks of this period, these exceptional pieces range from geometric intricacies to incredibly ornate settings. The samples shown are drawn from some of the world's finest collections, both public and private. 792 illus.,261 in color. 344p
  • Art as Jewellery: Artists' Jewellery from Calder to Kapoor

    By Louisa Guinness

    Our Price: $75.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9781851498703
    • Publisher: Acc Publishing Group Ltd
    • Published: January 2018
  • The Art of Bulgari: La Dolce Vita and Beyond 1950-1990

    By Bulgari

    Our Price: $35.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9783791353234
    • Publisher: Prestel
    • Published: September 2013
    "This catalogue accompanies the exhibition of the same name at the de Young Museum, San Francisco, September 21, 2013-February 17, 2014. It covers four decades of creativity and artistic production by the jeweler Bulgari, based in Rome, focusing particularly on the postwar climate in Italy in which an "Italian style" of jewelry emerged"--

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