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106 Weaving of the Southwest. 2nd Edition, Revised. Marian Rodee. This book presents important information on Pueblo, Navajo, Rio Grande, and Northern Mexican weaving styles of the Southwestern U. S. region. Traditional and modern styles of blankets, clothing, and rugs are identified and explained in detail, with brief accountsofsomeoftheoldtradingpoststhatsold them. The evolving weaving styles are explained, including a caution for identifying foreign copies. Size: 9" x 12" • 579 photos • Index • 248 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-1854-3 • soft cover • $29.95 Navajo Weaving Today. Nancy N. Schiffer. The traditional regional styles long associated with Navajo blankets and rugs continue to evolve. Here contemporary weavings are shown in color, with text identifying many of today’s weavers. The new styles of Burntwater, Wide Ruins, Ganado, Crystal, Chinle, Two Grey Hills, Teec Nos Pos, Western Reservation and Shiprock area designs show the continuing talent among today’s Navajo weavers. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 172 color photos • 64 pp. ISBN: 0-88740-319-0 • soft cover • $12.95 Pictorial Weavings of the Navajo. Nancy N. Schiffer. In this folk art, representations of recognizable objects occasionally have been a part of Navajo weavings at least since the mid- 19th century. Pictorial weavings are shown with new as well as older examples. Here are familiar and imaginary animals, birds, people, religious designs, and multiple weavings of fantastic details, arranged chronologically within design groups to demonstrate the evolution of styles. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 194 color photos • 64 pp. ISBN: 0-88740-318-2 • soft cover • $12.95 Masters of Contemporary Indi- an Jewelry. Nancy N. Schiffer. Over 50 living jewelry masters of Native American heritage are featured in this lavish new book. Tufa casting, stone cutting, engraving, met- alsmithing are evident in this book. See new jewelry designs as well as sculpture that ranks as wearable art. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 448 color photos • Index • 256 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3245-6 • hard cover • $50.00 Evolving Southwest Indian Jewelry. Nancy N. Schiffer. A classic study of Southwest Native American jewelry documenting the fascinating story of evolving designs and techniques from early traders and artists up to the present. Over 500 color photos of silver, turquoise, shell, and gold jewelry, including Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Pueblo belts, buckles, bracelets, necklaces, mens jewelry, earrings, and pins from the late 19th century to the present. Size: 9" x 12" • 600 photos • 256 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-1723-7 •hard cover • $59.95 Indian Silver Jewelry of the Southwest: 1868-1930. Larry Frank with Millard J. Holbrook II. This splendidly illustrated volume celebrates the historic silver and turquoise jewelry of the Navajo and Pueblo Indians. A classic, it presents over 300 superb objects that are usually hidden from view in museum storerooms and private collections across the U.S. 253 close-up photos of conchas, necklaces, bracelets, rings, bridles, and other pieces. Size: 8 1/2’’ x 11’’ • 253 photos • 224 pp. ISBN: 978-0-88740-226-5 • soft cover • $24.99 Kachinas and Ceremonial Dancers in Zuni Jewelry. Toshio Sei. This book identifies Zuni artists and their Kachina and Ceremonial Dancer designs from the 1940s through the 1960s. Their mosaic stone and shell inlay pins, bracelets, bolo ties, and more appear in 240 color photos, revealing variations that indicate each master’s distinctive style. Size: 9" x 6" • 240 color photos • Price Guide • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4167-0 • hard cover • $24.99 Hopi Bird and Sun Face in Zuni Jewelry. Toshio Sei. Delve into the origins and interpretations of Sun Face and Thunderbird/Hopi Bird designs. This thorough study establishes the identities of 33 Zuni artists and their Sun face and Thunderbird/Hopi Bird designs from the 1940s through the 1960s. Over 190 color photos display the artwork and subtle variations indicative of each master’s distinctive style. Size: 9" x 6" • 195 color photos • Price Guide • 144 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3882-3 • hard cover • $24.99 Knifewing & Rainbow Man in Zuni Jewelry. Toshio Sei. This orig- inal book delves into the origins and contemporary interpretations of the Knifewing god in Zuni mythology and the sacred being Rainbow Man from ancient Zuni traditions. Twenty-eight mid-20th century and current jewelers are featured, who made pins, bracelets, bolo ties and other ornaments. Size: 9" x 6" • 187 color photos • Price Guide/Index • 144 pp.ISBN: 978-0- 7643-3548-8 • hard cover • $24.99 Figural Designs in Zuni Jewelry. Toshio Sei. Sixty-five biographies of Zuni jewel- ry-making individuals and families who have created many successful motifs taken from the animal kingdom, including horses and cows, butterflies and dragonflies, deer and antelope, birds of all shapes and sizes, and humans, using silver and mosaic inlay pins, bracelets, bolo ties, and other ornaments. Size: 9" x 6" • 285 color photos • Price guide • 144 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4558-6 • hard cover • $24.99 Non-Figural Designs in Zuni Jewel- ry. Toshio Sei. Delve into the origins and contemporary interpretations of various styles of non-figural Zuni jewelry designs, including nugget work, cluster work, petit point, needle point, snake eye, and channel work. This groundbreaking study establishes the identities of many Zuni Artists from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s, and showcases their turquoise and coral pins, bracelets, bolo ties, and other ornaments. . Size: 9" x 6" • 341 color photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4727-6 • hard cover • $24.99 Eddy Hulbert, Silversmith: Artistry in Dryhead Country, Montana. E. Helene Sage. Eddy Hulbert (1898-1960) was an accomplished, self-taught blacksmith and silversmith whose output is highly sought after by today's collector of Western antiquaria. Known for his spurs, bits, belt buckles, and jewelry, his style is distinctive and bold, and his designs unique. Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" • 226 color & b/w photos • 144 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-4726-9 • hard cover • $39.99 Southwest Silver Jewelry. Paula A. Baxter. The first century of Navajo and Pueblo metal jewelry-making in the American Southwest. Beginning in the late 1860s, the region’s native peoples learned metalworking and united it with a tradition of beads and ornaments made from turquoise and other natural materials. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 300 color & 18 b/w photos Price Guide • 212 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-1244-1 • hard cover • $49.95 Turquoise Jewelry. Revised 4th Edition. Nancy N. Schiffer. This book displays a wide variety of Southwest Indian-made jewelry with many different colors and types of turquoise, presented according to origin and dating from over a hundred years ago up to the present with innovative designs. Men’s and women’s jewelry is included in belts, bracelets, bolo ties, necklaces, and many other beautiful pieces. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 100s of color photos • 64 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2843-5 • soft cover • $9.95 Turquoise Mines, Minerals, andWearable Art, 2nd Edition . Mark P. Block. Explore the fascinatinghistoryandcontemporary influenceof turquoise as a gemstone of choice for collectors, artists, and jewelry wearers. Illustrated with over 500 color images, this updated second edition includes nearly 150 new photos of gems in their natural state, cut, polished, and set into silver and gold jewelry. . Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 553 photos • 176 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-5364-2 • soft cover • $29.99 Indian Jewelry on the Market. Peter N. Schiffer. All of the beautiful American Indian jewelry shown in this book was actually for sale when the photographs were taken with the prices and ranges noted with each caption. The photographs demonstrate the excellent craftsmanship in jewelry which is available in today’s marketplace. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 336 color photos Price Guide • 144 pp. ISBN: 0-88740-938-5 • soft cover • $19.95 Southwestern Indian Rings. Paula A. Baxter. Photography by Barry Katzen. A fascinating variety of American Indian rings from the south- western United States. This book provides a design history of these rings, beginning with pre-contact artifacts and continuing through to contemporary artistic innovations. A guide to valuation issues and resources is offered for collectors. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 359 color photos • Index • 160 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-3875-5 • hard cover • $34.99 Zuni Jewelry. Revised 3rd Edition. Theda and Michael Bassman, with photography by Gene Balzer. The lovely stone inlay work in Zuni jewelry is world famous and here it is shown in popular forms for men and women. 90 brilliant color photographs and a brand new price guide present hundreds of Zuni jewelry forms to tempt and delight collectors throughout Asia, Europe and America. Modern artists are identified. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 90 color photos • 64 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2367-9 • soft cover • $12.99 THE SOUTHWEST: STORIES, LORE & HISTORY UFOs Over Nevada: A True History of Extrater- restrial Encounters in the Silver State. Preston Dennett.Thefirstbooktopresentacomprehensivehistory of UFO encounters in the Silver State. Inside you will find sightings, landings, face-to-face encounters, onboard experiences and even UFO crashes. Why does Las Vegas attract so many UFOs? What is the truth about Area 51? Theanswersare inside! Size: 9"x6"•7b/wphotos•224pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-4777-1•softcover•$19.99 HauntsoftheSouthwest. LindaMoffitt. Exploretheghostsandmysteriesacrossthe AmericanSouthwest.Includesaddressesto publiclocationsinArizona,California,Neva- da,NewMexico,Colorado,andUtah.Over 200differentspiritsandhaunted locations. Size: 9" x 6" • 72 color photos • Index • 160pp.•ISBN:978-0-7643-3597-6•soft cover•$19.99 AlienEncountersintheWesternUnitedStates. Tracie Austin.The9accountsofalienencounters inthisbookare true.MeetDr.RogerLeir,whodocumentedencountersand performedsurgerytoremovealleged implants.Readabout on-craft horrifying physical examinations, reproduction experiments,hybridchildren,telepathy, levitation,missing time,andmore.SeedrawingsbyChristineDennettofalien beings, including theGreys,Reptilian,Nordic,Dwarf,and the Tall Whites. Size: 6" x 9" • 10 Illustrations • 128 pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-4145-8•softcover•$16.99 THE SOUTHWEST

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