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jewelry: Contemporary & Native American
jewelry: contemporary
ArtJewelryToday:Europe.
Catherine
Mallette.Hundredsofcolorphotosreveal
the wearable artwork created by today's
topart jewelersofEurope, includingone-
of-a-kind necklaces, brooches, bracelets,
rings, and earrings in gold, silver, mixed
metals, glass, enamel work, found ob-
jects,andmore.Theartistsarearranged
alphabeticallysoreadersmayseetheentire
scopeoftheirworkonthepagetogether.
Size:11"x81/2"•200+colorphotos• 256 pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4678-1•hardcover•$50.00
Art Jewelry Today.
Dona Z. Meilach. A
beautiful lookatart jewelrybytoday’stop
art jewelers,whosework isoftenshown in
artgalleriesandmuseums.Contemporary
designs ingold,silver,mixedmetals,found
objects,glass,enamelwork,andimaginative
jewelrypieces thatgobeyond tradition.
Size:81/2"x11"•550colorphotos
Index • 256 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-1766-0 • hard cover
•$50.00
Art Jewelry Today 2.
Jeffrey B. Snyder.
Wearable artwork produced by today’s
top art jewelers, including one-of-a-kind
necklaces, brooches, bracelets, rings, and
earrings ingold,silver,mixedmetals,glass,
enamelwork,foundobjects,andmore.Here
is sculpture made small and designed to
adornthebodyanddrawtheeye,created
byartists fromaround theworld .
Size:11"x81/2"•628colorphotos
Index • 256 pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3065-0•hardcover•$50.00
Art Jewelry Today 3.
Jeffrey B. Snyder.
Hundreds of vibrant color photographs
display these one-of-a-kind works of art,
including necklaces, brooches, bracelets,
rings, and earrings in gold, silver, mixed
metals, glass, and enamels, with found
objects and innovative designs. In a
departure from the previous volumes
in this series, the artists are arranged
alphabetically.
Size:11"x81/2"•613colorphotos•256pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3883-0•hardcover•$50.00•
Schiffer LTD.
United in Beauty: The Jewelry and Collec-
tors of Linda MacNeil.
Foreword by Helen
W. Drutt English. Essay by Suzanne Ramljak.
Nearly 200 pendant and choker necklaces are
shown with matching earrings, in an exquisite
exploration of artist Linda MacNeil’s celebrated
works in hand-fashioned glass gems and met-
alwork. Helen W. Drutt English, collector and
gallery owner, introduces readers to MacNeil’s
role in the current craft movement.
Size:81/2"x11"•200+colorphotos•208pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1712-1•hardcover•$59.95
Behind the Brooch: A Closer Look at
Backs, Catches, and Pin Stems.
Lorena
Angulo. The focus of this book is on the side of
the brooch we usually don’t notice: the reverse.
Clever brooch makers adorn backs with items
meant to complement the front. The backside
may even have a unique, intricate design all its
own. When you flip a brooch over in your hand,
find a surprise message or a hidden pattern.
Size:91/8"x81/8"•604colorphotos•136pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4559-3•hardcover•$34.99
jewelry: native american
Hopi Gold, Hopi Silver: 12 Contemporary
Jewelers.
ZenaPearlstone.Twelvewell-knownHopi
artists,whosework isthesubjectofthisbook,have
incorporated gold, platinum, diamonds, and rare
turquoiseintoajewelrytraditionpreviouslyidentified
predominantly with silver, while expanding the
rangeofdesignstoincludenarrativeandceremonial
representations.Thisoftenstunningand innovative
jewelryrepresentsamajorchangenotonlyinjewelry
styles,but inHopiculture.
Size:81/2"x11"•194color&b/wphotos•144pp.
ISBN:978-7643-4683-5•hardcover•$34.99
Masters of Contemporary Indian
Jewelry
. Nancy N. Schiffer. Over 50 liv-
ing jewelry masters of Native American
heritage are featured in this lavish new
book. Tufa casting, stone cutting, en-
graving,metalsmithing areevident inthis
book. See new jewelry designs as well
as sculpture that ranks as wearable art.
Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 448 color photos •
Index•256pp.•ISBN:978-7643-3245-6
•hardcover•$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"x12"•600colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 256 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1723-7•hardcover•$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:81/2’’x11’’•253photos
Index • 224 pp.
ISBN:978-0-88740-226-5•softcover•$24.99
Kachinas and Ceremonial Dancers
in Zuni Jewelry.
Toshio Sei. This book
identifies Zuni jewelry artists and their
Kachina and Ceremonial Dancer designs
from the 1940s through the 1960s.
Pins, bracelets, bolo ties, and more
appear in 240 color photos, revealing
variations that indicate each master's
distinctive style. Included are designs by
John Lucio,Anna Rita & Lambert Homer, Jr., and Robert Cachini, Sr.
Size:9"x6"•240colorphotos•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4167-0•hardcover•$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"x6"•195colorphotos•PriceGuide•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3882-3•hardcover•$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"x6"•187colorphotos•PriceGuide/Index•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3548-8•hardcover•$24.99
Figural Designs in Zuni Jewelry.
ToshioSei. In theauthor’s fourthbookon
Native American jewelry, read sixty-five
biographies of Zuni jewelry-making in-
dividuals 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"x6"•285colorphotos•Priceguide•152pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4558-6•hardcover•$24.99
Non-Figural Designs in Zuni Jewel-
ry.
Toshio Sei. Delve into the origins and
contemporary interpretations of various
stylesofnon-figuralZuni jewelrydesigns,
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"x6"•341colorphotos•160pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4727-6•hardcover•$24.99
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. The appeal
of this jewelry continued into the mid-1900s,
and by the 1950s and 1960s masters created
a legacy of fine art jewelry that is prized today.
Size:81/2"x11"•300color&18b/wphotosPrice
Guide•212pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-1244-1•hardcover•$49.99
Turquoise Jewelry.
Revised 4th Edition
.
Nancy Schiffer. This book displays a wide va-
riety 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:81/2"x11"•100sofcolorphotos•64pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2843-5•softcover•$9.95
Turquoise: Mines, Mineral, &Wearable Art.
Mark P. Block. Over 390 color photos show
turquoise in its natural state, cut, polished, and
set into silver and gold jewelry. The turquoise
presented spans mines from New Mexico to
Nevada, China to Iran. Examples shown by
native artists helped make turquoise popular in
America. The text discusses the gemstone, its
values, and many mines that produced turquoise.
Size:81/2"x11"•394color&1b/wphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2642-4•softcover•$29.95
Indian Jewelry of the American Southwest.
Revised 3rd Edition. William A. Turnbaugh &
Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh, Foreword by Barry
M. Goldwater. More than 125 vivid color photos
display groups of Indian-made wrought silver,
turquoise, shell, and coral jewelry brought
together from historic collections as well as
those available today on reservations. Includes
products of Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Rio Grande
Pueblo artisans.
Size:81/2’’x11’’•PriceGuide
157 photos, illustrations & maps • 96 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2577-9•softcover•$12.95
ReassessingHallmarksofNativeSouthwest
Jewelry: Artists, Traders, Guilds, and the
Government.
PatMessierandKimMessier.Using
over 275 photos and detailed research, identifies
forty-five Native American silversmiths and their
hallmarksfoundonSouthwest jewelry.Somemarks
date as early as the 1920s, along with the marks
of traders, guilds, and the government. Marks are
shown in situ on the jewelry, along with images of
artists, tradingposts,andguildads.
Size:81/2"x11"•279photos•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4670-5•hardcover•$34.99
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
336 beautiful color photographs demonstrate
the excellent craftsmanship in jewelry which is
available in today’s marketplace and the text
presents the variations of style to be exciting.
Size:81/2"x11"•336colorphotos
Price Guide • 144 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-938-5•softcover•$19.95
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