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jewelry: period, victorian mourning, rosaries, cameos, charms, enameled & costume
jewelry: period
Form & Function: American Modernist
Jewelry, 1940-1970.
Marbeth Schon. Mod-
ernist jewelry from 96 artists, including the work
of sculptors Alexander Calder, Harry Bertoia,
Jose de Rivera, Peter and Daniel Macchiarini,
and Earl and Tod Pardon. Plastics, pearls, brass,
copper, silver, gold, and enamels are found here
in mini-sculptures and jewelry ornaments for
men and women alike.
Size:81/2"x11"•471colorphotos
Index•256pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2976-0•hardcover•$69.99
Modernist Jewelry 1930-1960: The Wear-
able Art Movement.
Marbeth Schon. The
work of 175 of the most important American
modernist artist jewelers appears in over 540
color and 35 black and white photos. Their story
and jewelry isarrangedchronologicallyand linked
to four pivotal mid-century exhibitions. They
comprise the modernist movement of wearable
art directly, influencing the next generations.
Size:81/2"x11"•540color&35b/wphotos
Value reference/Index • 292 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2020-3•hardcover•$69.95
Egyptian Revival Jewelry & Design.
Dale
Reeves Nicholls, Shelly Foote, & Robin Allison.
Jewelry and decorative manufactured goods
in Egyptian Revival style. Focusing on revival
consumer goods inspired by the ancient culture,
it explores Egyptian designs for insects, hiero-
glyphics, sphinx, royal symbols, and geometric
patterns. Manufacturers are introduced with
information collectors will reference. Chronology
identifies the kingdoms and their relevant styles.
Size:81/2"x11"•over400colorandB/Wphotos
•PriceGuide/Index•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2540-X•hardcover•$39.95
Jewelry &Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts
Tradition.
2nd edition, revised
. Elyse Zorn
Karlin. The best study of Arts & Crafts-style jewel-
ry and metalwork to date. Hundreds of beautiful
pieces of jewelry are illustrated, their history,
characteristics, materials, motifs, influences,
and makers’ marks are traced. Biographical
sketches are provided for the most influential
British designers/jewelers/metalworkers.
Size:81/2"x11"•713colorphotos
Price Guide • 288 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1898-5•hardcover•$69.95
Hand Wrought Arts & Crafts Metalwork
and Jewelry: 1890-1940.
Darcy L. Evon. An
illustrated history of important jewelers and
metalworkers from the American Arts and Crafts
Movement. Based on original research, the book
includes work examples and hallmarks from
dozens of newly discovered leaders in innovative
design and exquisite hand workmanship.
Size:9"x12"•717b/w&colorphotos•288pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4485-5•hardcover•$79.99
Copper Art Jewelry: A Different Luster.
Matthew L. Burkholz & Linda Lichtenberg Kaplan.
The premier reference for twentieth century
designs in copper jewelry, this beautiful book
has been praised by collectors, appraisers, and
art dealers alike. Over 300 color photos show
hundreds of examples of the jewelry. Original
art work, advertising, identifying marks and
anecdotes round out this exhaustive study.
Size:81/2"x11"•300colorphotos
Price Guide • 176 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-419-7•hardcover•$49.95
A Century of Jewelry: Classy, Flashy, and
Trashy!
Deborah Crosby. Over 1,000 pieces of
fine and costume jewelry chronicle the widening
accessibility in the period from 1860 to 1960.
Materials include traditional precious metals
and stones, as well as vulcanite, hair, plastics,
aluminum, etc. Glossary, bibliography, and
current values included.
Size:81/2"x11"•1100colorphotos
Price Guide • 256 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2323-7•hardcover•$49.95
Popular Jewelry 1840-1940.
Revised &
Expanded 4th Edition
. Roseann Ettinger.
A visual tour of antique jewelry covering the
Victorian era through Art Nouveau and Art
Deco designs. Identifies the makers and styles,
with hundreds of color images of cameos, hair
ornaments, hat pins, necklaces, bracelets, pins,
andmore.Aproven reliablesourceof information.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 500+ color photos • Updated
PriceGuide•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3650-8•softcover•$29.99
Forties & Fifties Popular Jewelry.
2nd
edition, revised and expanded
. Roseann
Ettinger. The lively and innovative jewelry of
this era is presented in thousands of examples,
including costume and semi-precious pieces
with identifying text and current market values.
Organizedbystylesandmaterials toaidcollectors
and dealers in identifying their items.
Size:81/2"x11"•525+colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1819-5•softcover•$29.95
Popular Jewelry of the ‘60s, ‘70s & ‘80s.
Revised & Expanded 3rd Edition
. Roseann
Ettinger. Today, attitudes about costume jewelry
include respect and enjoyment from the growing
number of collectors who search for pieces made
by important designers from the sixties, seventies,
and eighties. Over 600 color photographs and
60 advertising pieces are presented to display
the variety in these popular adornments.
Size:81/2"x11"•675colorphotos•Index•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3806-9•softcover•$29.99
jewelry: victorian mourning
Fashionable Mourning Jewelry, Clothing,
and Customs.
Mary Brett. A fascinating text
explains the many popular nineteenth century
traditions associated with death and mourning.
Over 300 color photographs display jewelry,
photography, clothing, customs, and symbolism.
Over 70 pages of a Victorian hair jewelry catalog
are included. Size:81/2"x11"•229colorand72
b/wphotos•priceguide/index•240pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2446-2•hardcover•$59.95
Mourning Art & Jewelry.
Maureen DeLo-
rme. Decorative art created to memorialize and
commemorate death from the 1600s through
World War I. Outstanding examples of mourn-
ing jewelry, portrait miniatures, pottery and
glassware, paintings and sculpture, posthumous
photographs, hair-work memorials, and more.
Includes background information, current values,
glossary, and bibliography.
Size:81/2"x11"•490colorphotos
Price Guide • 256 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1964-7•hardcover•$59.95
jewelry: rosaries
The Rosary Collector’s Guide.
Gloria Brady
Hoffner and Helen Hoffner. With 240 color pho-
tos, descriptions, and historical background on
rosaries, crosses, crucifixes, and center medals,
this guide helps antique sellers, collectors, and
enthusiasts describe in detail rosaries, old and
new. It gives guidance on the age and value of
rosaries, as well as advice to use when buying
rosaries online or in the marketplace.
Size:81/2"x11"•241colorphotos•152pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4535-7•hardcover•34.99
jewelry: cameos
Cameos: A Pocket Guide.
Revised & Expanded
3rd Edition with Updated Price Guide
. Monica
Lynn Clements & Patricia Rosser Clements. 14 new
cameos and values. Shell, stone, plastic, ivory, lava,
glass, plastics, and metal cameos used in jewelry
and ornamental objects.. An excellent pocket guide
reference for collectors or anyone who appreciates the
simplicity and beauty of cameo designs.
Size:6"x9"•335•160pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3807-6•softcover•$19.99
Cameos: Classical to Costume.
Revised &
Expanded 2nd Edition
. Monica Lynn Clements
& Patricia Rosser Clements. Over 1400 examples
of cameo jewelry, ranging from the 1700s to the
present. Includedaremythologicalmotifs,religious
subjects and the ever-present anonymous woman.
Ahistory isprovidedandchapterscovereachofthe
cameomaterials.Over500colorphotoscapturethe
timelessbeautyof theart.
Size:81/2"x11" •560colorphotos•224pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2994-4•hardcover•$59.99
jewelry: charms
Charms and Charm Bracelets: The Com-
plete Guide.
Joanne Schwartz, Photography
by Robert N. Schwartz, Technical Advisor, Joan
Munkacsi. A comprehensive and entertaining
guide to charms and charm bracelets, profusely
illustrated with over 300 color photos. Date
charms made from 1880 to 1960 and deter-
mine their value. Great for collectors, dealers,
& appraisers.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 369 color & 24 b&w photos
PriceGuide/Index•192pp.•ISBN:0-7643-2129-3
•hardcover•$39.95
jewelry: enameled
Contemporary Enameling: Art and Tech-
nique.
LilyanBachrach.Techniquesforvitreous,or
hard,enamelsonmetal.Morethan30experienced
enamelistssharetheirspecializedknowledgeforusing
cloisonne,plique—jour,champlev,andbasse-taille
techniques on silver, gold, foils, and metal clay to
make jewelry, vessels, portraits, and more. Recent
works fromanadditional55artistsaredisplayed.
Size:8-1/2"x11"• 192pp.
359colorand14b/wphotos
ISBN:0-7643-2355-5•hardcover•$39.95
Antique Enameled Jewelry.
Dale Nicholls
with Robin Allison. Enameled jewelry, an im-
portant part of world-wide jewelry design in the
late 1900s and early 20th century, explaining
and illustrating techniques and the symbolism
found in Victorian, Art Nouveau, and Arts and
Crafts jewelry design, Edwardian and Art Deco
styles, as well as important jewelry designers.
Size: 8 1/2” x 11” • 450 color photos
Price Guide/Index • 192 pp.
ISBN: 0-7643-1991-4 • hard cover • $49.95
jewelry: costume
Jewels of Passion: Costume Jewelry Mas-
terpieces.
SherriR.DuncanwithDebyA.Roberts.
Costume jewelry from 53 of the top designers of
the20thcentury.360 lusciouscolorphotosdisplay
exquisite examples of each desgner’s best work.
People are seen enjoying the jewelry in their daily
lives and having fun together because of the good
feelingsthis jewelrygivesthem.Letthepassionroll!
Size:81/2"x11"•400+colorphotos
Index •176pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2897-8•hardcover•$39.99
ABCsofCostumeJewelry:AdviceforBuying&
Collecting.
DaveSalsbury&LeeSalsbury.Thisbook
hasbasicinformationallcollectorsanddealersshould
knowwithover500colorphotographsofcostume
jewelry by nearly 100 designers. After reading this
book,ifyoumake justoneknowledgeablepurchase,
oravoidabadone,youwillmorethancoverthecost
ofyour investment.
Size:81/2"x11"•575colorphotos
Priceguide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1913-2•softcover•$29.95
American Costume Jewelry: Art & Industry,
1935-1950,A-M.
Roberto&CarlaGinelli Brunialti.
An encyclopedic study of most significant American
costume jewelry dating from the years 1930-1950.
A meticulous, reliable instrument to knowing and
understanding these true and proper little works of
art.Thisvolume,A-M,includesAccessocrafttoMosell
andincludesBoucher,Coro,Eisenberg,MiriamHaskell,
Hobeandothers.
Size:9"x12"•536colorphotos,400 illustrations
Valueguide•256pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2982-1•hardcover•$59.99
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