The New Jewelry

Author: Carles Codina
Editor: Lark Books
ISBN: 1579907342
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Featuring such contemporary alternative materials as wood, paper, polymer clay and glass, describes jewelry making techniques demonstrated in a single, finished project.

The New Jewelry

Author: Peter Dormer
Editor: Thames & Hudson
ISBN: 9780500277744
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Revised and updated to incorporate the work of the late 1980s and early 1990s, this book presents the latest examples of contemporary inventiveness. Mainstream abstract jewellery encompasses the diversity of modern ornament; while contemporary figurative jewellery is made by artists who sculpt and model in precious metals or everyday materials; and "jewellery as theatre" features radical workers and their controversial "wearables". Recent trends are given a special section of their own.

The New Jewelers

Author: Olivier Dupon
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ISBN: 9780500516294
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Presents a collection of jewelry pieces in a variety of categories, including metal alchemy, neo-classics, and the avant-gardist, from some of the world's most talented jewelry designers.

The Art Elegance Of Beadweaving

Author: Carol Wilcox Wells
Editor: Lark Books
ISBN: 9781579905330
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“Elegant contemporary jewelry....What artist-author Wells and her 30 colleagues conjure up in more than 30 bracelets, earrings, and necklaces is nothing short of breathtaking. All the projects can be readily mastered by beginners....One hundred percent of the fundamentals, from graphic illustrations and charts to accompanying text and great color photographs.” —Booklist.

The Jewelers Circular And Horological Review

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Jewelers Review

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The Jewelers Circular

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Illustrated Jewelry Catalog 1892

Author: New England Jeweler
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486402963
File Size: 48,10 MB
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Rare catalog features abundant illustrations of late-19th-century taste in diamonds, watches, and all manner of rings, lockets, and charms, scarf and stick pins, earrings, bracelets, and scores of other baubles. Over 2,200 engravings.

The New England Magazine

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New Directions In Jewellery

Author: Jivan Astfalck
Editor: Black Dog Pub Limited
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Featuring over 80 makers who are pushing the boundaries of traditional jewellery design, this title includes seminal figures such as Gerda Flöckinger, Peter Chang and Arline Fisch, as well as emerging makers such as Daisuke Sakaguchi, Anna Osmer Andersenand Kayo Saito.

Adorn

Author: Amanda Mansell
Editor: Laurence King Publishing
ISBN: 9781856695749
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This showcase of new jewelry offers a global view of exciting work from nearly 200 cutting-edge jewelry designers. It highlights the diverse forms that contemporary jewelry takes, from simple wedding or commitment rings, to elaborate body jewelry that blurs the boundaries between art and adornment, to catwalk jewelry specially commissioned for couture collections. Adorn includes pieces made using the latest industrial technologies and processes, as well as more traditional methods and materials. Because most jewelers' work crosses themes, categories, and styles, and is producedusing a variety of techniques, the 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 the reader 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.

Jewelry For The New Romantic

Author: Nealay Patel
Editor: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 1627000178
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Author Nealay Patel’s distinct sense of style and color appeals to crystal lovers looking for inspiration and new design ideas. Readers learn to use weaving, wire-working, and other creative techniques, like stitching with crystals and beading wire, to create ten truly unique jewelry sets. Beading wire is easy to find and use with little investment; it is also very forgiving and can be reshaped as many times as necessary. Clear step-by-step instructions and thorough, easy-to-follow photos and illustrations are included for each piece. Other chapters cover specific techniques such as crimping, creating a simple loop, working with thread, and opening and closing jump rings. These projects present a modern, Victorian-style look with a new twist.

World S Columbian Exposition 1893

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Ancient Jewellery

Author: Jack Ogden
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520080300
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00 Jewellery has a rare power to communicate, even across millennia, the feelings, beliefs, and aspirations of the people who wore it. Jewellery also contributes to the study of ancient art and metalworking techniques, for great skill was required to create what are often small-scale works of art. But the importance of surviving artifacts of the jeweller's craft--quite apart from the inherent attraction of individual pieces--is now increasing as the number of new scientific techniques available to archaeologists expands, complementing the more traditional methods of analysis. This book shows how important ancient jewellery is to interpreting the past. Jewellery has a rare power to communicate, even across millennia, the feelings, beliefs, and aspirations of the people who wore it. Jewellery also contributes to the study of ancient art and metalworking techniques, for great skill was required to create what are often small-scale works of art. But the importance of surviving artifacts of the jeweller's craft--quite apart from the inherent attraction of individual pieces--is now increasing as the number of new scientific techniques available to archaeologists expands, complementing the more traditional methods of analysis. This book shows how important ancient jewellery is to interpreting the past.

The New England Business Directory And Gazetteer For

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Jewellery Through 7000 Years

Author: British Museum
Editor: HP Trade
ISBN: 9780714100548
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7000 Years of Jewelry takes readers on an impressive tour that includes, among other times and places: The Middle East: 5000-2000 BC -- Egypt: 1500-900 BC -- Phoenician, Greek, Etruscan and Persian Lands: 850-325 BC -- China, Celtic Europe, Mexico and Peru: 600 BC-AD 600 -- The Mediterranean, India, Egypt, Roman Britain and Byzantium: 325 BC-AD 600 -- Europe, China, Korea and Japan: 300-1000 -- Mayan Central America: 600-1000 -- Central and South America: 500-1500 -- Europe, Islam, China, Korea and Java: 1000-1500 -- China, India, Tibet and Mongolia: 1500-1850 -- West Africa: 1500-1800 -- Europe: 1500-1950. More comprehensive than before, this reference remains the finest and most beautifully illustrated history of jewelry ever published.

Beaded Chain Mail Jewelry

Author: Dylon Whyte
Editor: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781600592201
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Bestselling author and chain mail expert Whyte presents his time-tested, time-saving techniques with more than 30 breathtaking projects, ranging from extremely simple to challenging. Illustrations throughout.