Jewelry (Art and Artists)
American Costume Jewelry
Art & Industry, 1935-1950, A-M
Hardcover ISBN: 0764329820
Art Deco Jewelry
Modernist Masterworks and Their Makers
Hardcover ISBN: 0500514771
An authoritative and comprehensive survey of pieces made by leading designers and artists between 1910 and 1937 includes photographs of best-known pieces as well as a number of original drawings and designs, in a volume complemented by essays on such topics as the relationship between jewelry and other art forms, the contributions of clients and collectors, and the world of graphic art.
Hardcover ISBN: 0789202026
Bulgari is a lavishly illustrated exploration of Italy's greatest jeweler. New photography and archival pictures trace the development of the Bulgari style, a distinctive look that has captivated royalty, movie stars, and others for more than a century. Since its start in Rome in 1884 - and throughout its years of expansion through shops from Los Angeles to New York, from Madrid and Athens to Jeddah and Hong Kong - the Bulgari firm has launched trends and revivals. In this volume, detailed chapters examine a range of successful innovations such as the easy-to-wear everyday jewels made with precious gems, the powerful modular units combined in repeating patterns, and the recent trademark Bulgari wristwatches.
The Jewellery Archives Revealed
Hardcover ISBN: 1851498478
Hardcover ISBN: 284323400x
Codognato jewelers has been an institution in Venice for more than a century. In 1866, Simeone Codognato opened his shop in the very same spot where it stands today. More than a business venture, the boutique was an act of faith and creativity. Simeone's son discovered the considerable interest of jewels unearthed by contemporary archaeological digs in Etruria, which inspired him to create revolutionary new jewelry. Today, Codognato remains one of the most majestic and mysterious of the great European jewelry housesa secret destination for style insiders.
The Art of Jewelry
Hardcover ISBN: 0500519420
A dazzling collection of jewelry imitating flowers, from the seventeenth century to today