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Jeweler

Author : Stellene Volandes
ISBN : 9780847848614
Genre : Jewelers
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Going beyond the jeweler monographs and books dedicated to antique and historic jewels already on the market, this book provides a stunning survey of todays most daring and influential jewelry designers. It is also the first jewelry book to demonstrate the importance they play in the fashion world by way of exploring their inspirations, processes, and breathtaking final products. Jewelry will appeal to both fashion and design crowds and is an essential book for any aspiring jewelry designer or stylist. A lavishly illustrated survey of the most luxurious and creative contemporary high-end jewelry designers from around the world that highlights the artistry, technical expertise, and logic that goes into the craft as well as the inspiration behind these stunning works.

An Inspired Style

Author : Juliet de La Rochefoucauld
ISBN : 1851497293
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Presents the stories and designs of the leading contemporary jewellery designers working across the globe today.

Fine Jewelry Couture

Author : Olivier Dupon
ISBN : 0500518602
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For the most discerning collectors and trendsetters, more than thirty-five contemporary masters of exquisitely crafted precious jewelry

Seaman Schepps

Author : Amanda Vaill
ISBN : 0865652392
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Seman Schepps was an immigrant's son from New York's Lower East Side, he rose to prominence in the 1930s by creating designs that defied all previous ieas of what jewelry should look like. Witty - even outrageous - and wildly flattering, Schepps's jewelry stood for style more than wealth - featured on the covers of Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Look and other magazines, it appealed to an enormous range of clients, from the Duchess of Windsor to Andy Warhol.

Delicious Jewels

Author : Tamasin Day-Lewis
ISBN : 3791351346
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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The extraordinary jewelry presented in this book is inspired by the beauty of the earth's natural treasures. The ingredients are diamonds, garnets, gold, silver, copper, jade, and sapphires, and they are shaped in the forms of eggplant, red pepper, Savoy cabbage, green peas, and squash. This unique and stunning book pairs the newest line of jewelry from the acclaimed Hemmerle company with simple and elegant recipes by British chef Tamasin Day-Lewis. The name Hemmerle has been synonymous with fine jewelry for more than a century. Each piece of jewelry is exquisitely photographed alongside a sumptuous vegetable-centered dish, for which an easy-tofollow recipe is provided. Filled with the brilliant reds, greens, yellows, and purples that make vegetables and gems so appealing, this cookbook-cum-catalog is a feast for the eyes as well as the palate.

Masterpieces Of French Jewelry

Author : Judith Price
ISBN : 0762426721
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Remarkable pieces of French jewelry that mirror America's transformation from frontier nation to industrial power

Flora

Author : Patrick Mauriès
ISBN : 0500519420
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Flowers have long been a source of inspiration for jewelers, many of whom have sought to capture their transient beauty in glittering gemstones and precious metals. In the 17th and 18th centuries, flowers were imitated in enamel or used as motifs for elaborate gemstone bodice ornaments. Brooches, pendants and rings took the form of bouquets or flower baskets. The stylized blooms of the Empire style were followed by the highly naturalistic blossoms of the later 19th century. Flowers continued to flourish in the sinuous shapes of Art Nouveau, the geometric designs of Art Deco and the sculptural simplicity of modernism, with great artists including Ren� Lalique and Georges Fouquet constantly reworking nature's forms for their style-conscious clientele. Now, contemporary designers such as Claude Lalanne, Lorenz B�umer and JAR continue to create floral jewelry for today's trendsetters. The floral pieces in this book have all been selected from the magnificent jewelry collection of the Mus�e des Arts D�coratifs in Paris, and range from the 17th century to the present day. Beautifully photographed by renowned photographer Jean-Marie del Moral, these intricate works of art will delight all lovers of jewelry and nature.

Women Jewellery Designers

Author : Juliet Weir-de La Rochefoucauld
ISBN : 1851497412
Genre : Design
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This sumptuous book showcases the work of women jewellers from around the world. It tells the story of influential women in the jewellery industry throughout the twentieth century, continuing to the present day. Along with beautiful images of the fantast

Figures And Faces

Author : Patrick Mauriès
ISBN : 0500021813
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Jewelry has always been a vehicle for the deepest of human emotions: remembrance, faith, devotion, love, belonging, and mourning. The human figure has long been a source of inspiration and a means of expression for jewelers, and it is perhaps the most intimate and involving of subjects. Following on from the magnificent Flora and Fauna, Figures is the third book in a series devoted to the splendid jewelry collection of the Mus'e des Arts D'coratifs in Paris. The museum's collection begins in the Byzantine era and ranges through the medieval and Renaissance periods and beyond, with mythological figures and biblical scenes represented on pendants and rings. In the nineteenth century, Ren' Lalique, Alphonse Fouquet, and the Maison Vever produced brooches and necklaces that embodied elegant sophistication and technical brilliance, while in the twentieth century, artists such as Pablo Picasso and Alberto Giacometti joined jewelers like Jean Lurat, Line Vautrin, and Claude Lalanne in creating works that interpret the body in deeply personal ways. Specially photographed by Jean- Marie del Moral, Figures is packed with striking and witty works of art.

Schreiner

Author : Carole Tanenbaum
ISBN : 0998747408
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Schreiner is a luxurious book offering a first concise history of one of North America's foremost designers of high-end costume jewelry, a genre of jewelry popularized by Coco Chanel and today one of the most collectible. Created in New York City by founder Henry Schreiner in 1932, the eponymous company flourished during the early 1940s. During the 1950s under the leadership of Henry's daughter, the company's unusual color combinations, hand-made settings, and use of custom-made stones set them apart from their contemporaries, leaving behind a legacy for jewelry experts and admirers to study, covet, and collect to this day. For thousands of collectors of Schreiner worldwide, Schreiner provides valuable insight into their collections from the family itself. With hundreds of breathtaking photographs, the breadth of the Schreiner oeuvre is explicated, from the somber years of the Great Depression through the rise of the American ready-to-wear industry. Through the optimistic yet conforming 1950s, the youthful antiestablishment of the 1960s, and the feminist movement of the 1970s, the designs and materials of these pieces reflect the moods and mores of the decades in which they were made. And for the very serious Schreiner collector, the book explores common characteristics employed in the construction of Schreiner designs aiding collectors in the task of identifying unsigned Schreiner jewelry. This volume examines not only the cultural context and significance of Schreiner jewelry but also offers object-based analyses and archival documentation of various Schreiner pieces.

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