What jewelry maker Joan Parcher sees in antique hardware
What effect did 20th century social and cultural developments have on studio jewelry?
This first retrospective assessment of the bohemian jeweler and self-promoter extraordinaire is late in coming
All About the Genre of Narrative Jewelry
The story of modern enameling in this country begins in the industrial heartland of the Midwest, amid blazing steel mills, smoky oil refineries, and congested railroad yards.
Exhibitions that highlight the accomplishments of women in the arts have become something of a trend at American museums, one long overdue.
Our own interests in art and design history range so broadly that we were delighted by the diverse trio of exhibitions now on view concurrently at the Bard Graduate Center.
In 2014 the American Wing of The Metropolitan Museum of Art received a gift from devoted patron Jacqueline Loewe Fowler of a stunning Arts and Crafts silver and enamel hand mirror by Eda Lord Dixon. At the time, Eda was virtually unknown, even among Arts and Crafts silver scholars, principally because she rarely signed her work.
The twentieth century jeweler David Webb was known for his use of vibrantly-colored gems and enamels and frequent use of animal imagery. His eponymous firm carries on his legacy.
The origins of the New Jersey jeweler
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