American Jewelry: Glamour and Tradition
This comprehensive publication offers an informative text and an abundance of superb color images which trace the history of American jewelry from its modest beginnings to the present. 224 illustrations, 200 in color.
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Acknowledgments and Photo Credits
Chapter Two The Establishment of Tiffany Co
Chapter Three Tiffany and Co and The International Expositions 18671900
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American jewelry Art Nouveau became Black Brooch Brooch Early Bulgari cabochon Carvin French Centennial Exposition Charles Lewis Tiffany Circular and Horological Cleef & Arpels Clockwise from top color crown jewels Crump & Low David Webb decorative demantoid depicting diamond jewelry Diamonds and platinum diamonds Signed emeralds enamel Esmerian Europe European exhibit Exposition in Paris fashion Fifth Avenue firm's Fulco di Verdura gems Greenleaf & Crosby Harper's Bazaar Harry Winston Heyman & Bros Horological Review Indian Jean Schlumberger jeweler's jewelry firm jewelry industry John Rubel Louis Comfort Tiffany Manufactured by Carvin metal motifs Necklace Neiman-Marcus Oscar Heyman Paul Flato pearls Pendant platinum Manufactured platinum Signed popular retail jewelers rings Rock crystal rubies Russian sapphires semiprecious stones Shreve Signed and retailed Signed by Cartier Signed by Tiffany silver Starr & Frost Street style tourmalines Trabert & Hoeffer Unsigned Vogue watch William Scheer workshop World yellow gold Signed York jewelers