Jewelry and metalwork in the arts and crafts tradition
The best study of Arts and Crafts-style jewelry and metalwork to date. Hundreds of beautiful pieces of jewelry are illustrated; their history, characteristics, materials, motifs, influences, and makers' marks are traced. Biographical sketches are provided for the most influential British designers/jewelers/metalworkers.
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amethyst Archibald Knox architect Art Nouveau Art Nouveau jewelry Art Nouveau style artisans artist Arts and Crafts Barry Friedman became belt buckles Birmingham Boston and Bolton brass bronze brooch C.R. Ashbee cabochon Celtic Charles Rennie Mackintosh Cheltenham Art Gallery chrysoprase clasp copper Courtesy of Barry Courtesy of Leah Courtesy of Skinner's Courtesy of Tadema Crafts jewelry Crafts movement Crafts style craftsman diamonds Diane Freer England English Arts executed exhibited Fahrner firm garnets Georg Jensen Glasgow School gold Guild of Handicraft influenced jeweler jewelry and metalwork jewelry designer John Jesse John Paul Cooper Josef Hoffman Jugendstil known Koloman Moser Lalique Leah Roland/Split Personality Leonia Liberty London moonstones motifs necklace Omar Ramsden opal painter pendant pewter Photo by Diane pieces of jewelry repousse sapphires School of Art semi-precious stones silver and enamel silversmith student Studio Tadema Gallery Tiffany turquoise Vittoria Street School Wiener Werkstatte William Morris workshop York