North American Indian jewelry and adornment: from prehistory to the present
Over 1,200 illustrations, approximately 820 in full color, offer a look at Southwestern turquoise jewelry, Plains beadwork, "carved" metal bracelets from the Northwest, quill and moosehair work from the Subarctic, and etched horn jewelry from California. 50 maps.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ruric - LibraryThing
Excellent book on native american art work: jewellery, beadwork, embroidery, clothing and basketry. Presented in collections grouped by area: arctic, sub-artic, woodlands, plains, great basin, plateau ... Read full review
North American Indian jewelry and adornment: from prehistory to the presentUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Don't waste time reading this review; order this book now for whatever kind of library you may have. This big, beautiful, knock-your-socks-off title covers not only Native American adornment but also ... Read full review