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Cirillo, Dexter.
Southwestern Indian Jewelry: Crafting New Traditions.

New York Rizzoli: 2008.

"This gorgeously illustrated book features 85 jewelers from the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and Rio Grande Pueblo peoples. Most of the artists presented are of the generation of jewelers to emerge within the past two decades, infusing Native American jewelry with novel designs, techniques, and use of materials. Interviews with the artists describe the history of the cultural traditions behind the jewelry, making this a book for both experienced and novice collectors as well as those interested in striking jewelry design".

Hardcover. 10"x10.5", 240 pages, color illustrations, dust jacket. Fine.

Inventory #: 95188
Price: $ 25.00      

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