ORNAMENT MAGAZINE




Items in bold in the following indicate articles of interest to bead or beadwork lovers. The following magazines also have extensive news sections with tons more information about beads, beadwork, ornamentation, and jewelry. It was simply not possible to detail everything that might interest readers. If a magazine interests you, but you're not quite sure you want it, there will likely be enough in the undetailed material in that issue to make it worth your while.

Some copies are (lightly) used, but I'll hold off on selling those until there are no new copies available of a given issue.

Bk revs are Book reviews, Conf revs are Conference, Ex is Exhibition, Gal is Gallery, Mus is Museum, and Vid is Video.



Summer 1975 Bead Journal (Volume 2, Issue 1)

The Bead Journal preceded Ornament Magazine in publication. If you are serious about collecting back issues of Ornament, be sure to include the Bead Journal when you get the opportunity.

Glass and Silver (making glass beads)
Living Beads in Guatemala
Glass Trade Beads in Alaska
Photographing Beads
Conus Shell Discs Revisited
Ex. rev. From the Lands of the Scythians, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Ex. rev. Medieval Ceramics: VIth to XIIIth Centuries, Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, California

Availability:
3 Copies, $20.00 OUT OF PRINT--Two on hold



April 1980 Ornament (Volume 4, Issue 3)

Early Plastic Jewelry: From Imitation to Innovation
Egyptian Zar-Amulets
Metal Jewelry and Ornament in Romanian Folk Art
Bead Report II: Etched Beads in Iran
Ando/CSUF Japanese Metal Techniques Workshop-Platinum Jewelry Workshop, SDSU
Loot/Superloot: Merchandising British Jewelry
Native North American Seed Beading Techniques: Pt. II Sewn Items
A Look at Some Contemporary Japanese Jewelers (includes the work of Yasuhiko Hishida, Yasuki Hiramatsu, Kimio Sakai, Reiko Yamada, Aya Nakayama, Shojiro Tsuruoka, Meiko Matsue, Chiho Tamiya, Ichiro Ino, Shuji Tategami, Noriko Yonebayashi, Suzuyo Nakamura, Minoru Azama, Minato Makamura, Norio Shimada, Kikujiro Fukashima, Michiko Fukashima, Hiroshi Kyozuka, and Okinari Kurokawa)
and the work of Kyoyo Asao and Cathy Glasson (Art Necko).
Plus:
Ex. rev. Florence Resnikoff, Art Special Gallery, Oakland Museum, Oakland, California
Ex. rev. The 1980 Midstates Exhibition/20th Annual, Evansville Museum of Arts and Sciences, Evansville, Indiana

Availability:
3 Copies, $10.00 OUT OF PRINT--One on Hold



September 1980 Ornament (Volume 4, Issue 4)

A Historical Survey of Tubular Charm-Cases up to the 7th Century A.D.
Bead Report III: Beads in Egypt
Simulated Materials in Jewelry
Rural Kwazulu Beadwork
Identification: Tzi Beads
Product: Gutermann and other silk thread from Germany
and the work of Hiroko Sato Pijanowski and Eugene M. Pijanowski , Hannelore Gabriel, and Constance Maslow.
Plus:
Ex. rev. Joyce Whitaker and Sauny Dills, mini-show at the Museum Shop of the Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, California
Ex. rev. Beads in Art and Fashion, A Gallery, Stinson Beach, California June 14-30, 1978. This show, curated by Robin Cohen, was the very first gallery show specifically devoted to exhibiting contemporary beadwork and featured work by John Binzley, Jamey Allen, Jo Allyn Archembault, Charles Favour, Martin and Lucia Kilmer, Skip Schuckmann, and Gayle Vernon, among others.
Ex. rev. California Metals Invitational, Long Beach Gallery, Long Beach, California
Ex. rev. Treasures of Cyprus, Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, California
Ex. rev. The Art and Material Culture of the Zulu-Speaking Peoples, Museum of the Cultural History Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, California
Ex. rev. Weaving Traditions of Highland Bolivia, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, California
Ex. rev. Jewelry as Wearable Sculpture: (The work of) Marilyn Ravanal, Rental Sales Gallery, Palos Verdes Art Center, Palos Verdes, California
Ex. rev. In Collaboration: Toza Radakovich, Carolyn Rosser Radakovich, Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Marcos, California
Ex. rev. Fifth International Jewelry Competition: ARMSCHMUCK, Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim, Pforzheim, Germany
Ex. rev. Potpourri: Contemporary Artisans, Elaine Potter Gallery, San Francisco, California
Ex. rev. Costumes from the Arab World, Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Ex. rev. Fumiko Ukai: Orientalia into Necklaces, Obiko, San Francisco, California
Ex. rev. Kay Whitcomb, Sales and Rental Gallery, San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California
Conf. rev. Beads: History, Lore and Uses, presented February 29-March 1, 1980 at the University of Berkeley, in cooperation with the Northern California Bead Society

Availability:
2 Copies, $10.00 OUT OF PRINT--One on hold



March 1982 (Volume 5, Issue 3)

Spanish/Mexican Dollars in Egypt: Currency-Raw material for Silversmiths-Ornament-Amulet
Nepalese Nose Jewelry in Darjeeling
Tunjos: Muisca Votive Art from Columbia, Pt. II Description
Tibetan dZi Beads Pt. I
Bead Report V: Pt. II Beads in Turkey
Influences on Contemporary American Metalsmithing
Third Millennium Beads from Euphrates Region
Products: Clasps
Ch'ing Dynasty Jewelry from Museum of Treasures, Beijing
and the work of Bart Daniels, and Toni A. Lowenthal
Plus:
Ex. rev. Helen Shirk, Grossmont College Art Gallery, El Cajon, California
Ex. rev. Porcelain and Enamels, Contemporary Artisans Gallery, San Francisco, California
Ex. rev. Phase II of the reinstallation of the Egyptian Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Ex. rev. New Mexico: Space and Images, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, California
Ex. rev. Native American Art from the Permanent Collection, Lang Gallery, Scripps College and Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, Claremont, California
Ex. rev. Gold of El Dorado: The Heritage of Columbia, American Museum of Natural History, New York City
Ex. rev. Good as Gold: Alternative Materials in American Jewelry, organized by SITES, the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

Availability:
1 Copy, $10.00 OUT OF PRINT--On Hold


Cover Summer 1990 Ornament
Summer 1990 (Volume 13, Issue 4)

Sacred and Potent: The Magic of Thai Amulets
Ethnic Earrings
Ancient Egyptian Glass
Bead Report: Children of Indo-Pacific Beads, by Peter Francis, Jr.
Art Expo (bead traders)
American Craft Enterprises, Baltimore, Maryland (craft trade show)
and the work of Gaza Bowen, Fumiko Ukai, Susan Nininger, Kent Raible, Margaret Roach-Wheeler, William Farra, and Shellie Bender.
Plus:
Conf. rev. Society of North American Goldsmiths, Baltimore, Maryland (conference)
Ex. rev. The New Clay, Beaddazzled, Washington, D.C.
Ex. rev. Joe Wood (showing the work of Joe Wood and Pat Flynn), Quadrum Gallery, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Gal. rev. Pacchetto Gallery, Newton Centre, Massachusetts
Mus. rev. American Indian Halls, Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado

Availability:
9 Copies, $6.25, One on hold


Cover Summer 1991 Ornament
Summer 1991 (Volume 14, Issue 4)

Conus Shell Ornaments
Hades Golden Yield: Jewelry from Ancient Greece
Kumari: Newar Bejeweled Goddess
Bead Report: Two Distinctive Chinese Glass Beads
and the work of Michelle Marcuse, Joyce Clements, Pat Garrett, Ken Loeber, Daphne Buddenseig, Santa Fe Re-creations (Diana Wimett Larson and Claudia Wimett Page), and Helen Banes.
Plus:
Ex. rev. Emerging Way with New Clay, Plum Gallery, Kensington, Maryland
Ex. rev. Beads, Beadwork and Adornment of Indonesia, the Philippines and Island Southeast Asia at The Bead Museum, Prescott, Arizona
Ex. rev. Val Link and Graduates, The Boardwalk Gallery Goldsmiths, Houston, Texas
Gal. rev. Sadigh Ancient Art Gallery, New York City

Availability:
10 Copies, $6.25


Cover Winter 1991 Ornament
Winter 1991 (Volume 15, Issue 2)

Kingfisher Feather Ornaments
Honolulu Academy of Arts
Transformational Clothing: Ornament's Fifteenth Anniversary
Japanese Straw Sandals and Grass Rain Capes
Indian Nose Ornaments
Dunconor Workshops: Making and Photographing Jewelry
Bead Report: Philippine National Museum, by Peter Francis, Jr.
and the work of Patricia Telesco, Denise and Samuel Wallace, Zbigniew Chojnacki, Rosalyn Mina, Randy Long, Joan McGee, City Zen Cane, Natalie Tatz, and Tom Andre.
Plus:
Bk. rev. Embroidery with Beads by Angela Thompson
Bk. rev. Structure and Surface: Beads in Contemporary American Art by Mark Richard Leach, catalog from the exhibition by the same name at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Conf. rev. Social Signals New Art Forms, Chicago New Art Forms Exposition, Chicago, Illinois
Ex. rev. Colored Threads: Wearable Art, Katie Gingrass Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Ex. rev. Joyce Scott: I-con no body/I-con-o-graphy, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Gal. rev. Freehand Gallery, Los Angeles
Mus. rev. The Hall of South American Peoples, American Museum of Natural History, New York City

Availability:
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Cover Spring 1992 Ornament
Spring 1992 (Volume 15, Issue 3)

Questions About Amulets
Pacific Rim Hair Ornaments
Brooches: Ornament's 15th Anniversary
Lapis Lazuli: Beadmaking in Afghanistan and Pakistan
Bead Report: Heirloom Beads in the Philippines and Borneo, by Peter Francis, Jr.
Overseas Trading Company (bead traders)
and the work of Sha Sha Higby, Michael Boyd, Jean Cacicedo, Albert Paley, Tomomi Matsunaga, Nance Lopez, Jane Pollak, and Patricia Frantz.
Plus:
Bk. rev. Millefiori Beads from the West African Trade by Ruth and John Picard
Bk. rev. Beads: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers, Volume 1, 1989
Ex. rev. Out of the East: Palestinian Embroideries and Adornment, Mingei International Museum of World Folk Art, San Diego, California
Gal. rev. Sheila Nussbaum Gallery, Millburn, New Jersey
Gal. rev. Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, Telluride, Colorado
Mus. rev. MesoAmerican Gallery, The University Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Availability:
1 Copy, $8.00 OUT OF PRINT


Cover Spring 1994 Ornament
Spring 1994 (Volume 17, Issue 3)

Faience from the Indus Valley Civilization
Beads from Africa
Polymer Clay Simulations: Ivory and Turquoise, Master Class with Tory Hughes
Bead Report: The Kalinga
Diamanti, Inc. (bead traders)
Ornament in Santa Fe, New Mexico (travelogue)
Smithsonian Craft Show, Washington D.C. (craft trade show) (the work of Valerie Hector is shown)
and the work of Nancy Smith Klos, Francoise and Claude Chavent, Nick Cave, Flora Book, Jean Larson McLane, and Susan Jo Klein.
Plus:
Ex. rev. Current Enamels: The Work of Barbara McFadyen, Creative Metalsmiths Gallery, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ex. rev. Farmers' Fashion Fair, Tachikawa Civic Center, Tokyo, Japan
Gal. rev. Aaron Faber Gallery, New York City
Mus. rev. Staatliche Sammlung Agyptischer Kunst, Munich, Germany
Mus. rev. Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
Vid. revs. Videos on how to make lampworked beads, by Alice Foster Zimmerman, and by Lewis C. Wilson

Availability:
10 Copies, $8.00 OUT OF PRINT--One on hold


Cover Autumn 1995 Ornament
Autumn 1995 (Volume 19, Issue 1)

Mauritanian Amulets and Crosses
Recycled Textiles: Culture or Commodity
Ancient Chinese Ornaments: Zhou to Han
Elizabeth Harris Obituary (1914-1995)
Washington Craft Show, Washington, D.C. (craft trade show)
Ornament in Washington, D.C. (travelogue)
John P. Anderson's Rishashay (bead traders)
Daniel Swarovski Co. (bead makers)
and the work of Marianne Hunter, Rodrick Owen, Diana Jahns, Diane Marshall, Nina Morrow, and Christy Ann Hensler.
Plus:
Ex. rev. New Directions: The Development of Contemporary Design in Southwest American Indian Jewelry, Goldstein Gallery, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota
Ex. rev. Bodyscapes: Outerwear and Handwovens at Mindscape Gallery, Evanston, Illinois
Ex. rev. Dressed to Thrill, the opening event of the Philadelphia Craft Show, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Gal. rev. San Diego Museum of Man, San Diego, California
Vid. rev. Lampworked Beadmaking: An Introduction, by Kate Fowle

Availability:
2 Copies, $6.50


Cover Spring 1996 Ornament
Spring 1996 (Volume 19, Issue 3)

Mayan Machine Embroidery: Keeping Culture Alive
Beads in Venice and Murano
and the work of Stephen Myhre, Jimena Sarno, Pier Voulkos, Andrew Cooperman, Anna Carlson, Roberta and David Williamson, and the Frantz Bead Company.
Plus:
Conf. rev. Third International Bead Conference 1995, Washington, D.C.
Ex. rev. of Ubiquitous Bead II, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington
Ex. rev. Shoe Dreams, Designs by Andrea Pfister, The Museum at F.I.T., New York City
Ex. rev. Rites of Passage: A Journey to Womanhood, at Atlanta History Museum, Atlanta, Georgia
Mus. rev. Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne, Germany

Availability:
3 Copies, $6.50--One on hold


Cover Summer 1996 Ornament
Summer 1996 (Volume 19, Issue 4)

This issue includes Alice Scherer's article on the work of Kate Boyan.

Norwegian Traditional Brooches
Ancient Glassmaking: Its Efficiency and Economy
Nina Designs (bead traders)
and the work of Cecile Coetser-Hooker, Raul Ybarra, Robert Hillestad, Lori Talcott, Chungie Lee, Susan Demski and Falcher Fusager, Kate Boyan, and Phyllis Clarke.
Plus:
Ex. rev. Bare Witness: Clothing and Nudity, Costume Institute, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Ex. rev. Native American Beadwork: The Continuum, American Indian Contemporary Arts, San Francisco
Ex. rev. From Bustles to Bikinis: A Century of Changing Beach Fashions, Museum of San Diego History, San Diego, California
Gal. rev. Objects of Desire Gallery, Louisville, Kentucky

Availability:
5 Copies, $6.50


Cover Autumn 1996 Ornament
Autumn 1996 (Volume 20, Issue 1)

Kiffa Beads
South Indian Stone (beads)
Shipwreck Beads (bead traders)
20th Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (craft trade show)
1996 Washington Craft Show, Washington, D.C. (craft trade show)
and the work of Autumn Dawn Griffiths, Inger Griffin, Carol Webb, Judy Barnes Baker, LaDesGlanzer, Nancy Worden, and Cheryl Moody.
Plus:
Ex. rev. Imperial Tombs of China, at the Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
Ex. rev. Wrapped in the Medium, at the Craft Alliance Center for the Visual Arts, St. Louis, Missouri
Mus. rev. Breaking Barriers: Recent American Craft, at the American Craft Museum, New York City
Mus. rev. Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, England

Availability:
3 Copies, $5.75


Cover Winter 1996 Ornament
Winter 1996 (Volume 20, Issue 2)

American Studio Jewelry, 1940-1960
Bead Replicas: An Alternative to Antique Bead Collecting
Bead Report: Change as Constant (changes in the Indian bead industry)
Convergence at Ravensdale, a polymer conference
Audlin (bead traders)
and the work of Ruth Hagan and Fern Wayne, Annette Paskiewicz, Diane Tsurutani, Sydney Lynch, Arlene Wohl, and Tis Mal Crow.
Plus:
Ex. rev. Cape Capes, at the Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Ex. rev. Simplicity and Splendor: Traditional Costume and Embroidery from Taiwan, Taipei Gallery, New York City
Ex. rev. The Beaded Object, Southern Highland Craft Guild, Folk Art Center, Asheville, North Carolina (the work of Ann Paxton is shown)
Ex. rev. Dress, Art and Society: 1750-1890, at the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island
Gal. rev. Facere Jewelry Art, Seattle, Washington
Gal. rev. Llyn Strong Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

Availability:
5 Copies, $5.75


Cover Spring 1997 Ornament
Spring 1997 (Volume 20, Issue 3)

Ekipa Ornaments
Ancient Mexican Burials
Singaraja Imports (bead traders)
and the work of Toshie and Marico Chigyo, Sonya Clark, Jocelyn Chateauvert, Janel Jacobson, Anita Mayer, Loren Stump, and Bernard Stonor.
Plus:
Ex. rev. Alternative Materials at the Nancy Sachs Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri
Ex. rev. Designed for Delight: Alternative Aspects of Twentieth Century Decorative Arts, at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec
Ex. rev. Ethnos--Gioielli da terre lontane, at the Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy
Ex. rev. Cartier: 1900-1939, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Ex. rev. The Beaded Universe: Strands of Culture, at the Mingei International Museum of Folk Art, San Diego, California

Availability:
7 Copies, $5.75


Cover Summer 1997 Ornament
Summer 1997 (Volume 20, Issue 4)

Dragonfly Brooches
Costantini Beads
A Mexican Bead Market
ArtGems Exporters (bead traders)
and the work of Michael Babinski, Laurie Schafer, Samuel Shaw, Lori Bacigalupi, Kathleen Dustin, Susan Summa, Theodora Elston, and Nicole Zumkeller and Eric Seydoux.
Plus:
Ex. rev. The Environmental Bead, Brookfield Craft Center, Brookfield, Connecticut
Ex. rev. The Cutting Edge, The Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
Ex. rev. Amber: Window to the Past, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Mus. rev. Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge, England

Availability:
7 Copies, $5.75


Cover Spring 1998 Ornament
Spring 1998 (Volume 21, Issue 3)

Combined Visions: Glass Bead Artists and Metalsmiths
Sandra Sakata Memorial
Ikat: Costume in Central Asia
The Arkell Collection at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, England
Ava Motherwell (bead trader)
and the work of Cheryl Elms, Mona and Alex Szabados, Margaret Gordon, Ken Cory, Rachelle Thiewes, Louise Blumberg, and Sakurako Matsushima and Reiko Ogino.
Plus:
Ex. rev. Beads, Body and Soul: Art and Light in the Yoruba Universe, Fowler Museum of Cultural History, Los Angeles
Ex. rev. Nordic Jewellery--Nordisk Smykkekunst, York Quay Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Ex. rev. Great Cities, Small Treasures: The Ancient World of the Indus Valley, Asia Society, New York City

Availability:
9 Copies, $5.75--One on hold


Cover Summer 1998 Ornament
Summer 1998 (Volume 21, Issue 4)

Afghan Stone Beads
Ethnographic Earrings: Function and Form
Japonism in Fashion: A Curatorial Walk-Through
Charm Bracelets: Portable Autobiographies
Polymer and Foil Beads: Master Class with Pier Voulkos
ACC Craft Market, Chicago, Illinois (craft trade show)
Santa Fe Ethnographic Art Show
Sierra Pacific Casting (jewelry maker supplier)
and the work of Amy Peters, Juanita Girardin, Kristina Logan, Cornelia Goldsmith, and Gillian Chvat
Plus:
Ex. rev. Jewels of the Romanovs, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York
Ex. rev. Torch Songs: Fifty Years of Northwest Jewelry, at the Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington
Ex. rev. Innovation/Imitation: Fashionable Plastics of the 1930s, at The Museum at FIT, New York City
Ex. rev. (somewhat) Over Wrought Jewelry by Kate Wagle, at the BonaKeane Gallery, Portland, Oregon
Ex. rev. In Three Worlds: The Weavings of Mary Hambidge, Atlanta History Center, Atlanta, Georgia
Gal. rev. Freehand Gallery, Los Angeles, California

Availability:
3 Copies, $5.75--One on hold


Cover Autumn 1998 Ornament
Autumn 1998 (Volume 22, Issue 1)

The Symbolic Importance of Insects in Jewelry (includes a beaded cicada by Karen Paust)
Around the Indian Neck: Traditional Ornaments
SOFA Chicago 1998, Chicago, Illinois
Craft as Art Festival, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey (craft trade show)
Westchester Craft Show (craft trade show)
Metalliferous (jewelry maker suppliers)
and the work of Patti Dougherty, Donald Friedlich, Deborah Hird, and Masamichi Kimura
Plus:
Ex. rev. The Ravages of Time: Deterioration and Preservation of Textiles, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Ex. rev. Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur, The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, Santa Ana, California
Ex. rev. Splendors of Ancient Egypt, Phoenix Museum of Art, Phoenix, Arizona
Ex. rev. Bridge V, showing the work of John Garrett, Bruce Metcalf, and Michael Olszewski, at The Society for Contemporary Crafts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Mus. rev. Kuji Amber Museum, Iwate, Japan
Mus. rev. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London, England

Availability:
7 Copies, $8.00 OUT OF PRINT


Cover Winter 1998 Ornament
Winter 1998 (Volume 22, Issue 2)

India: A Jewelry Spectrum
Kuba: Beaded Collars
Kurus: Maori Ear Pendants
Rene Lalique: Art Nouveau Genius
Soft Flex Company (wire and findings suppliers)
and the work of Greg Smith, Bill Ford, Lynn Yarrington, Shellie Brooks, Michael Kane and Steve Sells, Emanuela Aureli, Zephyr Glass Studio (John Curtis and Mary Curtis), Joan Tenenbaum, and Charlotte Bird.
Plus:
Bk. revs. A two-page overview of a large number of books published in the five years previous on beads and beadwork
Ex. rev. The Warhol Look: Glamour, Style, Fashion, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Ex. rev. Daniel Brush: Gold Without Boundaries, at the Renwick Gallery, National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.
Ex. rev. Agayuliyararput: Our Way of Making Prayer, The Living Tradition of Yup'ik Masks, University of Alaska Museum, Fairbanks, Alaska
Ex. rev. Coats of Many Colors (drawings and prints depicting several centuries of Jewish dress), The Jewish Museum, London, England
Gal. rev. Telluride Gallery of Fine Arts, Telluride, Colorado
Mus. rev. Museums of Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin

Availability:
6 Copies, $5.75


Cover Spring 1999 Ornament
Spring 1999 (Volume 22, Issue 3)

Turkoman Jewelry: Beautiful Ornamentation
Bead Shopping in the Omdurman Souq
Glass and Precious Metal Clay
Jacques Carcanagues (importer)
Dikra Gem (gem wholesalers)
and the work of Betty Rawitsch, Jean Sweet, Marjorie Schick, Nancy Michel and Alexandra Solowij Watkins, Ken Bova, MaryJane Sarvis and Steven Wassick, Petra Class, Carol Grape, and Dinah and Patty Hulet.
Plus:
Conf. rev. Design with HeArt Conference, Monterey, California
Ex. rev. China Chic: East Meets West, The Museum at FIT, New York City
Ex. rev. Life Force at the Anvil: The Blacksmith's Art from Africa, National Ornamental Metal Museum, Memphis, Tennessee
Ex. rev. Beaded Threads, Oakville Museum, Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Gal. rev. Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Mus. rev. Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany

Availability:
3 Copies, $8.00 OUT OF PRINT--One on hold



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