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Scottish Jewellery : A Victorian Passion from the Ghysels Collection - Scarisbrick, Diana
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Milan: 5 Continents Editions, 2009. Hardcover. NF/NF but art school ex-lib. with usual marks.. Grey cloth/boards; blind-stamp design/lettering. Slate-grey dj with white lettering and image of Scottish brooch. Mylar cover. Through the centuries, the distinctive character of Scottish jewelry has enchanted collectors from around the world. In the mid-nineteenth century, demand for the Highland specialties was so high that the supply from local craftsmen had to be supplemented by English imitations. In this spectacular, authoritative volume, leading jewelry historian Diana Scarisbruck presents 360 treasures from the renowned Ghysels collection. Examples include brooches, kilt pins, bracelets, earrings, tie pins, buttons, and belt buckles, many made by legendary designers such as Rettie & Sons of Aberdeen, Jamieson, and Ellis. One hundred beautiful illustrations highlight the exquisite craftsmanship of traditional Scottish designs executed in local materials-agates, cairngorms, amethysts, garnets, freshwater pearls-set in silver or gold to harmonize with the bright colors of the clan tartans. The book also traces the history of jewelry in Scotland and explains the significance of the various motifs-Celtic, heraldic, sporting, religious, naturalistic, military, and sentimental. - from the dust jacket. Photography by Mauro Magliani., 5 Continents Editions, 2009

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Through the centuries, the distinctive character of Scottish jewelry has enchanted collectors from around the world. In the mid-nineteenth century, demand for the Highland specialties was so high that the supply from local craftsmen had to be supplemented by English imitations. In this spectacular, authoritative volume, leading jewelry historian Diana Scarisbruck presents 360 treasures from the renowned Ghysels collection. Examples include brooches, kilt pins, bracelets, earrings, tie pins, buttons, and belt buckles, many made by legendary designers such as Rettie & Sons of Aberdeen, Jamieson, and Ellis.One hundred beautiful illustrations highlight the exquisite craftsmanship of traditional Scottish designs executed in local materials—agates, cairngorms, amethysts, garnets, freshwater pearls—set in silver or gold to harmonize with the bright colors of the clan tartans. The book also traces the history of jewelry in Scotland and explains the significance of the various motifs—Celtic, heraldic, sporting, religious, naturalistic, military, and sentimental.   antiques and collectibles,art,arts music and photography,crafts and hobbies,design Arts, Music & Photography, 5Continents

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Schottische Schmuckkunst. Eine Viktorianische Leidenschaft. - Von Diana Scarisbrick. Mailand 2009.
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[EAN: 9788874395248], Seit Jahrhunderten begeistert der unverwechselbare Charakter der Schmuckkunst Schottlands die Sammler weltweit. Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts war die Nachfrage nach den Preziosen aus den Highlands so groß, dass englische Imitate ihn decken mussten. In dieser maßgeblichen Publikation präsentiert die Autorin 360 Schätze aus der renommierten Ghysels-Sammlung. Zu entdecken sind u.a. Broschen, Kiltnadeln, Armbänder, Ohrringe und Gürtelschnallen, darunter viele von legendären Designern wie Rettie & Sons aus Aberdeen, Jamieson und Ellis hergestellt. Exquisites Kunsthandwerk aus erlesenem, heimischem Material wie Achat, Quarz, Amethyst, Granat oder Süßwasserperlen, eingefasst in Silber oder Gold, entstand von der Hand dieser Meister. Das Buch begibt sich auch auf die Spur der Formensprache und Symbolik der Schmuck-Kunstwerke. (Text engl., 5 Continents) 25 x 24,5 cm, 128 S., 100 farbige und s/w-Abb., Leinen.

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Hardback, [PU: Five Continents Editions], Through the centuries, the distinctive character of Scottish jewellery has enchanted collectors from around the world. This monograph that celebrates the history of jewellery in Scotland through 360 examples from the renowned Ghysels Collection. It explains the significance of the various motifs - Celtic, heraldic, sporting, and sentimental., Precious Metal & Precious Stones: Artworks & Design

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Scottish Jewellery: A Victorian Passion

Through the centuries, the distinctive character of Scottish jewelry has enchanted collectors from around the world. In the mid-nineteenth century, demand for the Highland specialties was so high that the supply from local craftsmen had to be supplemented by English imitations. In this spectacular, authoritative volume, leading jewelry historian Diana Scarisbruck presents 360 treasures from the renowned Ghysels collection. Examples include brooches, kilt pins, bracelets, earrings, tie pins, buttons, and belt buckles, many made by legendary designers such as Rettie & Sons of Aberdeen, Jamieson, and Ellis.
One hundred beautiful illustrations highlight the exquisite craftsmanship of traditional Scottish designs executed in local materials―agates, cairngorms, amethysts, garnets, freshwater pearls―set in silver or gold to harmonize with the bright colors of the clan tartans. The book also traces the history of jewelry in Scotland and explains the significance of the various motifs―Celtic, heraldic, sporting, religious, naturalistic, military, and sentimental.  

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9788874395248
ISBN (ISBN-10): 8874395248
Version reliée
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2009
Editeur: 5 CONTINENTS ED
141 Pages
Poids: 1,027 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9788874395248

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88-7439-524-8, 978-88-7439-524-8


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