Pendant yellow gold jewelry l pendant - Bookshelf
.................$3738 Pendant/locket, gold (18k yellow), a shield-form pendant locket w/applied wiretwist detail and pearl accent, ... millegrain accents and pierced gallery, platinum- topped 18k gold mount, platinum chain, 16 1/2" l.
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Jewelry collectors can't afford to go without this full-color portable guide! All types of collectible jewelry - antique, modern, estate, costume and rhinestone - are featured in this conveniently sized pricing and identification guide.Over 400 full-color photos detail the most beautiful and collectible pieces of jewelry on the market, with current pricing, historical information, dating clues, maker's marks, and tips for judging real versus fake stones. The easy-to-carry size makes this guide ideal for carrying along to shops, shows, auctions or estate sales!- Features 400 listings for collectible antique, modern, estate, costume and rhinestone jewelry- Offers detailed identification information and tips on judging real vs. fake stones- Convenient portable size
Christopher Reese won third place with a pin/pendant created in 14k yellow and white gold with a blend of azurite and diamonds. People's Choice awards went to: • Joo Yi of Dean Anthony Fine Jewelry, Honolulu, for a 14k brooch with ...
12 from Album of Jewelry Designs, c. 1905, ink and gouache on paper, ... Pendant with Figure in Motion, c. 1909-16. Plique-a- jour translucent enamel, diamonds, pearls, and gold, 8.5 x 3.5 cm. Bagues-Masriera, Barcelona. Cat. 6:61.
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During the years after the September Revolution of 1868, Barcelona experienced tremendous industrial growth and emerged as the most politically and culturally progressive city in Spain. Barcelona and Modernityexamines this remarkable seventy-one-year period, when Barcelona also reigned as one of the most dynamic centers of modernist art and architecture in Europe. Focusing on the Catalan Renaixenca, Modernisme, Noucentisme, avant-garde movements of the early 20th century, and artistic reactions to the Spanish Civil War, essays by an extraordinary international team of scholars offer new insights into the work of such Catalan artists as Antoni Gaudi, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, and Salvador Dali, among others, by setting them in context with the art of their teachers, colleagues, and rivals. With approximately 350 works in a variety of media--painting, sculpture, photography, furniture, decorative arts, and architectural design--this intriguing book also explores how Catalan artists derived inspiration from local traditions while contributing their own innovations to international modernism. Broader in scope than any previous treatment of the subject, this book is sure to alter popular perceptions of Catalonia and become a fundamental text for years to come.