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Emmons Sarah Coventry

Author : Deborah A. Robinson
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This comprehensive and invaluable reference guide documents all phases of Emmons and Sarah Coventry jewelry. Over 1,200 items are shown in clear color photographs. Here are styles sold at in-home party fashion shows from 1949 to 1984, as well as Sarah Coventry International department store jewelry and accessories from the late 1980s to 1990s. Information appears on the brief home party plan of 1994, exclusive Emmons and Sarah Coventry pieces sold on the television Home Shopping Network in 2002, and jewelry currently produced. Jewelry for men, women, girls, and boys is described with production dates, identification names, and numbers provided by both companies. Also included are accessories, original catalog pages, advertisements, awards, jewelry markings, original packaging, current values, the history and similarities of these linked companies. Tips for the care of your jewelry, an extensive glossary, and an index roud out this thorough reference work. Appealing not only to the collector, this book will be snatched up and cherished by anyone who has a fond memory of fine fashion jewelry.

Fifty Years of Collectible Fashion Jewelry 1925 1975

Author : Lillian Baker
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Shows a variety of brooches, bracelets, pins, pendants, necklaces, and earrings, briefly describes the history of jewelry manufacturers, and explains terms dealing with jewelry

Emmons Fashion Magic Jewelry

Author : Cathryn S. Dippo
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Emmons Fashion Magic was the first jewelry to be sold at home parties, between 1949 and 1981, preceding its sister company, Sarah Coventry. Known for its versatility and quality, Emmons jewelry is highly collectible today and deserves a place in all costume jewelry collections. 580 stunning, full-color photographs show, for the first time, the wide range of over 1,300 named designs in various materials and colors that has made Emmons fashion jewelry so popular. Here, over 1,700 jewelry items appear in groups arranged by their materials and colors, for easy identification. The markings and dating clues are discussed. Captions identify the design names, pertinent construction details, and values. Packed with details about the C. H. Stuart companies, their "showcases" (sales catalogs), and marketing via home fashion shows, this is the ultimate Emmons sourcebook and a must-have reference for all jewelry collectors.

Jewelers Circular keystone

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Chilton s Jewelers Circular keystone

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Catalog of Copyright Entries

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Chilton s Jewelers Circular keystone the Great All in One Directory

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Works of Art

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Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

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The record of each copyright registration listed in the Catalog includes a description of the work copyrighted and data relating to the copyright claim (the name of the copyright claimant as given in the application for registration, the copyright date, the copyright registration number, etc.).

Chiaroscuro als sthetisches Prinzip

Author : Claudia Lehmann
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"In the Italian theory of art of the Renaissance, the term chiaroscuro refers to the articulation of sculptural qualities, i.e. rilievo. By contrast, paintings in the northern Alpine region tended to create the depth by using light-dark effects. The book deals with chiaroscuro as an aesthetic principle, which should be understood as the key signature of European art history as a whole between 1300 and 1600"--