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Turquoise Jewelry of the Southwest

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Turquoise Jewelry of the Indians of the Southwest, Bennett, Edna Mae and John F., Turquoise Books, Colorado Springs, Co., 1973. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket VG. First Edition. Rare look at intricate silver, turquoise jewelry handmade by Native American's. Details on individual settings; bezel, stamping, overlay, silver casting, Pueblo's, shell and mosaic work, conchas, Indian merchants, traders and dealers. Illustrated lavishly, color and b/w photographs. 148pp. OUT OF PRINT

About the Seller

found at Spaces
found at Spaces

Found is an LA-based design collective with a Palm Springs-area mid-20th-century furniture and accessories shop. Our focus is on form and function, with a bit of flash and an appreciation for the anachronistic. Our style mixes classic shapes and designer pieces with unusual finds that are refinished and recovered in vintage and contemporary fabrics from our warehouse. We share a goal of comfortable living and easy entertaining.

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Product Information

Style:
Southwest, Jewelry, Turquoise
Materials:
hard bound/cloth/stitched binding/paper
Size:
10" L x 2" W x 12" H
Color/Finish:
multi/glossy/b&w