Seven Thousand Years of Jewellery - Hugh Tait
Jewellery is one of the oldest forms of decorative art: its history can be traced from the earliest known civilizations in Mesopotamia and Egypt. This book reveals the varied styles, techniques and materials which have delighted men and women through the ages, all over the world. From Egyptian necklaces to Celtic torcs, and from Renaissance pendants to Art Nouveau buckles,7000 years of jewellery design and production are illustrated in this book.
Book Condition: This is a hardback second hand book in very good condition. Slight markings to the cover, but all pages are clean.
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