Over 1, 200 illustrations, approximately 820 in full color, offer a look at Southwestern turquoise jewelry, Plains beadwork, qcarvedq metal bracelets from the Northwest, quill and moosehair work from the Subarctic, and etched horn jewelry from California. 50 maps.1094 Western Apache glass-bead T-necklace Although now a standard part of the pubescent girla#39;s attire, T-necklaces seem to have been in existence only since the turn of the century c 1900-1920 Length, 10Aaquot; (26 .7 cm) The Heard Museum, anbsp;...
|Title||:||North American Indian jewelry and adornment|
|Author||:||Lois Sherr Dubin, Togashi, Paul Jones|
|Publisher||:||Abradale Press - 1999|