3 edition of Jewellery in Britain, 1066-1837 found in the catalog.
Jewellery in Britain, 1066-1837
J. J. Scarisbrick
Includes bibliographical references (p. 398-414) and index.
|Other titles||Jewelery in Britain, 1066-1837|
|LC Classifications||NK7343 .S315 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 431 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||431|
|LC Control Number||2009396889|
Jewelry vs. jewellery For the noun referring to articles, especially of gold, silver, or precious stones, used for personal adornment, jewelry is the preferred spelling in American English. J ewellery is preferred in varieties of English from outside North America. The following is a rather extensive listing of useful books for jewelry studies. Victorian Sentimental Jewellery. Great Britain: David & Charles (Publishers), Jewellery in Britain A Documentary, Social, Literary and Artistic Survey.
C ameos, valued since antiquity as engraved gems, were exceedingly popular during the Georgian and Victorian periods. Many different materials were used for carving cameos. For hardstone cameos, varieties of agate including onyx, sardonyx, and jasper were popular. These stones, with layers of different colors, allowed for depth and nuance in the carvings. The post-Revolution changes in dress and jewelry, steeped in Neoclassicism, trickled across the Channel, appearing in publications devoted to fashion such as La Belle Assemblée, The Ladies Magazine, and the Parisian refugee Nikolaus Wilhelm von Heideloff’s Gallery of Fashion, published in Britain Along with these magazines, news.
› Find signed collectible books by 'Diana Scarisbrick' English. Ancestral jewels. ISBN () Hardcover, Andre Deutsch, Find This Book. Georgian Mourning Brooches. Figure 1, c They would have been purchased ready-made, or commissioned from design books and sample cards. The pieces could be individualized with the simple addition of a name or initials, date of death, and age engraved on the reverse. Jewellery in Britain , Michael Russel Ltd,
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