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The Navajo and Pueblo silversmiths

Adair, John

The Navajo and Pueblo silversmiths

by Adair, John

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Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Navajo silverwork,
  • Pueblo silverwork,
  • Silverwork

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 213-216.

    Statement[by] John Adair.
    SeriesThe civilization of the American Indian, [25], Civilization of the American Indian series, [25]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE98.A7 A17
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 220 p., 1 l.
    Number of Pages220
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6467515M
    LC Control Number44007567

      Native American jewelry enthusiasts, collectors, wholesalers and retailers alike often refer to Bille Hougart’s book (Native American and Southwestern Silver Hallmarks, 4th Edition) as the “bible” and the most useful book on identifying Native American hallmarks. This 8 1/2″” x . The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths by Mr. John Adair starting at $ The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths has 8 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace/5(4).

    This volume presents the story of the Indian silver jewelry fashioned in the Southwest by the Navajo and the Zuni, Hopi, and other Pueblo peoples. It provides a full history of the craft and actual names and localities of the pioneer craftsmen who introduced the art of the silversmith to their people. The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths provides a full history of the craft and the actual names and localities of the pioneer craftsmen who introduced the art of the silversmith to their people. Despite its present high stage of development, with its many subtle and often exquisite designs, the art of working silver is not an ancient one among the.

    As Clyde Kluckhohn points out in his introduction, this book will be of interest to both the specialist scholar and the 'layman of broad interests.' The author spent two years studying Navajo and Pueblo silver work, both in the museums and private collections and on the reservations. He was an anthropologist whose attention was given not only to the history and technology of the art, but also. Tom Burnsides rose to fame after appearing in anthropologist John Adair’s book, The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths. Burnsides was known for his work in traditional silver sandcast as well as hand-wrought stamp work.


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This book, which is now in its third large printing, contains the most important and complete account of Indian jewelry fashioned by the Navajo, the Zuni, the Hopi, and other Pueblo peoples.

Probably no Native American handicrafts are more widely admired than Navajo weaving and Navajo and Pueblo silver work. This book, which is now in its third large printing, contains the most. Probably no native American handicrafts are more widely admired than Navajo weaving and Navajo and Pueblo silver work.

This book contains the first full and authoritative account of the Indian silver jewelry fashioned in the Southwest by the Navajo and the Zuni, Hopi, and other Pueblo peoples/5.

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The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths provides a full history of the craft and the actual names and localities of the pioneer craftsmen who introduced the art of the silversmith to their people. Despite its present high stage of development, with its many subtle and often exquisite designs, the art of working silver is not an ancient one among the /5(23).

From the Encyclopedia of Native American Jewelry by Paula Baxter: Horace Iule (also known for his crosses) is credited with creating the first knifewing design in the late s, cut and filed out of hand-wrought silver. Afterwards, other Zuni, Navajo and Pueblo. Probably no Native American handicrafts are more widely admired than Navajo weaving and Navajo and Pueblo silver work.

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The Navajo and Pueblo silversmiths by Adair, John, Publication date Topics Navajo art, Pueblo art, Silverwork Publisher Norman, University of Oklahoma press Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive : In the pages which follow I have attempted to depict the importance of silversmithing in Navajo and Pueblo culture.

The book falls into two destinct parts. The first presents the study of Navajo silver. The second gives an examination of the art of silvermaking at the pueblo of Zuni, which is the only pueblo where the craft is extensively practiced, concluding with a short survey, mainly of a.

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