Masterworks and Eccentricities: Navajo and Pueblo Jewelry and Metalwork 1880-1950 by Robert Bauver
“Intense, structured, with a guarded sense of whimsy.”
That’s how Carl Druckman described his jewelry designs – and perhaps how he defined himself as well.
In this 64 page book, highly regarded Native American jewelry scholar Robert Bauver describes the collection of Carl Druckman piece by piece. Filled with full color annotated examples of Navajo, Zuni and Pueblo Jewelry. These descriptions create an invaluable source of information about Indian artwork and its origins that translate across a broad spectrum of Southwest jewelry design. Required reading for anyone interested in the history of Indian metalworking with a comprehensive range of pieces shown in beautiful, color photographs.
Paperback, 7 1/2″ by 11″