The Navajo and Pueblo silversmiths
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|Grouped Work ID||4c532341-59ed-2dcd-b77c-92da4087aa27|
|Grouping Title||navajo and pueblo silversmiths|
|Grouping Author||adair john|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-08-14 04:16:54AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-08-21 04:28:13AM|
|author||Adair, John, 1913-1997.|
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|display_description||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. It is written by John Adair, a trained ethnologist who has become a recognized expert on this craft. 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 Navajo and Pueblo Indians. There are men still living today who remember the very first silversmiths.|
|owning_library_santafe||Santa Fe Public Library|
|series||Civilization of the American Indian|
|series_with_volume||Civilization of the American Indian|25|
Indian silversmiths -- Southwest, New
|title_display||The Navajo and Pueblo silversmiths|
Navajo And Pueblo Silversmiths [electronic resource] Adair, John.
The Navajo and Pueblo silversmiths / John Adair
The Navajo and Pueblo silversmiths [by] John Adair
|title_short||The Navajo and Pueblo silversmiths|