The Jeweled Menagerie
Thames & Hudson / 2001-12出版

During the 19th century, a vogue for jewellery in the forms of animals, made of enamel and precious metals and stones, swept Europe. Leading houses such as Fouquet, Fontenay, Falize, Faberge and Tiffany & Co all created an array of animal jewellery. The design developments of the 20th century - art nouveau, art deco, and those that followed - all contributed animal jewellery, from Lalique's intricate insects to Cartier's panthers, from Boucheron to the sophisticated imagery of Verdura. This book shows the imagination and technical skill of the creators of this jewellery.

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