The distinctive silver jewelry crafted by the Hopi people of northern Arizona is prized by collectors all over the world. In addition to information on more than 300 silversmiths and their hallmarks - the personal stamps that smiths use to mark their work - it includes a useful written and photographic chronicle of this beautiful and popular art form. Rubrics: Hopi silverwork
Hopi Silver: The History. has been added to your Cart. Includes tribal and individual trademark symbols. Support Native Americans by purchasing only Authentic Native American Made Jewelry. The Hopi Indians are Masters of their trade in Silversmithing. 5 people found this helpful.
Margaret Wright's comprehensive guide, first. A Great book to convey the Hopi Indian Artestry of Silversmithing. This is a well rounded book and I would recommend it to anyone who appreciates Hopi Silver! 1. Report. Same book different cover. com User, August 1, 2007. This is the same 1998 book with a different cover.
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The index of hallmarks utilized by more than 300 Hopi silversmiths, arranged chronologically and by type of symbol, with brief information about each artist is a necessity for anyone collecting Hopi silver work. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.
Hopi silver: the history and hallmarks of hopi silversmithing. 2003, University of New Mexico Press. in English - University of New Mexico Press pbk. ed. Libraries near you: WorldCat. Hopi Silver: The History and Hallmarks of Hope Silversmithing. January 1999, Northland Publishing.
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The art of Hopi silversmithing is the focus of this informative book, which opens with early Hopi crafts and culture. Hopi silversmiths are highlighted along with tools of the trade, accompanied by photographs. Influences to the Hopi artists are examined as well as traditional versus contemporary styles, and there is also an informative guide to Hopi silver hallmarks. University of New Mexico Press, 2003 (Originally Published by Northland, 1972) Paperback, 148 pages.