This 2nd edition Schreiner: Masters of Twentieth-Century Costume Jewelry by Carole Tanenbaum and Eve Townsend offers a concise history of one of North America's foremost designers of high-end costume jewelry.
Created in New York City by founder Henry Schreiner in 1932, their pieces are known for their unusual colour combinations, hand-made settings, and use of custom-made stones which set them apart from their contemporaries.
For thousands of collectors of Schreiner worldwide, this book provides valuable insight into their collections with anecdotes from the family itself. With hundreds of breathtaking photographs, this volume examines not only the cultural context and significance of Schreiner jewelry but also offers object-based analyses and archival documentation of various Schreiner pieces.
Details: Hard cover, 228 pages, 9"x9", 2nd Edition.
Signed by Carole Tanenbaum.