Presenting a stunning array of extravagant fashion jewelry, this exhibition celebrates craftsmanship and creativity spanning five decades. Klapp ended with her employer's death in August 1915; she returned to decorating for a few months, designing a pair of Persian panels for a New York house, and then joining Louis Tiffany's art jewelry department under Meta Overbeck in 1917.
Jo Ann C. Stabb, USA - Senior Lecturer Emeritus, Design Department, University of California, Davis; teaching contemporary fashion and wearable design, history of fashion and costume and personal adornment for 34 years, author of published articles on wearable art, juror and curator for numerous exhibitions of wearables, Founding Curator of the Design Collection, UC Davis and exhibiting artist in both national and international exhibitions of wearable art.
Handmade childrens clothing and blankets always seem to sell well, as does jewelry for children - but be sure to follow guidelines for child jewelry safety Avoid materials and designs which could be choking hazards or contain poisonous materials if swallowed or chewed on.Inexpensive items really are your safest bet for most holiday craft shows, unless you are selling at a very elite, high-end to keep crafts in the $5-20 range as much as possible.
Butterfly mix through centuries inspired by Van Cleef & Arpels Van Cleef & Arpels, and numerous unique design of the wing into a dynamic jewelry from the 1920s to charm brooch and earrings attitude beings, to the 1970 and 1980 the Mystery Setting hidden life -dense paved wings, or even Envol necklace with rubies, diamonds paved the bright thin wings are the perfect interpretation of the soft and delicate butterfly charm.
The Berger collection and this exhibition are virtual encyclopedias of this exciting and provocative era of fashion history. The exhibition also underscores the continuing popularity of couture jewelry today through stellar contemporary works. The exhibition is accompanied by a major publication on the Barbara Berger collection published by Assouline, with a preface by Pamela Golbin, who is the chief curator of Paris' Musée de la Mode et du Textile; an essay by fashion guru Iris Apfel; and text by jewelry historian Harrice Simons Miller. Besides, this exhibition have used the rfid tag to protect the jewelry, click here you can buy it.