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Navajo Spoons

Indian Artistry & the Souvenir Trade, 1880s-1940s

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Navajo Spoons by Cindra Kline
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Profusely illustrated with stunning photographs of over 500 profile and figural spoons along with historical images, this book is the first to examine the production of silver spoons by Navajo artisans beginning in the 1880s and continuing to World War II. The silversmiths brought the highest level of skill and invention to functional teaspoons, servers, and sugar shells, sought after by travellers to the Southwest and traders. Many of the rare spoons are engraved with dates and names.

Author Biography

Cindra Kline
Release date NZ
September 8th, 2001
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
85 colour & 25 b/w photos
Imprint
Museum of New Mexico Press
Pages
118
Dimensions
230x205x9
ISBN-13
9780890133910
Product ID
1858637

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