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Creating Your Own Antique Jewelry: Taking Inspiration from Great Museums Around the World (Jewelry Crafts)
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Create a stunning brooch inspired by the one in Rubens's famous portrait of Isabella Brandt, or duplicate Madame Moitessier's bracelet in the painting by Ingres. Part how-to crafts book and part museum tour, this gorgeous and practical volume is a book like no other — the only one that shows readers how to create their own versions of the exquisite jewelry seen in some of history's great paintings.
Parisian jewelry designer cRis Dupouy presents 35 works of art spanning the 7th century BC to the 20th century from museums around the world — and gives clear, step-by-step instructions to enable anyone to copy the look of the beautiful jeweled creations seen in these stunning artworks.
This fun book presents 35 works of art from international museums--paintings and relies from the 7th century B.C. to the 20th century--and shows how to make your own version of these jewelry pieces seen in various artworks.
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