Kuckelman Cobb, Ann
December 1984
Ornament;Winter84, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p20
The article profiles the artists who make the active core of jewelers and metalsmiths in Lawrence, Kansas in 1984. It includes an in-depth analysis of various trends and innovations in metal-work and jewelry making that originated from Lawrence, as well as background information on the city's jewelers and metalsmiths who play a key role in the advancement of the craft.


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