Goebel, Erica
December 1984
Ornament;Winter84, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p58
The article profiles Sue Dorman, a diamond jeweler from Los Angeles, California in 1984. It includes background information on Dorman and her career as an artist and jeweller, as well as a description of her key role as a pioneer in combining precious stones and common materials in her jewelries. Also cited are the issues' implications for decoration and ornament.


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