Thomas Gentille: New York, New York

September 1984
Ornament;Fall84, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p32
The article profiles New York City-based jeweler Thomas Gentille, first prize winner at the 1984 Ornament Jewelry International Competition. Gentille was born in Ohio and was educated at the Cleveland Institute of Art. He is the author of "Step by Step Jewelry" and was a contributing author to "The Encyclopedia of Crafts." He taught jewelry for many years at the 92nd St. Y in New York City, where he serves as the jewelry department's director.


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