Frederick Marshall, Montclair, New Jersey

September 1984
Ornament;Fall84, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p50
The article profiles Montclair, New Jersey-based jeweler Frederick Marshall, honorable mention at the 1984 Ornament Jewelry International Competition. Marshall received his Masters of Fine Arts from Pratt Institute in 1979. Marshall teaches jewelry and metalworking techniques at Montclair State College.


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