February 1985
Ornament;Feb85, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p31
The article features several jewelries and accessories made by various artists and jewelers in 1985. It includes a description of new beaded jewelry by Mary B. Hetz, as well as various experimental powder-glass beads. Also cited are the different issues' implications for jewelry making and decoration and ornament.


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