Brooches: Ornament's 15th Anniversary

Cuadra, Cynthia
March 1992
Ornament;Spring92, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p34
The article discusses the significance of brooches. Although a brooch is wearable, its identity is not as closely associated with where it is worn on the body as other pieces of jewelry. A brooch emphasizes the whole person. Some of jewelry artists who are famour for their brooches are Patricia Telesco, Thomas Gentille, Eleanor Moty, Earl Pardon and Eva Fishler.


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