March 1984
Ornament;Mar84, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p56
The article offers news briefs on jewelry related events in the craft world of the U.S. The Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York City will be showing “Finished in Beauty: Southwest Indian Silver,” from April 17-July 8, 1984. The International Gold Corporation (Intergold) has moved its North American headquarters. Random house will publish “Crafts in America: A Guide to Traditional Crafts…Who Makes Them, Where to Find Them” next year.


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