Citations with the tag: BROOCHES
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- A rose is a rose.
// Town & Country; Feb96, Vol. 150 Issue 5189, p48
Presents Le Vian's jeweled rose brooch. Features; Price; Contact information.
- Roman Brooches Made In Castleford.
Downes, Amy; Barclay, Judith // Treasure Hunting; Feb2012, p11
The article reports on the discovery of several brooches manufactured at the Roman settlement at Castleford in West Yorkshire, England, home to a major metalworking industry from the late 1st to the 3rd centuries.
- Ladies' bugs.
Robledo, Maria; Okun, Stacey // Town & Country; Jul95, Vol. 149 Issue 5182, p78
Presents photographs of jeweled brooches styled in the form of insects. Paloma Picasso's spider brooch; Jean Vitau Creations' bee pin; Fred Leighton's diamond butterfly; Michael Bondanza's gold-and-diamond bumblebee; Neiman Marcus' wasp brooch.
Price, Candy Pratts // Vogue; Dec95, Vol. 185 Issue 12, p350
Features gemstone brooches. Popularity of nature themes; Green as the most sought-after color; Use of green sapphire and tsavorite.
- Gallery showcase.
Price, Candy Pratts // Ornament; Autumn99, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p82
Features brooches and headdress from various jewelers. Dimensions; Materials used; Styles.
- Pin Points.
Sinnott, Richard // Harper's Bazaar; Feb2000, Issue 3459, p130
Deals with several designs of brooches and their prices.
- PINS FOR PATRIOTS.
Sinnott, Richard // Victoria; Nov2000, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p32
Features jewelry sets that portray patriotism. Enameled flag pin with pave rhinestones; Eagle pin with a charm bracelet and cufflinks; Breast-cancer awareness brooch.
- VINTAGE AFFAIR.
L. A. // American Salon; Feb2011, Vol. 134 Issue 2, p30
The article offers information on the Thea Grant line including rhinestone leaf brooches, topaz crystal beads and a topaz chandelier crystal drop.
- OUR PIN COLLECTION IS STILL GROWING...
L. A. // RN; Dec81, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p66
Presents a partial list of nursing pins collected by the 'RN' magazine.
- The brooch approach.
L. A. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 7/22/1996 Supplement, Vol. 172 Issue 14, p14
Presents photographs of stick pins and brooches available for the 1996 holiday season.
- Saxon Cruciform Brooch.
L. A. // Treasure Hunting; Feb2008, p75
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of finding a Saxon cruciform brooch while metal detecting.
- St Neots & District AC.
L. A. // Treasure Hunting; Mar2012, p51
The article reports on archaeological artifacts found by members of the St. Neots & District Artifacts Club in England in 2011, which include an Alexander III second issue penny, a pennanular brooch, and a Saxon brooch.
- Mansfield & District DC.
Wilson, Tony // Treasure Hunting; Mar2012, p55
The article reports on archaeological artifacts found by members of the Mansfield & District Detecting Club in England in 2011, which include an Elizabethan halfpenny, Roman brooches, and a livery button.
- Celtic Treasures.
Wilson, Tony // Scholastic Art; Dec2009/Jan2010, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p8
An image of an early 8th century Hunterston Brooch is presented.
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen // Veranda; May/Jun2007, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p110
Several photographs of jewelry items including brooch, necklace, and butterfly clip are presented.
- Last look.
Price, Candy Pratts // Vogue; Dec93, Vol. 183 Issue 12, p334
Presents designs of Christmas tree brooches for 1993. Mosaic of diamonds, emeralds and rubies; Pastiche of plastic and rhinestones; Costume jewelry renaissance; Price; Availability.
- Chambered Nautilus Pin.
Price, Candy Pratts // American Craft; Oct/Nov2011, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p15
An image of a Chambered Nautilus Pin made of cloisonn� enamel is presented.
- brilliant SNOWFLAKE.
Abner, Kristy // Stringing; Dec2011, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p26
The article offers step-by-step instructions for creating a necklace which features an old brooch.
Abner, Kristy // Ornament; Autumn93, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p108
A correction to the article on a brooch by Susan Silver Brown published in the Summer issue, volume 16, number issue is presented.
- pin stem tips.
Abner, Kristy // Art Jewelry; May2011, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p66
The article offers tips for making pin stems for a brooch.
- Creature feature.
Abner, Kristy // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 2/6/1995, Vol. 169 Issue 24, p4
Presents photographs of brooches depicting figures of animals. Includes butterflies; Lizards; Bugs and insects.
Abner, Kristy // Metalsmith; 2008, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p55
A correction to the article on the brooch worn by David Montague in the vol. 28 no. 1 issue of "Metalsmith" is presented.
- Pinning It Down.
Abner, Kristy // Town & Country; May2012, Vol. 166 Issue 5383, p144
Several photographs of brooches including brooches from Graff, James de Givenchy and David Webb.
- Lacy and Lovely.
Abner, Kristy // Town & Country; Fall2005 Special Issue, p64
Presents several filigree jewelry ideal for brides, including a Fred Leighton platinum and diamond brooch.
- word of mouth.
Abner, Kristy // Conde Nast Traveler; Jul2007, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p36
The article features a $21,000 ruby-encrusted shell brooch by Verdura.
- UK Detector Net Finds of the Month -- January.
Abner, Kristy // Treasure Hunting; Apr2011, p11
The article reports on UK Detector Net Finds of the Month for January 2011, including a medieval bronze annular brooch AD1200-1400, the Artefact of the Month, and a Henry III Irish penny, the Coin of the Month.
McCarthy, Jan // Australian Nursing Journal; May97, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p34
Reviews the book `Guns and Brooches,' by Jan Bassett.
- Show your care with awareness pin.
McCarthy, Jan // Dog World; Dec97, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p79
Focuses on the Animal Awareness Pin which was introduced by Actors and Others for Animals in celebration of 25 years of work within the animal welfare community. Features of the pin; Why the pin was commissioned; Price of the pin; Contact information.
- Best Brooches.
Unterhalter, Danya // Harper's Bazaar; Sep2004, Issue 3514, p215
No abstract available.
- glass act.
Fottler, Marsha // Sarasota Magazine; May2002, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p31
Focuses on several glass art products available in market in Sarasota, Florida. Austrian crystal and sterling silver bird-of-paradise brooch; Glass vase designed by Texas artist Barbara Roberts; Dishware designed by Annie Morhauser's Roman Antique patter.
- SHINY BRINY BEAUTIES.
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen // Veranda; Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p22
Photographs of several brooches in the shape of marine animals are presented including Jean Schlumberger's moonstone, sapphire, diamond, platinum and gold M�duse jellyfish brooch, mother-of-pearl and coral dolphin brooch from Barbara D'Oro, and Nicholas Varney's baroque pearl stingray brooch...
- PARADISE FOUND.
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen // Veranda; Sep2010, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p54
Photographs of several Tahitian pearl jewelry including a necklace from Mastoloni's Signature Collection, a black Tahitian cultured pearl necklace from Cellini and a Baroque Tahitian pearl brooch from Tara Pearls are presented.
- Ken Loeber.
Ken Loeber // Metalsmith; Exhibition in Print, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p7
The article reviews the exhibition "Brooch,1995" by Ken Lober at the Susan Cummins Gallery in Mill Valley, California.
- Bruce Metcalf: Encyclopedia of Anxieties.
Costello, Lisa // Metalsmith; Winter1999, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p44
Reviews the art exhibition "Bruce Metcalf: Encyclopedia of Anxieties," on view at Perimeter Gallery in Chicago, Illinois in 1999.
- "GIJS BAKKER: I DON'T WEAR JEWELS, I DRIVE THEM.".
Noe, Todd // Metalsmith; Summer2002, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p42
The article reviews the exhibition "Gijs Bakker: I Don't Wear Jewels, I Drive Them," at the Helen Drutt Gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from October 20 to December 1, 2001.
- TRIPTYCH: Explorations of the Brooch.
Leicht, Noel // Metalsmith; Spring1996, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p38
Reviews the art exhibition "TRIPTYCH: Explorations of the Brooch," on view at Gallery at Craft Alliance in Saint Louis, Missouri from September 15 to October 28, 1996.
- BADGES CLUE TO OWNER OF JEWELLERY.
Leicht, Noel // Nursing Standard; 9/8/2010, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p10
The author reports that police are looking for the owner of two 1940s nursing badges found in a Wales river.
Okun, Stacey; Riley, Carin // Town & Country; Dec94, Vol. 148 Issue 5175, p184
Features various designs of brooches. Brooch makers; Prices.
- JACQUELINE MINA, CYNTHIA COUSENS, DAVID WATKINS, JANE ADAM, GORDON STEWART AMD MARIA WONG.
Okun, Stacey; Riley, Carin // Ornament; Summer89, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p66
A photograph of a brooch by British jeweler Jacqueline Mina is presented.
- Brooch of Lorne Replicated.
Okun, Stacey; Riley, Carin // Treasure Hunting; Aug2006, p22
The article reports on the replication of the Brooch of Lorne for a museum at Dunollie House in Oban, Scotland. The brooch has eight obelisks supporting a central colour changing stone. According to a legend, it was ripped from the cloak of Robert the Bruce during his escape from the Battle of...
- Norwich Detectors Club.
Simmonds, Graeme // Treasure Hunting; Dec2006, p63
The article reports on the meeting by the Norwich Detectors Club at the Canary Supporters Club in Norwich, England in September 2006. The meeting was well-attended as evidenced by a wide range of artifacts. The interesting finds featured during the meeting included a 13th century seal matrix, a...
- Wakefield District Relic Hunters.
Walsh, Pete // Treasure Hunting; May2009, p61
The article announces winners from the Wakefield District Relic Hunters, including Saxon coins for the Coin of the Month category and Roman headstud brooch, Craig and umbonate Roman brooch as Artefact of the Month for February 2009.
- Gold Medieval Ring Brooch Unearthed at Rally.
Tonge, Mike // Treasure Hunting; Nov2009, p9
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of discovering a complete gold ring brooch in Hurleston, near Nantwich, Cheshire in England on August 9, 2009.
- Kernow Search & Recovery Club.
Larkin, Ian // Treasure Hunting; Dec2009, p55
The article presents an update on the Kernow Search & Recovery Club in England. Their September 2009 meeting took place at the Hayle Rugby Club and it was attended by members as well as old members who have moved away to other areas of Great Britain. It mentions a selection of finds that was...
- UK Detector Net Finds of the Month - September.
Rice, Steve // Treasure Hunting; Dec2011, p10
The article presents information on a penny and a brooch that were recognized by United Kingdom (UK) Detector Net Finds of the Month in Great Britain in September 2011.
- Weymouth & Portland MDC.
Rice, Steve // Treasure Hunting; Jan2012, p95
The article offers information on special archaeological findings of the Weymouth and Portland Metal Detecting Club (MDC) in Great Britain in October 2011 including a Roman zoomorphic brooch, Gold quarter stater and a Saxon sceat.
- Norwich Detectors Club.
Simmonds, Graeme // Treasure Hunting; Jan2012, p99
The article offers information on special archaeological findings of the Norwich Detectors Club in England in October 2011 including a Saxon cruciform brooch, a Bronze mace head, and a Norfolk Wolf stater.
- St. Neots & District Artefact Club.
Nettie // Treasure Hunting; Feb2012, p50
The article presents some of the treasure finds of the Saint Neots & District Artefact Club in England, which include a David II Scottish farthing, and a ring brooch.
- A Pasture Field and My First Roman Brooch.
Wilson, Vivienne // Treasure Hunting; Feb2012, p77
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of metal detecting on a pasture field in Great Britain, and finding his first Roman brooch after 25 years of detecting.
- Cummings' new cause.
Wilson, Vivienne // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 6/13/1994, Vol. 167 Issue 113, p9
Reports on jewelry designer Angela Cummings' Soaring Hopes brooch for the Concerned Parents for AIDS Research (CPFA) organization. Exclusive carrier Takashimaya New York; Other designs for causes.