7000 Years of Jewellery Paperback
Edited by Hugh Tait, Carol Andrews
This panoramic illustrated history explores the varied styles, techniques and materials used to make jewellery throughout the world since earliest times.
Egyptian necklaces, Celtic torcs, South American gold masks, Renaissance pendants and Art Nouveau buckles are among the range of masterpieces described by a team of experts from the British Museum and illustrated with 400 superb photographs.
This reissue includes images of major acquisitions made in the last ten years, particularly from Europe since 1700 and from Asia.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages, 400 illustrations, 250 in colour
- Publisher: British Museum Press
- Publication Date: 01/03/2007
- Category: Jewellery & beadcraft
- ISBN: 9780714150321