New Bracelets: 400+ Contemporary Jewellery Designs

New Bracelets: 400+ Contemporary Jewellery Designs

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New Bracelets showcases more than 400 bracelets by 200 jewellers, selected from a pool of 900 artists from across the world. This new title by Nicolas Estrada confirms that contemporary jewellery is flourishing: readers will be surprised and delighted with the freshness, diversity, and colourfulness of the many different styles in this collection. It incorporates jewellery designs in a wide variety of materials and approaches, including classic gold, silver, and precious stones, as well as paper, wood, plastic, and resins. This comprehensive selection puts its finger on the pulse of what is happening in the world of jewellery artists right now. It is part of our ongoing series on contemporary jewellery. New Bracelets includes prefaces by Barbara Schmidt and Helen Britton.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 193 x 245 x 25.4mm | 1,111.3g
  • Barcelona, Spain
  • English
  • 600 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 8417412506
  • 9788417412500
  • 486,416

About Nicolas Estrada

Author Nicola s Estrada (Medellin, 1972) studied artistic jewellery at the Escola Massana in Barcelona. He has trained in many technical areas of jewellery, as well as local traditional techniques. His works can be found in galleries around the world, from Glasgow to Riga, San Francisco or Barcelona. His pieces are handmade, personal and transgressive. As editor, Nicolas has curated New Rings (2012), New Earrings (2013), New Necklaces (2016) and New Brooches (2018).


Barbara Schmidt is a German artist and teacher and is head of the Academy of Design in Munich (Germany).


Helen Britton is a multi-award winning Australian contemporary jeweller, and currently an adjunct professor at RMIT University in Melbourne (Australia).
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