INDIAN JEWELRY OF THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST
By Sarah Peabody and William A. Turnbaugh
Foreword by Barry M. Goldwater
From the Back Cover:
The magnificent land, proud people and ancient craft traditions that make Southwestern Indian jewelry internationally appealing are celebrated in words and pictures in this stunning book. More than 125 vivid color photographs display wrought silver, turquoise, shell and coral brought together from bright deserts, red canyons and timeless pueblos. From gifts and souvenirs to contemporary designer pieces and treasured older accessories, the authors explore the diversity of handcrafted jewelry available today on reservations and in shops and galleries. Detailed photographs and informative captions aid collectors in recognizing and enjoying the distinctive products of Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and Rio Grande Pueblo artisans.