Modernism In American Silver by Jewel Stern
Here at MONC XIII we turn to our favorite books again and again for ideas and inspiration. Here you will find a select group of our favorite new, vintage and one-of-a-kind book sets to add inspiration to your life. Whether it's decorating, cooking or diving into a novel from one of our favorite authors, these books have the MONC XIII stamp of approval. IFom teaspoons to cocktail shakers and unique objects made for New York World’s Fairs, this stunning book examines the influence of modernism upon industrially produced silverware made in the United States from 1925 to 2000. Featuring the Dallas Museum of Art’s Jewel Stern American Silver Collection— which comprises over four hundred extraordinary works in the modern idiom—as well as other objects in the Museum’s collection, and selected pieces on loan, Modernism in American Silver is the first book to study the full scope of progressive design in American silver of the twentieth century. For collectors, scholars, designers, students, and museum visitors interested in silver and design, this book is a beautiful and essential resource.
• 392 pages
• Hard Cover
• Yale University Press – October 11, 2005