Museum of New Mexico Press


American Jewelry from New Mexico

Tradition and Innovation

Andrew L. Connors, Author
Hannah V. Mattson, Author

This beautiful book tells the story of jewelry in New Mexico, tracing its use as an adornment from prehistory to the present. Featuring three hundred objects from private and public collections, including the Albuquerque Museum, American Jewelry from New Mexico brings together jewelry produced by artists representing many cultures and backgrounds. Jewelry making in the region is a shared medium in which artists have incorporated materials and techniques from other places into their own artwork.

Trim: 10.5" x 9.5"

Pages: 286

Illustrations: 100 color plates, 200 additional color photos, 20 figures




Hardcover $39.95