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Metal-working tool

National Museum of the American Indian

Metal-working tool

National Museum of the American Indian

Metal-Work and its Artistic Design

Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt (1820-1877), a well-known British architect and art historian, championed the role of the designer in the manufacturing process. He is most famous for his two-volume work, The Industrial Arts of the Nineteenth Century, written while he was Secretary of the Great Exhibition of 1851. His research and connections with the Archeological...

Metals and metal-working in old Japan / by W. Gowland

Smithsonian Libraries
"Reprinted from the Transactions of the Japan Society of London, vol. XIII."

Cover title.

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Robot Sculptures: Metal Works by Clayton Bailey

Archives of American Art
Exhibition Catalog : 1 v. : ill. ; 28 x 22 cm.

Reproduction of illustrations of ornamental metal-work, forming L'art du serrurier, par MathurinJousse. Flèche, Georges Griveau, printed 1627

Smithsonian Libraries
Title of facsimile reads: La fidelle ouverture de l'art de serrurier ...

Also available online.

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Worked metal

National Museum of the American Indian

Worked metal

National Museum of the American Indian

Worked metal

National Museum of the American Indian

Worked metal

National Museum of the American Indian

Worked metal

National Museum of the American Indian

Worked metal

National Museum of the American Indian

Worked metal

National Museum of the American Indian

Metal Working Tool

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Stanley Lechtzin

Archives of American Art
Photographic Print : 1 : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm. Date range based on Lechtzin's style of dress and approximate age in photo.
Shows Lechtzin wearing an apron and holding a metal-working tool in his left hand, a wall of tools behind him.

Canvas work embroidered metal-framed purse, 1924

National Museum of American History

Card to Robert Ebendorf and Aleta Braun from "Helen"

Archives of American Art
1 note : various media ; 10 x 19 cm Helen (last name unknown) thanks Bob and Aleta for their time together and mentions a project she is working on that involves enameling rusted scrap metal.
Date range from heading of folder in which this item is housed.
Handmade card with patterns drawn in pencil and sewn on embellishments.

John Marshall sketch of an inscribed silver goblet

Archives of American Art
Sketch : 1 sheet : various media ; 33 x 41 cm. Date range based on inclusive dates of collection.
Views from several angles of a goblet inscribed in German: Echter als er schwur keiner Eide; treuer als er hieit keiner Verläge.

John Marshall sketch of a double vessel

Archives of American Art
Sketch : 1 sheet : various media ; 31 x 28 cm. Date range based on inclusive dates of collection.
Sketch shows a design for a vessel with two bowl shapes stacked on top of one another.
Sketch in white chalk of an unidentified object on verso.

Sterling silver and enamel beverage pot designed by Arthur Pulos

Archives of American Art
1 slide : col. ; 05 x 05 cm.

Slide shows the pot next to a cup of coffee, candles and a flower arrangement in background.

Bronze altar set designed by Arthur Pulos

Archives of American Art
1 slide : col. ; 05 x 05 cm.

Two sterling silver ladles in the "taper" pattern, designed by Arthur Pulos

Archives of American Art
1 slide : col. ; 05 x 05 cm.

Pipkin designed by Adda Husted-Andersen

Archives of American Art
1 slide : col. ; 05 x 05 cm.
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