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Dear Reader, for a quarter of a century we have been offering you extraordinary high-quality art books on subjects that can be found only at our publishing house: from baroque porcelain made by famous European manufacturers and works by contemporary jewellery artists of very differing origins Dieter Zühlsdorff | Publisher to textile art from Turkmenistan or the masterful works by the Naxi in China. We specialise in unusual themes which are sourced worldwide. Join us also this autumn on our artistic journey through time and space. With poster art by the ‘Tiepolo of the Boulevards’, Jules Chéret, we lead you through the streets of Paris in the late 19th century. We show you Max Penson’s moving photos of Uzbekistan during its transformation into a Soviet Socialist Republic. We open the path into the world of good luck symbols on Chinese porcelain and shed light on the provoking and sensual world of contemporary Estonian jewellery. With ‘Schmucki’ we explore furthermore the world of jewellery at the Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim through children’s eyes and bewitch you with the diverse forms and symbolic richness of the snake in jewellery through all eras and cultures. The journey with ARNOLDSCHE Art Publishers takes a significant step further this year, namely on the World Wide Web: our homepage has been completely redesigned, and so on www.arnoldsche.com you can find detailed information about our newest and older discoveries, enjoy browsing through the books and – if required - order these easily and quickly from the comfort of your own home. For a short visit we can also recommend our new presence on Facebook, where we inform you about our current projects and worldwide exhibitions worth seeing. And there are other locations where we accompany you around the globe: you can find our books in the shop of the New York Museum of Modern Art, as well as on Amazon China!

Dirk Allgaier | Junior Publisher

We wish you an artistic journey full of discovery through virtual and printed worlds. Dirk Allgaier Junior Publisher

FOREWORD

Dieter Zühlsdorff Publisher

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Annabell Schwarz, Bettina Goldschmidt, Marion Boschka

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Michael Buhrs (ed.)

JULES CHÉRET Artist of the Belle Epoque and Pioneer of Poster Art Buhrs Michael

160 pages, 21 x 27 cm, ca. 100 illustrations. Brochure with flaps. In English and German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-356-2 Available: November 2011

Jules Chéret (1836–1932) is considered the father of modern posters. Through the use of colour lithography he developed commercial posters into an independent art form and contributed to the transformation of the urban image of the art metropolis Paris with his enormous production of colour posters and advertising art. The effect of his work wasn’t only noticeable in public spaces, but artists like Henri Toulouse-Lautrec also consequently adopted the medium and developed its visual language further. As a lithographer, printer, designer, painter, decorator and illustrator, Jules Chéret was a prominent figure in Parisian art and literary circles at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. This publication focuses on his pioneering poster art, which covers a wide range of subjects from circuses, concerts and exhibitions to ready-made fashion, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and press products, thanks to the increased demand brought about by the liberalisation of the media, the development of the rail network and the upturn in economy and trade. Jules Chéret developed a striking individual style in the neo-rococo tradition, but that also displayed the first modern elements which were to fascinate impressionists like Georges Seurat.

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Jules Chéret is a pioneer of the modern advertising poster. His unusual designs gave him the nickname ‘Tiepolo of the Boulevards’. This publication documents the career of this defining artist in the history of poster art, by means of a wide selection of commercial posters and advertising art, as well as decorations and paintings.

Exhibition at the Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, 10.11.2011 to 5.2.2012. Further information: www.villastuck.de www.arnoldsche.com

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Gerhard Dietrich | Eckard Wagner

KAYSERZINN Engelbert Kayser. Jugendstil Pewter from Cologne 288 pages, 23.5 x 29 cm, ca. 1,100 illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-357-9 Available: September 2011

‘Kayserzinn’ is a synonym for exceptionally high-quality Jugendstil pewter ware. Engelbert Kayser (1840–1911) – an art dealer, entrepreneur and ambitious artist residing in Cologne – founded a trademark of the same name in 1894. His aim was to lead the still historically characterised fine pewter of his parent’s foundry in Krefeld, now managed by his brother, into the Jugendstil era that was beginning. In his own atelier established in Cologne several well-known sculptors, such as Hugo Leven, Hermann Fauser and Karl Berghof, developed a characteristic and individual style in the context of Europe under the aegis of the skilled pewterer Kayser. At the International Expositions in Paris in 1900, Turin in 1902 and in St. Louis in 1904 Kayser pewter enjoyed great and also financial success. The new lead-free ‘pewter silver’ not only satisfied the most modern artistic demands, but also served as high-class aesthetic residential furnishing and tableware. Apart from lamps, candlesticks, picture frames, trophies, jardinières, vases and writing utensils, the artists also created centrepieces, display bowls, tea and coffee sets, smoking utensils, as well as comprehensive sets of crockery, whose surfaces shone with a ‘warm silver glow’. All Kayser pewter castings bore the trademark and the model numbers of the 4000 series, under which they could be bought in the shop branches in Cologne, Berlin, Frankfurt and Paris. This publication offers a richly illustrated portrait of the successful manufacturer Engelbert Kayser and of his achievements, set on the background of the company history. Nearly all the 1,000 known and documented model numbers of Kayser pewter are presented in an illustrated and commentated critical oeuvre catalogue, providing for the first time a reference work for the Jugendstil production of Kayser pewter, which enjoys great popularity worldwide until today not only in collector circles. NEW _ COLLE CTIBLE S

The first comprehensive reference work on ‘Kayserzinn’ from the Jugendstil era, with an index of all 1,000 models and illustrations, descriptions and data about the era in which they were created and their designers.

Exhibition at the Museum of Applied Art, Cologne, 3.9. to 20.11.2011. Further information: www.museenkoeln.de www.arnoldsche.com

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ART NOUVEAU DOCUMENTS A Modern Applied Arts 1902–1908 M Wit an introduction and commentated index by Horst Makus With 256 pages, 24 x 34 cm, ca. 1,200 illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. 25 In English and German. US 120 | £ 75 US$ ISBN 978-3-89790-355-5 ISB Available: October 2011 Ava

In 1902 2 the magazine ‘Documents of Modern Applied Arts’ was introduced uced for the first time. It was published until 1908, comprising five series divided by content, without exception in lavish quality and with numerous splendid illustrations. Because of the small circle of subscribers the ‘Documents’ remained widely unknown until today. However, they are a unique art nouveau resource, presenting famous as well as less well-known designers and manufacturers, and furthermore presenting unknown works by famous artists. This new edition finally makes this work accessible. Around 1,200 illustrations present more than 1,500 individual artistic items from the German and international art nouveau era in a new constellation: furniture, metal, glass, ceramics, jewellery as well as textile, poster and book art. An index comprising artists’ biographies and company histories now enables easy reference: targeted searches, finding and identification of objects. The editor and author was Heinrich Pudor (1865–1943), known today only as a national literary man and publicist. His ‘Documents of Modern Applied Arts’ are however characterised by thorough evaluations and an ideological neutrality. Heinrich Pudor’s comprehensive journalistic and social activities around the turn of the century comprised nudism, vegetarianism, nutritional physiology, social and cultural policies, sexual science, the history of music, and theories about the history of language and prehistory.

Richard Riemerschmid, Deutsche Werkstätten für Handwerkskunst, Dresden

Fritz Kochendörfer, Osterode

Henry van de Velde and Reinhold Hanke

Russian Imperial Porcelain and Glass Factory

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Henry van de Velde, court jeweller Th. Müller, Weimar

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Dorothea Mink (ed.)

FASHION – OUT OF ORDER Disruption as a Principle ca. 176 pages, ca. 17 x 25 cm, ca. 100 illustrations. Brochure with flaps. In English.

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A publication which defies all boundaries of categorisation has been created out of the workings of fashion that almost inevitably has to be ‘out of order’, so as to increase its attractive power and generate attention with its interruptions of the ordinary. The contributions, on the border between art and fashion and residing within the realms of literary theory, design theory, cultural history and technology, demonstrate in manifold ways processes, images and ideas that are striving for innovation and transgressing established parameters. The publication is dedicated to the constructive side of the development of fashion, whereby the theme of Out of Order is combined with the concept of dissonance as a creative formula. If one starts from the premise that fashion is no longer fashion when it can be generalised, categorised, repeated and described, then the process of dissonance constitutes the significant impulse for everything new. Is the unraveling of fashion by the disruption of the conventional, known and established merely coincidental? Does it mean that what has resulted has no identifiable causes? Of course not, as every creative process, alongside its lack of rules, follows a qualitatively definable goal. It is this tension between wrong and right, trash and haute couture that creates the fashionable effect and justifies the liberty to deviate from the norm. Whatever is successful is permissible.

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US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-358-6 Available: September 2011

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With contributions from: Pamela Church Gibson |Annette Geiger |Judith Gerdsen | Hanna Heilmann on Vibskov & Emenius | Iris Maria vom Hof in conversation with Oliver Sieber | Verena Kuni | Isabell Lizardi & Matt Johnson | Thomas Oláh | Andrea Sick | Bitten Stetter & Daniel Späi | Terre Thaemlitz | Barbara Vinken | Harry Walter | Gundula Wolter

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Is fashion that is out of order and doesn’t seem to follow any obvious rules truly accidental? Or has dissonance in fashion always been a guiding principle? Can coincidence therefore be predictable and controllable?

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SYMBOLS ON CHINESE PORCELAIN 10.000 x Happiness 240 pages, 24 x 29 cm, ca. 170 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English. US$ 95 | £ 49.50 ISBN 978-3-89790-350-0 Available: July 2011

The decorative details on Chinese porcelain are admired especially for their striking beauty, but the symbolic language hidden within them is less well-known in the West. From the very beginning until today Chinese culture has encompassed an enormous wealth of symbolic motifs, not only as ceramic decorations but also in painting, on textiles and varnished objects. Motifs bringing good luck like colours and numbers, mythical beings, animals and plants represent the striving for cosmic harmony, health and beauty, a long life, wealth, a happy marriage and numerous male descendents. In the ‘reading’ of the corresponding meaning there is a process of interaction between the viewer and the object. The intellectual playfulness and the pleasure of deciphering are traditionally an important element of the appreciation of art in China. This publication shows around 80 masterpieces spanning 1000 years. They belong to the internationally significant collection of Chinese ceramics at the Keramiekmuseum Princessehof, the Dutch National Museum of Ceramics. The ‘hidden’ meanings of these objects’ symbols have been explained and interpreted for the first time. An indispensable reference book that not only presents the most important and interesting Chinese porcelain objects from the Princessehof collection, but also constitutes a ‘handbook’ of Chinese symbols and visual imagery.

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What is the meaning of Yin and Yang, dragons, the phoenix and the Peaches of Immortality? Why is the lotus a symbol of Buddhism and a couple of mandarin ducks a wish for a happy marriage? What is the meaning of bamboo, pine and plum, the ‘Three Friends of Winter’? This publication reveals the secrets of the symbols of good luck and the visual imagery of Chinese decorative elements by means of around 80 masterpieces of Chinese porcelain spanning 1000 years.

Exhibition “10.000 x Happiness“ at the Keramiekmuseum Princessehof, Leeuwarden/the Netherlands, until 30.10.2011. Further information: www.princessehof.nl www.arnoldsche.com

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MAX PENSON MA Soviet Avant-garde Photographer Sov 176 ppages, 21 x 29 cm, ca. 180 illustrations. Hardcover. In Eng English, German and Russian. US$ 7 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-025-7 Available: October 2011 Availa

From 1924 4 the Russian photojournalist Max Penson (1893–1959) travelled through his adoptive homeland of Uzbekistan as a reporter. His photographs offer insight into a time when the country was loosening its centuries-old traditions and was confronted with a new political and social structure. These photographs, discovered three years ago in an attic and shown for the first time in this publication, come from the photographer’s so far unseen legacy. They portray a country that in the early 20th century was a largely unknown part of mysterious and magical Central Asia. The awakening from this fairytale began just at the time when Max Penson was on the road with his camera, transmitting the upheaval of this ancient culture in fascinating photo reportages. Like no other photographer of his generation Max Penson documented the radical changes of a country that was only just being liberated from medieval social structures. Max Penson, a contemporary of the artist Alexander Rodtschenko and a friend of the film director Sergej Eisenstein, left behind a unique documentation of these changes.

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Max Penson was a photographer between tradition and revolution. This publication presents, by means of recently rediscovered works, the extraordinary documentary achievement of the Russian photojournalist, who portrayed in gripping photo reportages Uzbekistan’s transformation from a medieval social structure to a Soviet Socialist Republic.

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SERPENTINA S TThe Snake in Jewellery Around the World 25 pages, 24 x 30 cm, ca. 200 colour illustrations. 256 Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. Ha US 85 | £ 45 US$ ISBN 978-3-89790-354-8 IS Available: November 2011 Av

Sin and temptation, wisdom and deceit, death and damnation, but also eternity and renewal, protection and healing power – the symbolic meanings of the snake are as manifold as the myths, sagas and legends in which it plays a significant role. The snake led Adam and Eve into temptation in the Garden of Eden, the Uraeus snake was the symbol of the pharaohs in ancient Egypt, the Midgard serpent inhabited the ocean of Germanic mythology, it was the ancient symbol of the art of healing, was worshipped as the snake spirit in India and as a deity in African and Central American cultures. In all eras and in all cultures the snake has fascinated humankind and inspired the creation of striking works of art. This publication is dedicated for the first time to the whole spectrum of the snake in jewellery, for few artists, jewellers or even the jewellery industry could resist the temptation to incorporate this creature into jewellery design. The examples span everything from Hellenistic snake bangles to the glittering art nouveau creations by Lalique and Fouquet, from the luxurious creations by Cartier and Fabergé to the playful objects of contemporary jewellery artists, from snake motifs from Mexico and the golden snakes of the Akan in Ghana to Indian snake jewellery and Japanese snake netsukes – in jewellery the seductive power of the snake is unfailing. Let it put you under its spell!

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A synonym of sin, the embodiment of deceit, an allegory of renewal – in all eras and in all cultures the snake has put mankind under its spell, fascinating and inspiring him. This publication with its seductive examples is dedicated for the first time to a very particular temptation: the snake represented in jewellery from around the world.

Exhibition at the Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim, 26.11.2011 to 26.2.2012. Further information: www.schmuckmuseum.com www.arnoldsche.com

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Liesbeth den Besten

ON JEWELLERY 192 pages, 17 x 25 cm, ca. 150 colour illustrations. Flexo-Cover. In English. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-349-4 Available: November 2011

‘On Jewellery’ offers a comprehensive overview of the tendencies and role of contemporary international jewellery art from the 1960s to today, shown within the context of corresponding trends in art and society. This publication is dedicated to themes such as interdisciplinary collaboration, new means of presentation and contextualisation. It also incorporates photography and the relationships between jewellery and the body, jewellery and ornament and new interpretations of traditional technical skills. Furthermore it considers aspects such as terminology and strategies, positioning, prejudices and the significance of content with regard to jewellery. On this basis this publication offers a synopsis of what jewellery art is and what it can be. Its aim is to reveal the characteristics, language and potential of jewellery. A bibliography of the most important works of jewellery art, a directory of jewellery galleries, museums and educational institutions make ‘On Jewellery’ a compact handbook of contemporary jewellery art. An indispensable handbook of international contemporary jewellery art, introducing its tendencies and role from the late 1960s to today within the context of current trends in art and society. A synopsis of what jewellery art is and can be. Artists (a selection): Pia Aleborg (S) | Gijs Bakker (NL) | Melanie Bilenker (USA) | Manfred Bischoff (D) | Helen Britton (AUS) | Paul Derrez (NL) | Iris Eichenberg (D) | Warwick Freeman (NZ) | Otto Künzli (CH) | Daniel Kruger (SA) | Yuka Oyama (J) | Robert Smit (NL) | Annamaria Zanella (I) | Christoph Zellweger (CH)

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Exhibition ‘Ontketend. Grenzeloze sieraden’ at the Museum voor Moderne Kunst in Arnhem/the Netherlands, 6.11.2011 to 5.2.2012. Further information: www.mmkarnhem.nl

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CASTLE IN THE AIR | ÕHULOSS Jewellery from Estonia With contributions from: Karl Bollmann | Rüdiger Joppien | Saale Kareda | Tamara Luuk | Kadri Mälk | Lars Pahlman | Mart Raukas 204 pages, 24 x 29.4 cm, ca. 100 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and Estonian. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-359-3 Available: August 2011

Animal liver, deer legs, sepia and ‘cosmic dust’ are not usually amongst the preferred materials used by goldsmiths in the creation of pieces of jewellery. This is not the case for the Estonian group of artists ‘õhuLoss’, which means ‘Castle in the Air’. Its seven members make use of many organic materials in the design of objects which are on the border between applied and visual arts. They create confusing pieces of jewellery which appear to hover in time and space and play with these concepts. The lyrical creations of the seven artists evoke a past era, but their choice of materials is shocking enough to bring the viewer back to the present. The undisputed strength of the work lies in its suggestive power, which puts the viewer under its spell. The new Estonian jewellery of the ‘õhuLoss’ group probes itself, the world and life. It is a medium for communication without words, expressing the ambivalence of the modern attitude towards life. The young Estonian jewellery artists show that especially intelligent jewellery close to nature is very powerful. This jewellery reveals the human feelings of the wearer. The purpose of this jewellery, according to Kadri Mälk, lies in the quiet support of its wearers and in the discrete revelation of their identity. The group of artists ‘õhuLoss’ (Castle in the Air) from Estonia presents exciting and individualistic means of expression, which distinguish themselves refreshingly from familiar expectations of form in jewellery.

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Artists of ‘õhuLoss’: Villu Plink | Eve Margus-Villems | Kristiina Laurits | Piret Hirv | Katrin Sipelgas | Tanel Veenre | Kadri Mälk

Exhibition in the context of the European Capital of Culture Tallinn – Stories of the Seashore, 26.8. to 26.9.2011. Further information: www.tallinn2011.ee www.arnoldsche.com

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Karl Bollmann | Dieter Schrage

ELISABETH DEFNER EL Ma – Nature – Cosmos Man Jew Jewellery and Objects 248 ppages, 21 x 26 cm, ca. 200 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. Hardc US$ 8 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-353-1 Available: November 2011 Availa

Elisabeth Defner is one of Austria’s most prominent jewellery artists. Since nce her jewellery design studies at the Vienna Academy of Appliedd Arts at the beginning of the 1960s she has been working as an independent artist in Vienna, until 1976 cooperating with the jewellery artist Helfried Kodré in a workshop community. In 1967 she won the Bavarian State Award in Munich, in 1970 the Diamond-Award. Today her works are displayed in museums in eg. Vienna, Graz, Pforzheim, Cologne, Prague and Edinburgh. For Elisabeth Defner – who since 1990 bears the second name of Jesus Guennaibim – jewellery isn’t merely an aesthetic matter, but also especially a form of complementary healthcare for body, soul and spirit. The energy radiated from the metals and stones is in holistic harmony with the forms of the jewellery and can bring about an inner transformation of the wearer. Brooches, earrings, rings or pendants are combined with moulded gingko leaves, so that the beauty of the jewellery can merge idealistically with the magical effect of the plant. Defner’s magnetic jewellery of recent years also presents itself in the context of the incorporation of the hidden power of nature, with magnetic boxes and objects like magic wands and chess pieces.

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This publication presents the unique work of Elisabeth Jesus Guennaibim Defner – jewellery in a previously unknown style: a unity of man, nature and cosmos.

Exhibition at Galerie Slavik, Vienna, 20.10. to 12.11.2011. Further information: www.galerie-slavik.com www.arnoldsche.com

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Wilhelm Lindemann (ed.)

BERND MUNSTEINER Reflections in Stone 224 pages, 20 x 30.5 cm cm, 219 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. Second, revised edition. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-203-9 Available: September 2011

The fascinating nating art of engraving gemstones originated in the region of Idar-Oberstein there. It was here berstein and spread worldwide from there that the lapidary Bernd Munsteiner fundamentally revolutionised the cutting of gems. In the 1960s he was the first contemporary artist who began to use the aesthetic qualities of the naturally grown mineral as the focal point of his sculptural work. First it was agate and then transparent gemstones that were transformed into images, sculptures or jewellery. His concern was not to perfect the superficial shine of the mineral, but to make the ‘interior’ of the gemstone visible. His newly invented engraving styles called ‘Natural Movements’, ‘Inside Selecting’ or ‘Rhythm’ are characteristic of Munsteiner’s unusual treatment of gemstones. They open up previously unknown perspectives for the observer, magical gem ‘landscapes’ that become projections of the psyche. In recent years Munsteiner’s works emphasise the sculptural qualities of gemstones, which open up totally new dimensions of gemstone design. Spectacular sculptures like the ‘metamorphosis’ cycle made of an originally 580 kg block of crystallised quartz have given Bernd Munsteiner his international reputation as an extraordinary innovator of modern gemstone cutting.

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This publication leads the reader into Bernd Munsteiner’s world of gemstones. Striking pictures of his works show the phenomenon and the whole fascination of his ‘symbols of eternity’.

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SCHATZSUCHE MIT SCHMUCKI DER PERLSAU

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Cornelie Holzach | Katja Poljanac

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im Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim für Groß und Klein 80 pages, 26 x 28.5 cm, 85 colour illustrations, 20 graphics, 12 craft pages. Brochure with flaps. In German. US$ 40 | £ 20 ISBN 978-3-89790-351-7 Available: June 2011

The treasure hunt with Schmucki the pearl pig is a comprehensive children’s museum guide for young and old through the Jewellery Museum of Pforzheim. It contains many journeys of discovery for the whole family into the world of jewellery.

»Wie wurden Fibeln denn getragen?«

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Hier sitzt eine Fibel

Hier entlang verläuft die Nadel, die durch den Stoff gesteckt wird.

Armband Gold römisch | aus Pompeji oder Herkulaneum 1. Jh. n. Chr. Historische Sammlung | Erdgeschoss Wandvitrine 14

Malvorlage Hier findest du das Bild eines Römers zum Ausmalen: Er trägt einen Umhang, genannt »Lacerna«. Darunter hat er eine »Tunica« an.

Ausflugstipp Archäologischer Schauplatz Kappelhof Willst du mehr darüber erfahren, wie die Römer lebten, als sie noch in Pforzheim Station machten? Warum sie etwa zuhause keine kalten Füße bekamen, Angst vor dunklen Wäldern hatten oder Münzen in Brunnen warfen? Dann besuch‘ doch den Archäologischen Schauplatz Kappelhof! Dort kannst du auch mal ein Römergewand anprobieren und dir eine Fibel anstecken lassen.

»Wie findet man glitzernde Edelsteine?« Alles was bunt ist…

Malvorlage Hier findest du das Bild einer Römerin zum Ausmalen: Sie trägt ein »Stola« genanntes Kleid und darunter ebenfalls eine »Tunica«. Hätte sie noch einen Umhang um, würde sie diesen mit einer Fibel schließen.

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Auch Edelsteine werden tief aus der Erde gegraben, in Felsspalten gefunden oder beispielsweise aus Flüssen »gewaschen«. Das heißt, man durchsiebt mühsam den Schlamm aus Gewässern, bis man ein schönes Stück gefunden hat. Doch braucht man ein gutes Auge und viel Geduld. So mancher Stein sieht zunächst unauffällig aus und entfaltet seine farbige Leuchtkraft erst richtig, wenn er geschliffen wird. Die Steine haben fremdartig klingende Namen wie Saphir, Smaragd, Rubin… Ihnen wurden in früheren Zeiten magische Kräfte zugesprochen. So unterstellte man dem Diamanten, er schütze vor Feinden und Wahnsinn. Vom Saphir versprach man sich himmlisches Glück.

Arbeiter in Diamanten-Mine Cempaka Süd-Kalimantan | Borneo | Indonesien

Rohdiamant noch am Muttergestein haftend

Smaragd

Turmalin

Zirkonkristall

Aquamarin

Kristallformen

Ausflugstipp Edelstein- und Mineralienausstellung in den Schmuckwelten. Riesige Edelsteine in allen bunten Farben lassen sich dort bestaunen. Sie »wachsen«, wenn sie ungestört kristallisieren, in verschiedenen geometrischen Kristallformen. Vielleicht magst du versuchen, die vielen tollen Formen nachzuzeichnen?

»Warum nicht gleich auch tackern und kleben?« So mancher Goldschmied würde hier mit dem Kopf schütteln. Verwegen nehmen sich jedoch heutige Schmuckkünstler und -künstlerinnen ganz selbstverständlich alle Freiheiten.

Römerinnen waren dafür bekannt, dass sie sehr gerne viel Schmuck trugen. Den musst du natürlich auch hineinmalen! Dieses Armband hier war sehr beliebt. Schau dir in der Schmuckvitrine an, welche Schmuckstücke sie außerdem gerne mochten.

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Malvorlage Manche Edelsteine können in vielen bunten Farben vorkommen, wie diese Zirkone hier. Schnell ausgemalt, können sie hübsch glänzen in gelb, orange, violett, oder grün…

Bastelspiel Hinten im Buch findest du eine Bastelvorlage für eine Kristallform.

Diese Brosche von Iris Bodemer ist auf eine für frühere Goldschmiede ungewöhnliche Weise entworfen und hergestellt.

Brosche Iris Bodemer Pforzheim | 1997 Moderne Sammlung | Erdgeschoss Vitrine 149

Rätselstation 12 Erkennst du, welche Materialien die Künstlerin bei dieser Brosche benutzt hat? 1. _______________________________________________ 2. _______________________________________________ 3. _______________________________________________ Wer es genau wissen will! Bei ihren künstlerischen Entscheidungen überlegen heutige Künstler immer wieder neu, was Schmuck sein kann. Experimentierfreudig stellen sie bewusst gängige Wertvorstellungen und traditionelle Handwerkskunst in Frage. Ob edel oder unedel, teuer oder billig – entscheidend sind nicht mehr allein die Kostbarkeit der Materialien oder die handwerkliche Meisterschaft, sondern die künstlerische Idee und ihre stimmige Umsetzung.

4. _______________________________________________ 5. _______________________________________________

Ausflugstipp Kunstverein oder Pforzheim Galerie Willst du wissen, was alles in der freien Kunst los ist? Dann besuch’ doch öfters mal eine Kunstausstellung.

Ein Teil eines Gummihandschuhs ist auf ein Goldblech getackert, zwei grüne Klebestreifen sind auf die reichlich zerkratzte Goldoberfläche aufgebracht. So würde ein traditioneller Goldschmied nicht vorgehen. Nur der Edelstein, genannt Rubellit, ist auf eine übliche handwerkliche Weise gefasst.

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NEW _ JE WELL ERY – CHI LDREN’S MUSEUM G UIDE

The Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim, with its collection that is unique in the world, is a place of wonder and learning. The ‘treasure hunt with Schmucki’ provides many journeys of discovery for the whole family, accompanied by the pearl pig Schmucki who helps with her sensitive nose. Divided by thematic islands and stages, children learn in a playful way about the meaning of jewellery both in the past and still today as a magical protector, status symbol or in relation to other people. They thereby gain insight into the cultural life of various eras in different countries. The reading of the book doesn’t necessitate a visit to the museum, even at home one can go on a wonderful journey of discovery. This children’s museum guide is intended as a book that grows alongside the children, as it offers the reader stories and riddles with graded levels of difficulty to captivate them. These can be solved either alone or with the help of adults, depending on their age. They learn new concepts, discover worlds of symbols, can learn about working in a museum or can be inspired creatively. This museum guide is suitable as a picture book for reading out loud and it encourages interaction between children and adults with its fascinating questions. The treasure hunt also encourages independent explorations suitable for different age groups. The topic of jewellery is accompanied by craft projects and furthermore a timeline, a glossary and a red magnifying glass for decoding secret clues.

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Bengt Nyström

THE WHITE GOLD OF THE NORTH Rörstrand Art Nouveau Porcelain from Sweden 208 pages, 24.5 x 31 cm, 332 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-341-8 Available: July 2011

Margot Th. Brandlhuber | Michael Buhrs (ed.)

DIE JUGEND DER MODERNE Art Nouveau und Jugendstil Meisterwerke aus Münchner Privatbesitz Authors: Margot Th. Brandlhuber | Graham Dry | Martin Eidelberg | Alfred Ziffer 540 pages, 24.5 x 30.5 cm, 362 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In German.

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US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-338-8

Ulrich Pietsch

PASSION FOR MEISSEN The Said and Roswitha Marouf Collection 368 pages, 24.5 x 33 cm, 590 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 95 | £ 55 ISBN 978-3-89790-334-0

The wafer-thin petals and an underglaze colour palette with the finest nuances enabled the Rörstrand porcelain factory’s brilliant performances at the International Expositions in Paris in 1900 and in St Louis in 1904. The success was based on Rörstrand’s cooperation with the painter Alf Wallander, who combined underglaze painting with modelling characterised by openings. Each object was unique and modelled by hand. From then onwards Rörstrand could be compared to the important manufacturers like Königlich Kopenhagen and Bing & Grøndahl. Delicate free-formed relief and a jour decoration and finest underglaze painting helped establish the Rörstrand porcelain factory’s rise to international fame. With approximately 170 objects the publication shows outstanding examples of the Rörstrand production at the time of Art Nouveau.

In this publication more than 350 objects portray the wide spectrum of Jugendstil art, which created a ‘new style’ beyond all limitations of material and genre. Paintings, graphics and sculptures reflect the proclamation of a ‘new age’, as do furniture, textiles, works of bronze, silver, enamel, glass and ceramics. The aim was to lead art to a new unity and with its help to reform the life of a whole era. This publication captivates with the quality and uniqueness of Jugendstil treasures rarely seen before, with works by the most important European and some American artists, designers and manufacturers. These reveal impressively the whole dynamics of this movement: the merging of art and life. ‘It is not difficult to predict that this comprehensive volume will have a future as a standard reference work of Jugendstil literature’ Kunst und Auktionen, 22.4.2011

The publication of the Marouf Collection presents the magnificent art works of the Meissen porcelain manufactory and celebrates its multifarious artistic wealth. It provides a representative survey of the early creative period of the Meissen manufactory, especially in the area of painting, with outstanding works of art by Johann Gregorius Höroldt and his workshop. Also the small sculptural work of Johann Joachim Kaendler and co-workers is presented in detail. The diversity of the porcelain items chosen with care and collector’s passion is reflected in the some 600 reproductions of the nearly 200 art works. In the clear commentaries the individual characteristics and distinctive features of these works are vividly presented. This meticulously designed publication focuses on the artistic details of the masterpieces of Meissen porcelain.

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Wilhelm Lindemann (ed.)

THINKINGJEWELLERY On the Way Towards a Theory of Jewellery 352 pages, 17 x 25 cm, 110 illustrations in colour and 230 in black and white. Hardcover. In English. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-326-5

What is jewellery? This publication is dedicated to this question beyond disciplinary limits and established categories of craft or art, applied or liberal. It is concerned with exploring what constitutes jewellery, not what it looks like. ‘ThinkingJewellery’ presents a selection of lectures by the interdisciplinary international colloquium of the same name, which has been held since 2005 by the college FH Trier and the town of Idar-Oberstein. Every year jewellery designers, students and scientists meet there for a comprehensive discussion about the fundamentals of jewellery. A fascinating portrait of the mutual insemination of theoretical reflection and practical application. With this book we are on the way to a theory of jewellery, which positions it within the context of contemporary art and design.

SIGURD BRONGER Laboratorium Mechanum 216 pages, 19.5 x 28 cm, 155 illustrations in colour and 41 in black and white. Hardcover. In English, German and Norwegian. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-345-6

Barbara Maas | Wolfram Otto | Anna Schetelich

PETRA ZIMMERMANN Schmuck | Jewellery 128 pages, 21 x 28.5 cm, 193 illustrations in colour and 46 in black and white. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-346-3

With works from the 1980s to the present day, the book will carry you off into the humorous world of the amazing engineering art of Sigurd Bronger, one of the most significant Norwegian jewellery artists today.

The jewellery artist Petra Zimmermann has made a name for herself with her multifaceted playing with quotations and the intensive debate about questions such as the attraction, value and expiry date of material beauty. Her works convey the image of a virtuous artist who, unlike previous generations, is no longer fighting against conventions, but instead relishes playing critically and ironically with the given circumstances of an environment experienced as ever more complex. Petra Zimmermann is an exciting young jewellery artist who combines a variety of jewellery types, genres, ornaments and styles to create fascinating “hybrid jewellery”. The result is extravagant, profligate, baroque and hedonistic. Cheeky too, insouciant and radically luxurious. And wild. Beautifully wild.

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NE W U _PUBLI BIL DENDE CATI ONS KUNST FROM SP RING 2 01 1 _ JE WE L LERY

Jorunn Veiteberg | Cecilie Skeide

A propeller, a safety pin, a balloon, a key, a voltmeter – these objects rewrite the world of the Norwegian “jewellery engineer” Sigurd Bronger. He gives his fascination with machines and instruments free rein in his witty jewellery pieces, in which he transforms natural materials and everyday objects into ingenious and meticulously executed constructions. In his Laboratorium Mechanum, Bronger creates his inventive “wearable devices” – an entirely new form of expression at the interface of jewellery, art, design and engineering.

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Grotkamp-Schepers | Joppien |Schmitt | Spielmann | Weber-Stöber

MOLL Silver + Gold 184 pages, 24 x 28.5 cm, 114 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-347-0

Christianne Weber-Stöber (ed.)

SILVER TRIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL 16th worldwide competition 208 pages, 18 x 24 cm, 140 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German.

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US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-340-1

Barry Friedman (ed.)

MICHAEL GLANCY Infinite Obsessions 228 pages, 29 x 27 cm, 380 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-344-9

The objects made by the Hamburg silversmith Wilfried Moll are not spectacular – they are beautiful! They strive for the ideal shape and proportion, as proven by his extensive works encompassing silverware, cutlery and also jewellery. Important museums like the Museum of Modern Art in New York therefore admitted his works into their collections as ‘exemplary’. The publication presents for the first time the whole spectrum of works by the renowned silversmith Wilfried Moll. The juxtaposition with jewellery objects by Gerda Moll not only emphasises the timeless beauty of both oeuvres, but also shows their fruitful interaction within an artistic and life bond of almost 50 years. To share this is a great privilege – a ‘silver era’!

The ability to handle silver in a masterful and creative way is a ‘supreme discipline’ with a centuries old tradition. So as to keep giving this tradition new impulses, the Association for Goldsmiths’ Art holds the renowned ‘Silver Triennial International’. The works submitted from all over the world are distinguished by their high quality of craftsmanship, unusual material combinations and striking designs. This publication uses selected examples to present the most important developments in contemporary silversmith art. With the works of 83 international artists, ‘Silver Triennial International’ offers admirers of silverware a diverse overview over the current design of everyday objects. Contemporary silversmith art at the highest level!

Michael Glancy shapes glass using sandblasting and etching, and coats it by galvanising it with copper, silver or gold. He is fascinated by microscopic landscapes and translates cell structures and geological stratification into impressive sculptural objects. Grid-like structures are reminiscent of lines of longitude and latitude, whilst the organically curved objects allude to topographical undulations. This transformation and his interest in the natural sciences position Glancy’s work at the intersection of (meta) physics and conceptional art. Michael Glancy is one of the most significant representatives of studio glass in the United States. The publication presents his recent works, which are hailed for their graceful complexity, startling originality and beautiful craftsmanship by combining a variety of glass machining techniques and the electroform process.

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Quentin Roosevelt’s China

ANCESTRAL REALMS OF THE NAXI 200 pages, 23 x 30.5 cm, 198 illustrations in colour and 15 in black and white. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-343-2

Elena Tsareva

TURKMEN CARPETS Masterpieces of Steppe Art, from 16th to 19th Centuries The Hoffmeister Collection 192 pages, 24.5 x 32 cm, 185 colour illustrations, fold-out page. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English with German translation. US$ 95 | £ 55 ISBN 978-3-89790-342-5

Patricia Brattig | Petra Hesse (eds.)

ISTANBUL FASHION 336 pages, 24 x 30 cm, 326 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English, German and Turkish. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-339-5

The first comprehensive introduction to the more than 1000-year-old culture, art and religion of the Naxi, based on the unique collection of Quentin Roosevelt, the grandson of US President Theodore Roosevelt. With contributions showing the art of the Dongba, the Naxi language, history, culture and society, as well as the unique status of this art in Asia.

The Hoffmeister Collection is one of the highest quality and most comprehensive collections of classical and historical Turkmen knotted carpets in the world. The nearly 200 items from the 16th to the 19th centuries combine artistic class and historical meaning in a special way. This publication debates the extraordinary cultural, artistic and scientific value of these fascinating carpets and bags and takes you on a journey into the vanished world of the steppe peoples of central Asia. Discover the fascination of Turkmen knotted carpets with these masterpieces of the Hoffmeister Collection. Striking images and knowledgeable texts illustrate the cultural significance of the collection and the high scientific and artistic value of these examples spanning four centuries.

‘Metropolises make fashion’ – this is true of established fashion centres like Paris, London or Milan, as well as of Istanbul. The city on the Bosporus is a creative centre of the Turkish avant-garde: fashion, art, literature, music, film and design experience a lively interexchange here. This publication presents eleven internationally renowned labels and innovative newcomers of the contemporary Turkish fashion scene. Not only their designs are exciting, individual and modern, but also their realisation in fashion photography. Impressions of the city locate the fashion shootings in the inexhaustible inspirational cosmos of this city with its streets, markets, mosques and people. ‘Istanbul Fashion’ offers unique insight into the lively, western-orientated fashion scene in Turkey, with the background of the cultural poles and the individual positions of each fashion designer.

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Christine Mathieu | Cindy Ho (eds.)

At the intersection of the advanced civilisations of Tibet, China, South and Central Asia, the Naxi people in southwest China developed their own religion with a rich mythology and diverse rituals. A remarkable cultural achievement of the Naxi is their picture writing which still thrives today. Knowledge of this is monopolised by the Dongba – priests who are also doctors, scholars, craftsmen and artists – whose scroll painting, instruments and other ritual objects display close connections with the art of neighbouring regions.

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Axel Thallemer | Jens Reese

Axel Thallemer | Jens Reese

Christianne Weber-Stöber (ed.)

Grotkamp-Schepers | Joppien | Schmitt | Spielmann | Weber-Stöber

Visual Permutations The Creativity of the Moment

Scionic Purpose-driven Gestalt. The End of Design?

Silver Triennial International 16th worldwide competition

Moll Silver + Gold

240 pages, 235 colour illustrations. Swiss softback with interleaving pages: a book object. In English. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-313-5

456 pages, approx. 900 illustrations (many in colour). Softback in japanese binding. Book and text supplement in decorative slip case. In English. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-312-8

208 pages, 140 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-340-1

184 pages, 114 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-347-0

Florian Hufnagl | Rüdiger Joppien | Peter Schmitt

Cornelia Lund | Holger Lund (eds.)

Kai Buchholz | Justus Theinert

Hans-Theo Baumann art & design 1950–2010

audio•visual On Visual Music and Related Media

Designlehren Wege deutscher Gestaltungsausbildung

REFLEKTOR 2 Design Faculty Annual 2009 University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund Design Department

Diamonds and Bars The Art of the Amish People Quilts from the Schlumberger Collection

304 pages, 313 illustrations in colour and black and white. In English and German. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-323-4

320 pages, approx. 200 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book with DVD. In English and German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-293-0

424 pages, over 280 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In German. A special edition at a special price: US$ 40 | £ 20 (formerly US$ 75 | £ 45) ISBN 978-3-89790-272-5

176 pages, over 300 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-315-9

215 pages, 160 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 95 | £ 55 ISBN 978-3-89790-262-6

Florian Hufnagl (ed.)

JEWELLERY

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Fritz Falk

Serpentina The Snake in Jewellery Around the World

Liesbeth den Besten

ON JEWELLERY ARNOLDSCHE

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Oliver Herwig | Axel Thallemer

Oliver Herwig | Axel Thallemer

Fritz Falk

Liesbeth den Besten

Water | Wasser Unity of Art and Science

Air | Luft Unity of Art and Science

Serpentina The Snake in Jewellery Around the World

On Jewellery

296 pages, over 700 colour illustrations. A book object. In English and German. US$ 95 | £ 49.50 ISBN 978-3-89790-266-4

336 pages, approx. 400 colour illustrations. Hardback with air-bag. In English and German. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-214-5

256 pages, ca. 200 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-354-8 Available: November 2011

192 pages, ca. 150 colour illustrations. Flexo-Cover. In English. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-349-4 Available: November 2011

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SIGURD BRONGER L ABOR ATORIUM MECHANUM ARNOLDSCHE

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Bollmann/Schrage

Elisabeth Defner

im Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim für Groß und Klein

Man / Nature / Cosmos Jewellery and Objects Arnoldsche

Karl Bollmann | Dieter Schrade

Wilhelm Lindemann (ed.)

Cornelie Holzach | Katja Poljanac

Jorunn Veiteberg | Cecilie Skeide

Castle in the Air | õhuLoss Jewellery from Estonia

Elisabeth Defner Man – Nature – Cosmos Jewellery and Objects

Bernd Munsteiner Reflections in Stone

Schatzsuche mit Schmucki der Perlsau im Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim für Groß und Klein

Sigurd Bronger Laboratorium Mechanum

204 pages, ca. 100 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and Estonian. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-359-3 Available: August 2011

248 pages, ca. 200 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-353-1 Available: November 2011

224 pages, 219 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. 2nd, revised edition. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-203-9 Available: September 2011

80 pages, 85 colour illustrations, 20 graphics, 12 craft pages. Brochure with flaps. In German. US$ 40 | £ 20 ISBN 978-3-89790-351-7 Available: June 2011

216 pages, 155 illustrations in colour and 41 in black and white. Hardcover. In English, German and Norwegian. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-345-6

Barbara Maas | Wolfram Otto | Anna Schetelich

Vivienne Becker et al.

Petra Zimmermann Jewellery 1998–2010

Grossé + Bijoux Christian Dior Henkel & Grosse

Georg Dobler Schmuck | Jewellery 1980–2010

NOW Jewels by Norman Weber

Art Meets Jewellery 20 Years of Galerie Slavik, Vienna

128 pages, 193 illustrations in colour and 46 in black and white. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-346-3

192 pages, 346 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-335-7

208 pages, 164 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-330-2

144 pages, 120 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-331-9

200 pages, 218 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-332-6

Ellen Maurer Zilioli (ed.)

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Florian Hufnagl (ed.) Photographs by Ulrike Myrzik and Manfred Jarisch

Frenec Jádi

Wilhelm Lindemann (ed.)

Ellen Maurer Zilioli

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352 pages, 110 illustrations in colour and 230 in black and white. Hardcover. In English. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-326-5

144 pages, 133 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-328-9

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Florian Hufnagl (ed.)

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Gerd Rothmann Catalog raisonné 1967–2008

Zeitgeist A Century of Idar-Oberstein Costume Jewellery

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Chi ha paura …? Designers on Jewellery

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192 pages, approx. 104 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and French. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-295-4

152 pages, 74 colour and 38 black and white illustrations. Paperback. In English. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-297-8

Kadri Mälk (ed.) | With essays by Krista Kodres, Tanel Veenre et al.

Fritz Falk

Cornelie Holzach (ed.)

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Reinhold Ludwig

Just Must Black International Jewellery

Art Nouveau Jewellery from Pforzheim

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David Watkins Artist in Jewellery

Modern Jewellery Design Past and Present

216 pages, 130 colour and 10 blackand-white illustrations. Hardcover, cloth-bound. In English and Estonian. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-296-1

328 pages, approx. 700 illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-280-0

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Ulrich Haass (ed.) | With essays by distinguished art historians and journalists

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Sculpture to Wear The Jewelry of Marjorie Schick

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240 pages, 240 colour illustrations, catalogue of works with 475 reproductions of objects. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-258-9

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Gabriela Koschatzky-Elias | Carl Aigner (eds.)

Ellen Maurer Zilioli | Karl Bollmann | Wolfgang Prohaska

Barbara Maas | Peter van Kester

Ellen Maurer Zilioli | Karl Bollmann

Yvònne Joris | Ida van Zijl

Fritz Maierhofer jewellery and more!

Helfried Kodré Vedere l’invisibile

Herman Hermsen Jewellery, Light and More

Bruno Martinazzi L’oro e la pietra

Gijs Bakker and Jewelry Catalogue of Jewelry

224 pages, 250 illustrations in colour and black and white. Hardcover with half-linen cover. In English and German. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-245-9

96 pages, 167 illustrations in colour. Brochure with flaps. In English and German. US$ 45 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-239-8

64 pages with fold-out panels, plus 50 pages in a Japanese binding, 164 illustrations in colour and black and white. Brochure with flaps and lacquer varnishing. In English, Dutch and German. US$ 60 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-252-7

112 pages, 60 illustrations in colour. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 45 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-260-2

272 pages, 491 colour illustrations. Hardback. In English and Dutch. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-223-7

R. Fayet | F. Hufnagl (eds.) With photographs by Annelies ˇStrba

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Folchini Grassetto | Staal | Drutt

Bernhard Schobinger Jewels Now!

The Padua School Contemporary Jewellery

Friedrich Becker Jewellery. Kinetics. Objects. 2nd edition

Peter Skubic between

Robert Smit Empty House

184 pages, 240 illustrations in colour and folding plates. Hardback. In English and German. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-183-4

168 pages, 160 illustrations. Hardback with dust jacket. In English and Italian. US$ 75 | £ 39.50 ISBN 978-3-89790-202-2

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Kayserzinn Engelbert Kayser. Jugendstil Pewter from Cologne

Art Nouveau Documents Modern Applied Arts 1902–1908 With an introduction and commentated index by Horst Makus

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THE WHITE GOLD OF THE NORTH Rörstrand Art Nouveau Porcelain from Sweden ARNOLDSCHE

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Renate Eikelmann (ed.) | Michael Koch

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Julius Hoffmann (ed.)

Ulrich Pietsch

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Jugendstil aus Nürnberg Handwerk zwischen Kunst und Industriekultur

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Passion for Meissen The Said and Roswitha Marouf Collection

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496 pages, approx. 2,000 objects reproduced in black and white. Hardback with dust jacket. Introductory text by Horst Makus, in English and German. US$ 135 | £ 75 ISBN 978-3-89790-229-9

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Patricia Brattig (ed.)

Meissen Barockes Porzellan

Fired by Passion Viennese Baroque Porcelain of Claudius Innocentius Du Paquier

Dazzling Rococo Ludwigsburg Porcelain from the Jansen Collection

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1,432 pages in three volumes, over 2,000 colour illustrations. Cloth-bound in decorative slip case. US$ 275 | £ 195

336 pages, over 650 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In German. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-286-2

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Modern 20th-Century Ceramics Inventory catalogue of the Hinder/Reimers Collection

Ceramics – A Lifelong Passion Collection Peter Siemssen Foundation

Ceramics in Germany 1955 –1990 The Hinder / Reimers Collection

Lotte Reimers and Ceramic Art

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288 pages, 250 illustrations. Hardback. In German. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-925369-77-3

168 pages, 254 illustrations, with 177 in colour. Hardback with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 60 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-173-5

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Lippert | Spindler | Endres | Lippert

Horst Makus

Dieter Zühlsdorff

Carolus Hartmann

Barry Friedman (ed.)

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Ceramics of the 50s in Germany Shapes, Colours and Designs A Handbook

Ceramic Marks Encyclopedia 1885 –1935 Porcelain and Ceramics Report

Glass Marks Encyclopedia 1600 –1945 Signatures, Trademarks and Tradenames Europe and North America

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1,248 pages. More than 2,000 illustrations, 288 pages of facsimiles of sale catalogues, etc. Cloth with dust jacket. Two volumes in decorative slip case. In German. US$ 200 | £ 130 ISBN 978-3-89790-168-1

672 pages, approx. 700 illustrations in colour and 300 in black and white. 400 illustrations of signatures, extensive indices of model numbers. Hardcover. In German. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-220-6

Approx. 800 pages, over 9,000 marks reproduced, more than 2,000 artists’ biographies and firm documentation. Cloth-bound with dust jacket, slip case. Completely revised new edition US$ 275 | £ 170 ISBN 978-3-89790-206-0 Planned for 2012

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228 pages, 380 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-344-9

Barry Friedman | Janet Koplos | Attila Dorigato et al.

Marc Heiremans

Carlo Burschel | Heinz Scheiffele

Carlo Burschel | Heinz Scheiffele

Andries Dirk Copier Ideas in Glass: Unica and More

Dino Martens Muranese Glass Designer Catalogue of Work

WMF Ikora and Myra Glass from the 1920s to the 1950s

WMF Ikora Metalwork from the 1920s to the 1960s

468 pages, 634 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust-jacket. In English and French. US$ 85 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-303-6

200 pages, 125 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English (German translation enclosed as a CD). US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-299-2

204 pages, 498 illustrations, with 187 in colour. Hardback with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 145 | £ 90 ISBN 978-3-925369-94-0

200 pages, 150 illustrations and 163 illustrations from the original company catalogues. Hardback. In English and German. US$ 60 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-189-6

264 pages, 230 illustrations in colour and black and white and 300 illustrations taken from original company catalogues featuring thousands of metal objects. Hardback. In English and German. US$ 60 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-191-9

Rainer Haaff

W.-O. Bauer

Klaus Marquardt

Jochen Amme

Jochen Amme

Louis Philippe Furniture Middle-class Furniture of the Historicism

European Cutlery Design 1948 – 2000 The Bauer Design Collection

Eight Centuries of European Knives, Forks and Spoons An Art Collection

Historic Cutlery Changing Shapes from the Palaeolithic to the 20th century (AMME 2002)

Historic Cutlery II Supplement to AMME 2002

240 pages, more than 600 illustrations in colour and black and white. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. With market prices. A special edition at a special price: US$ 50 | £ 25 (formerly US$ 95 | £ 55) ISBN 978-3-89790-207-7

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672 pages, 450 colour plates. More than 1,000 illustrations of marks. Cloth with dust jacket in decorative slip case. In English and German. US$ 145 | £ 90 ISBN 978-3-89790-167-4

224 pages, 100 illustration plates. Hardcover with dust jacket. In German. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-89790-261-9

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Venice 3 Visions in Glass Cristiano Bianchin, Yoichi Ohira, Laura de Santillana

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FINE ARTS Helga Kessler Aurisch | Götz Czymmek et al.

Rita Selvaggio | Audun Eckhoff

Cecilie Malm Brundtland | Eva Furseth | Eivind Tjønneland

German Impressionist Landscape Painting Liebermann – Corinth – Slevogt

Ransve – Paintings 1962–2009

Ransve – Drawings 1961–2005

Bernhard Huber Transition Glass Projects

256 pages, 170 colour illustrations. Cloth-bound. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-321-0 (English edition) ISBN 978-3-89790-322-7 (German edition)

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636 pages, more than 1,400 drawings in colour. Hardcover (with screen print and blind blocking). In a decorative slip case with screen print. US$ 135 | £ 75 English: ISBN 978-3-89790-244-2 Norwegian: ISBN 978-3-89790-253-4

168 pages, 152 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English and German. US$ 60 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-269-5

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Dorothea Mink

Patricia Brattig | Petra Hesse (eds.)

Wayne Higby – EarthCloud

Anne Currier Sculpture

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Istanbul Fashion

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112 pages, 131 illustrations in colour. Brochure with flaps. In English and German. US$ 45 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-243-5

ca. 176 pages, ca. 100 illustrations. Brochure with flaps. In English and German. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-358-6 Available: September 2011

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Susanne Kümper (ed.)

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Michael Brix (text and photography)

Cairo Fashion Design

STYL Das Berliner Modejournal der frühen 1920er Jahre

Christian Dior and Germany: 1947 – 1957

Der absolute Garten André Le Nôtre in Versailles

224 pages, 278 illustrations in colour. Hardcover with original embroidery – every book a one-off! In English, German and Arabic. US$ 95 | £ 49.50 ISBN 978-3-89790-212-1 Planned for 2012

208 pages, 177 colour illustrations. Hardcover, cloth-bound, gold-tooled. In German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-316-6

270 pages, 214 colour illustrations. Silk cover with dust jacket. US$ 75 | £ 45 English: ISBN 978-3-89790-265-7 German: ISBN 978-3-89790-263-3

248 pages, 148 illustrations in colour. Hardback with dust jacket. In German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-241-1

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ASIAN AND AFRICAN ART

SYMBOLS ON CHINESE PORCELAIN 10.000 × Happiness ARNOLDSCHE

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RUBIN MUSEUM OF ART ⁄ ARNOLDSCHE ART PUBLISHERS

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Elena Tsareva

Frank Jolles

Symbols on Chinese Porcelain 10.000 x Happiness

Ancestral Realms of the Naxi Quentin Roosevelt’s China

Turkmen Carpets Masterpieces of Steppe Art, from 16th to 19th Centuries The Hoffmeister Collection

African Dolls The Dulger-Collection

240 pages, ca. 170 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English. US$ 95 | £ 49.50 ISBN 978-3-89790-350-0 Available: July 2011

200 pages, 198 illustrations in colour and 15 in in black and white. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-89790-343-2

192 pages, 185 colour illustrations, foldout page. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English with German translation. US$ 95 | £ 55 ISBN 978-3-89790-342-5

176 pages, 171 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-336-4

Martin Brauen

Wolf-Dieter Seiwert

Gisela Jahn

Patrizia Jirka-Schmitz

Patrizia Jirka-Schmitz

Mandala Sacred Circle in Tibetan Buddhism

Jewellery from the Orient Treasures from the Bir Collection

Meiji Ceramics The Art of Japanese Export Porcelain and Satsuma Ware 1868–1912

The World of Netsuke The Werdelmann Collection

Netsuke The Trumpf Collection

264 pages, 171 illustrations, most in colour. Hardcover with dust jacket. In English. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-305-0

320 pages, 342 colour illustrations. Hardcover with dust jacket. US$ 85 | £ 45 English: ISBN 978-3-89790-319-7 German: ISBN 978-3-89790-318-0

360 pages, 300 illustrations in colour, 180 signatures. Hardback with dust jacket in a decorative slip case. In English. US$ 135 | £ 80 ISBN 978-3-89790-197-1

352 pages, 638 illustrations in colour. Hardback with dust jacket, in a decorative slip case. In English. US$ 135 | £ 75 ISBN 978-3-89790-209-1

Vol. 1 (112 masterpieces): 288 p., 325 illus. US$ 75 | £ 45 ISBN 978-3-925369-88-9 Vol. 2 (inv. cat.): 416 p., 900 illus. and 342 signatures. US$ 135 | £ 80 ISBN 978-3-925369-90-2 Vols. 1 + 2 in a slip case: US$ 180 | £ 115 ISBN 978-3-925369-89-6

SOVJET AVANT-GARDE PHOTOGRAPHER Arnoldsche

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With texts by Matthias Bullinger, David Drake, Cindy Gates, Bettina Michel, Petra von Olschowski, Wiebke Ratzeburg, Winfried Stürzl

Ildar Galeev | Miron Penson

Cecilie Malm Brundtland

Gunter Klötzer (Portraits and Interviews) With essays by Alexander Osang and Simon Bieling

Max Penson Sovjet Avant-garde Photographer

Norwegian Art Photography 1970 – 2007

Germans in America Insights into a Friendship

Fotosommer Stuttgart 2010

176 pages, ca. 180 illustrations. Hardcover. In English, German and Russian. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-025-7 Available: October 2011

208 pages, 158 colour illustrations. Hardcover. US$ 75 | £ 45 English: ISBN 978-3-89790-021-9 Norwegian: ISBN 978-3-89790-022-6

256 pages, 62 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 70 | £ 35 ISBN 978-3-89790-023-3

140 pages, ca. 162 colour illustrations. Hardcover. In English and German. US$ 50 | £ 25 ISBN 978-3-89790-024-0

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