Cincinnati Silver: 1788-1940

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Product Details

Price
$100.00  $92.00
Publisher
Giles
Publish Date
Pages
416
Dimensions
9.3 X 1.5 X 11.2 inches | 4.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781907804113
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About the Author

Amy M. Dehan, Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, Cincinnati Art Museum. Dehan joined the Cincinnati Art Museum in 2001, aiding in the development and implementation of the Art Museum's Cincinnati Wing, which opened in 2003. she was the curator for The Art of Sound: Four Centuries of Musical Instruments at CAM in 2012.

Reviews

"A vital source for scholars, collectors and enthusiasts of American silver, as well as those interested in American material culture and the development of Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century commerce"-Hollie Davis, Antiques And The Arts Weekly

"This well-researched and well-written book will be an invaluable resource for years to come"-Maine Antique Digest

"Offers a glimpse into the dazzling history of silver in the Queen City"- artdaily.org

"As a serious student of American silver for over thirty years, I am well aware of the importance of Cincinnati as a center for the production of fine and artistic silver from the time of its founding. Cincinnati Silver, 1788-1940 will add a significant chapter to the history of this noble metal in America"--Donald L. Fennimore, Curator emeritus, Winterthur Museum

"Amy Dehan's study of Cincinnati silver is a significant addition to the growing body of work on Midwestern decorative arts. Beyond just a book about silver, Dehan uses that silver to tell the complex and fascinating story of the development of one of America's most important cities"--Andrew Richmond, Vice President, Garth's Auction