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Design for Turquoise Pendant



Design for Turquoise Pendant
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Title: Design for Turquoise Pendant
Description: A hand colored drawing, on grey cardboard, of a design for a "Pendant for Matrix Turquoises." The matrix is the very dark veining on the stones. The oval stones are shown mounted independently in gold settings, linked together and suspended from a chain. The drawing is also stamped "F. Hotz 1305-F."

Image ID: 105961
Creation
Date:
1930 ca.
Creator
Name:
Hotz, Ferdinand
City, State: Chicago, Illinois
Collection
Name:
Hotz, Ferdinand : Photographs, 1900-1998
Genre: Drawing
Additional
Information:
Scanned from the original drawing in the collection of Mary Uhl. The drawings were used by jeweler Ferdinand Hotz to solicit orders from clients.
Subjects: Marketing
Jewelry making
 

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