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Unformatted text preview: VIS 21A 11/27/07 Tuesday, Week Nine-Southwest jewelry and aesthetics-Santo Domingo-Zuni terms-Ts’oya – beauty-Attanni – dangerous-Hopi terms-Lolma – beautiful, proper, good-hopi vs. gahopi – not hopi-Mosaic-Turquoise-Red coral or spiny oyster shell-abalone shell-jet-mother of pearl-Zuni styles – row, cluster, channelwork, mosaic inlay, pettipoint, needle point-Bezel – silver setting for a stone-Solder – molten metal paste-Fetish – stone (usually animal) believed to house a spirit Charles Loloma – Hopi jeweler – “height” bracelets with inlay-Stone fetishes representing birds, animals-Necklace – turquoise carved in – blue/green = water, contrast to red – symbolic of red-white disk shaped beads – white seashell-Santo Domingo – copied styles-Turquoise necklace with coral inlay-Fetish necklace – bird-Navajo – combined with silver – adapted from Hispanic settlers-Navajo loved the sheen of silver – made out of sheen of Mexican peso, sheet silver after railroads...
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- Fall '07
- Jewellery, inlay -Fetish necklace, molten metal paste, spiny oyster shell, spirit Charles Loloma, dangerous -Hopi terms