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American Modernist Jewelers & Silversmiths IX

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American Modernist Jewelers & Silversmiths
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Zahara Schatz jewelry Zahara Schatz
(1916-1999)

New York, NY
Israeli sculptor & maker of jewelry, lived in U.S. 1938-1953 and created innovative sculpture and jewelry made of clear plastic embedded with other materials to render abstract designs, no metal jewelry was known to be created, a brooch that is signed Schatz and often attributed to her is the design of her brother, Bezalel Schatz, noted Israeli painter


Pearl Schecter jewelry Pearl Schecter
(1903-1976)

New York, NY
jeweler & painter, studied metalwork with Adda Husted-Andersen, taught a NYU and Little Red School House, member: New York Society of Craftsmen


Pearl Schecter jewelry Mary Ann Scherr
(b.1921)

Kent, OH/New York, NY/Raleigh, NC
jeweler, developed metals program at Kent State in the 1950's, relocated to NYC in 1977, consultant at Reed & Barton, member: Society of North American Goldsmiths


Howard Schleeter jewelry Howard Schleeter
(1903-1976)

Albuquerque & Santa Fe, NM
active 1940s-1980s
jeweler, painter, WPA muralist, taught at the University of New Mexico, member: Art League of New Mexico


Christian F. Schmidt jewelry

Christian Schmidt
(1926-1974)

Minneapolis, MN
jeweler, exhibited: Walker Art Center (1955), American Jewelry and Related Objects (Rochester 1956), Brussels World's Fair (1958), work illustrated in "Contemporary Jewelry"(Philip Morton, 1970) & "Design & Creation of Jewelry" (Robert A. von Neumann 1972)


Ilya Schor jewelry Ilya Schor
(1904–1961)

New York, NY
Polish emigre (1941),painter, jeweler & sculptor, exhibited: Jewish Museum (1948), Yeshiva University Museum (1975 - retrospective)


Secrest, sterling Russell Secrest
(1935-2010)

Rochester, NY & Petoskey, MI
Handwrought and cast sterling modernist jewelry. Also kinetic sculptures in bronze and sterling. Secrest studied at the School for American Craftsmen at the Rochester Institute of Technology and later operated the Artisans Gallery in Petoskey.


Nancy Sherwood jewelry Nancy Sherwood
(1915–1991)

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
jeweler, exhibited: Wisconsin Designer/Craftsmen (1958)




H. Fred Skaggs
(1910-1983)

Scottsdale, Arizona
Active 1956-1983, a shop in the Lloyd Kiva Craft Center and his work influenced a number of Native American silversmiths including Charles Loloma


Joseph Skinger
(1911-1967)

Stowe, Vermont
active 1940s-1967


Israel Sklar jewelry Israel Sklar
(1923–2012)

Boston, MA / Provincetown, MA
jeweler, husband & partner to Phyliss Gold Sklar


Phyllis Sklar jewelry

Phyllis Sklar mark
Phyllis Sklar*
(1923-2010)

Boston, MA / Provincetown, MA
active 1950s-1990s

jeweler
*(marks previously attributed to Phyllis Jacobs)


OS, sterling

Olaf Skoogfors, sterling
Olaf Skoogfors
(1930-1975)

Philadelphia, PA
Handwrought and cast sterling modernist jewelry, some holloware & flatware. Studied - Philadelphia Museum School of Art and School for American Craftsmen in Rochester, NY. Established Philadelphia studio in 1959.


Art Smith jewelry Art Smith
(1917-1982)

New York, NY


Noble Smith jewelry Shirley Smith
(Noble Smith)
active c.1960s


Alexandra Solowij Watkins jewelry Alexandra Solowij Watkins
Boston
active c.1950s to present


stangren 18k

stangren 925
Stanley Stangren
(1928-2014)

New York, NY/Trenton, NJ
Active c1960-c1985
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Finnish Hallmarks
Swedish Hallmarks
German Hallmarks
French Hallmarks
Dutch Hallmarks
British Hallmarks Explained
World Hallmarks
American Silver Marks

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