An appreciation of ethnic jewellery and adornment
I have suddenly realised that it is the 22nd (in Australia at any rate!), and that I have been doing a lot of posting here, with very little time for it now left, as I have a lot "on hand" (including research on English literature to complete fairly quickly). I wish to thank all those who have expressed their appreciation of my posts and private correspondence. Your support has been most heartening, and I am very grateful to those who express their appreciation for all the hard work Truus…Continue
Reaction from a happy buyer and reviewer:
"Once I had seen the book in person and talked to Truus and Joost, it was just inevitable that I would want to buy a copy for myself."
Christine Mole, reviewing the book on pp. 4-5 of the quarterly magazine *Connect*, issue 19, December 2011. For more info on the book please go to…Continue
My wife Truus Daalder's book *Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment* makes, it is widely agreed, an excellent Christmas present. The book has - without exaggeration - been hugely acclaimed as path-breaking, not only because of the great many excellent pieces shown in one large volume (420 pages, including more than 700 large photos), but also because it is the only profusely illustrated wide-ranging book on ethnic jewellery that offers extensive comments on the cultures from which the pieces come,…Continue