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Metalsmithing and Jewelry

Resources for finding books and journal articles on metalsmithing and jewerly history, techniques, and metalsmiths and jewelers.

How to Find Books on Metalsmithing and Jewelry.

To Find Books on Metalsmithing and Jewelry

Go to the UNT Libraries home page: www.library.unt.edu. Choose the tab "Books & More"

Metalsmithing and Jewelry search examples (keyword):
Metalsmith and Jeweler search:  Butt, Harlan; Lalique, Rene (last name, first name)
Topic search:  Art Jewelry; Cloisonne; Fabrege AND History, Rings AND History
Technique search:  Jewelry AND Technique; Enameling AND Technique
Object search: Fabrege egg, mourning jewelry, reliquary


Like to Browse the Shelves of Metalsmithing and Jewelry books on the 3rd floor of the Willis Library?
Here are some call number ranges:


NK6400 - NK8460: Metalwork and Jewelry in general
TS700's: Contemporary Jewelry
TT200 - TT900: Jewelry Techniques

To Find More Books Published on Your Topic

Use the World Catalog to find additional books and other materials published on your topic that are not owned by the UNT Libraries. The World Catalog contains more than 35 million records describing items owned by libraries around the world. You may request any books without the UNT Libraries logo beside them by clicking on the "UNT Interlibrary Loan" link within the book's record, and then input your UNT Interlibrary Loan username and password.

*If accessing off campus, you will be asked for an EUID and EUID password.


Borrowing Books and Other Materials from Other Libraries

*Books not owned by the UNT Libraries may be requested to be borrowed through 
our borrowing program Inter-Library Loan.

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Metalsmithing and Jewelry Entrepreneurship Books

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