Book: Navajo spoons
Paperback - Brand New condition, still shrink-wrapped
By Cindra Kline
Illustrated with photographs of over five hundred spoons along with historical images, this book examines the production of silver spoons by Navajo artisans from the 1880s to World War II. The silversmiths brought the highest level of skill and invention to functional teaspoons, servers, and sugar shells, sought after by traders and travelers to the Southwest.
Copyright date: 2001