Jewellery Studies Past Printed Issues

Jewellery Studies was published in hard copy from 1983-2012, and is now published electronically.
To access all electronic papers (members only), or to download a free pdf of any article in past issues of JS, please click here.
To buy a copy of a past printed issue of JS, click here.

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 12 (2012)

Julia Kagan. Homage to her 80th Birthday. Ingrid S. Weber. p.5

List of Publications on the History of Western European and Russian Glyptic Arts. Julia Kagan. p.8

On the Authorship and Dating of a Two-sided Cameo with a Portrait of Cosimo III Medici in the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. Julia Kagan. p.15-21

Three Royal Swords emerge from the Past. Leslie Southwick. p.22-39

The Stuart Jewels - Their Travels and Travails. Stephen J. Patterson. p.40-54

Dacian Gold Treasures from Transylvania. Barbara Deppert-Lippitz. p.55-66

The Victorian Passion for Peasant Jewellery. Jane Perry. p.67-84

A Chronicle of the "Three Brothers" jewel between 1623 and c.1644. David Humphrey. p.85-92

A Creative Journey. Dorothy Hogg. p.93-102

Maharajas, Pearls and Oriental Influences: Jacques Cartier's Voyages to the East in the Early Twentieth Century. Francesca Cartier Brickell. p.103-116

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 11 (2008)

Tribute to Hugh Tait (1927 - 2005). Founder and Past President of the Society of Jewellery HistoriansPhilippa Glanville. p.5

Hugh Tait: List of Publications. p.7

Tribute to Kenneth Snowman (1920 - 2002). Past President of the Society of Jewellery Historians. Charles Truman. p.11

Bronze Age Penannular Gold Rings from the British Isles: Technology and Composition. Nigel D. Meeks, Paul T. Craddock & Stuart P. Needham. p.13-30

The case of the "Chinese" Rubies. Christopher Cavey & Nigel Israel. p.31-33

John Northam, Goldsmith, Jeweller and Boxmaker. Leslie Southwick. p.34-45

Written Sources on the History of Goldsmithing Techniques from the Beginnings to the End of the 12th Century. Jochem Wolters. p.46-66

David Watkins: Personal Perspectives. Lecture given to the Society of Jewellery Historians in 2001. David Watkins. p.67-79

About Alfred André (1839 - 1919). Francisca Constantini Lachat. p.80-82

Two Crowns made by Omar Ramsden for Our Lady's Statue in the new Westminster Cathedral. Clare Lloyd Jacob. p.83-90

A Group of Mourning Rings. Simon Bendall. p.91-103

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 10 (2004)

Foreword. Sheikh Nasser Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah. p.5

The Jewelled Objects of Hindustan. Assadullah Souren Melikian-Chirvani. p.9-32

A Splendid Harmony: Mughal Jewellery and Dress. Jennifer Scarce. p.33-40

Jewels for the Great Mughal: Goa a centre of the Gem Trade in the Orient. Nuno Vassallo e Silva. p.41-51

The Sublime Thrones of the Mughal Emperors of Hindustan. Susan Stronge. p.52-67

Non-Imperial Mughal Sources for Jades and Jade Simulants in South Asia. Stephen Markel. p.68-75

Mughal Arms and the Indian Court Tradition. Robert Elgood. p.76-98

The Enamel Road, from Sienna, Paris, London and Lisbon, leads to Lucknow. Manuel Keene. p.99-126

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 9 (2001)

The Creation of the Cartier Collection. Eric Nussbaum. p.7-28

Cartier in the Nineteenth Century. Judy Rudoe. p.29-50

The Chinese Inspiration in Cartier's Work. Carol Michaelson. p.51-64

Cartier and the East. Susan Stronge. p.65-77

The Taste for `barbaric splendour': Daisy Fellowes and her `Hindu' Necklace. Judy Rudoe. p.79-94

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 8 (1998)

The All Souls' Jewel: the enameller's art, deliberate or accidental tinting? S.G.E Bowman & C.P. Stapleton. p.5-10

Valerio Belli and after: Renaissance gems in the British Museum. Dora Thornton. p.11-20

Edwin Streeter; further research. Patrick Streeter. p.21-26

The Guilton brooch: the earliest medieval cloisonné enamel in western Europe? A Middleton, F Shearman, C Stapleton, S Youngs, D Buckton. p.27-36

'Medius liquidis astris': Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces on Graeco-Roman amulets. Dimitris Plantzos. p.37-48

Niello before the Romans. Susan La Niece. p.49-56

The manufacture of ancient beaded wire: experiments and observations. Niamh Whitfield. p.57-86

A Byzantine gold collar from Assiût: a technological study. Barbara Niemeyer. p.87-96

Robert Abraham Phillips and his family. Betty E Powe. p.97-103

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 7 (1996)

The myth of the Timur Ruby. Susan Stronge. p.5-12

Work of Thorns. Vivienne Farmer. p.13-36

The pearl in classical jewellery. Jack Ogden. p.37-42

Edwin Streeter's pearling expeditions. Patrick Streeter. p.43-46

Contemporary pearl jewellery. Jane Sarginson. p.47-48

The 'incredulity of St Thomas' jewel (pre-1837) and related fakes prior to Vasters. Hugh Tait. p.49-56

Jewellery and the Gododdin poem. Craig Cessford. p.57-62

The recognition and nomenclature of quartz materials with specific reference to engraved gemstones. Margaret Sax. p.63-72

A rediscovered gem collection in Bath. Gertrud Seidmann. p.73-77

The jewellery of James V, King of Scots. Rosalind Marshall. p.79-86

Lost and found. Jack Ogden. p.87-88

News about Marchant. Gertrud Seidmann. p.89

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 6 (1993)

Jewellery from Kiev. Patricia Griffin. p.5-18b

The Portuguese gem trade in the sixteenth century. Nuno Vassallo e Silva. p.19-28

The "Libres de Passantia" of the silversmiths of Barcelona (16th -19th centuries). Margarita Tintó. p.29-36

Stephen Twycross, London jeweller, and his American patrons. Martha Gandy Fales. p.37-41

The jewellery of Janet Payne Bowles. W Scott Braznell with B Shifman. p.43-52

Dutch costume jewellery in the early twentieth century. Annelies Krekel-Aalberse. p.53-57

Self portrait. Jacqueline Mina. p.59-66

Some 'cross pendants of the eastern Awelimmiden Tuareg of Niger'. Mark Milburn. p.67-72

Granulation and a Greek astronaut. Jack Ogden. p.73-74

A pair of Islamic gold bracelets reunited. Paul Jett. p.74-76

Some eighteenth & nineteenth century jewellery alloys. Jack Ogden. p.77-79

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 5 (1991)

Reynold Alleyne Higgins, MA, LittD, FBA, FSA. Elizabeth Goring. p.5

Etruscan and other early gold wire from Italy. Judith Swaddling, Andrew Oddy and Nigel Meeks. p.7-21

The early bejewelled Lady of the Acropolis. Richard Nicholls. p.23-28

Colour Questions. John Boardman. p.29-31

Classical gold finger-rings in the British Museum. D Bailey. p.33-41

The significance of double-row granulation from Palestrina. Robert Baines. p.43-48

Antique gems in Roman Britain. Martin Henig. p.49-54

Some unpublished jewellery from Roman Britain. Catherine Johns. p.55-64

Technological characteristics of Roman enamels. J Henderson. p.65-76

Lady from Miletopolis. D Williams, V Tatton-Brown, S Walker. p.77-83

Pendants for eunuchs. I Jenkins. p.85-93

Classical gold wire: some aspects of its manufacture and use. Jack Ogden. p.95-105

Alessandro Castellani's letters to Henry Layard (revival of granulation). Judy Rudoe. p.107-119

A most remarkable cameo. Charlotte Gere. p.120-122

A collection of casts from gems depicting famous men in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.Gertrud Seidmann. p.123-126

Charles Locke Eastlake as a designer of jewellery.Diana Scarisbrick. p.127

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 4 (1990)

Late antique jewellery: pierced-work and hollow beaded wire. Jack Ogden and Simon Schmidt. p.5-12

Round wire in the early Middle Ages. Niamh Whitfield. p.13-28

Goldsmith's work at the court of Süleyman the Magnificent. Rachel Ward. p.29-32

The Choschen presented by the Jews of Prague to Kaiser Rudolf II. Ann Swersky. p.33-35

Roman jewellery of the 17th to early 19th centuries. Stefano Aluffi Pentini. p.37-45

A sapphire cameo portrait of `Madame'. Gertrud Seidmann. p.47-51

Roman gem engravers in the 18th and 19th centuries. L Pirzio Biroli Stefanelli. p.53-58

The `Lombard Treasure' 1930-1990. Dafydd Kidd. p.59-71

Wendy Ramshaw, artist jeweller. Wendy Ramshaw. p.73-83

Queen Mary and the New College jewel. Diana Scarisbrick. p.84

Garter rings. Edward Donohoe. p.84-85

Jewels of the Second Empire: 3 pieces in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Clare Le Corbeiller. p.85-87

The design book of Fabergé's jewellery. Marina Lopato. p.88

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 3 (1989)

Joining techniques in ancient gold jewellery. A Duval, C Eluere and L Hurtel. p.4-13

A comparison of recent analyses of British late Bronze Age goldwork with Irish parallels. D Hook and S Needham. p.15-24

Romano-British plate brooches: composition and decoration. J Bayley and S Butcher. p.25-32

Composition & construction of a Byzantine torc. M Hockey. p.33-39

The "Sternsee jewel": is Lady Charlotte Schreiber's `greatest trouvaille' a fake? Hugh Tait. p.41-47

From oroide to platinageld: imitation jewellery in the late 19th century. Judy Rudoe. p.49-72

Edward Everett Oakes (1891-1960): a master craftsman from Boston, Mass. Edith Alpers. p.73-79

Elizabeth Barrett Browning and her dove mosaic brooch.Diana Scarisbrick. p.80-81

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 2 (1985)

Recent discoveries of Western Asiatic jewellery. K Maxwell-Hyslop. p.2-10

Roman double finger-rings. C S Lightfoot. p.11-22

The Oxwich brooch. J M Lewis. p.23-28

The "tablet" and the girdle-prayerbook at the Renaissance court of Henry VIII. Hugh Tait. p.29-57

An English gem-engraver's life: Nathaniel Marchant (1739-1816). Gertrud Seidmann. p.58-63

The mayoral chain of Flint, North Wales: a rare appearance of the "archaeological style" in civic regalia. Judy Rudoe. p.65-72

A mourning ring of 1690. Claude Blair. p.73

JS Cover

Jewellery Studies Volume 1 (1983-4)

A Phoenician earring: a scientific examination. W.A.Oddy, N.D.Meeks and J.M.Ogden. p.3-13

The beauty of holiness: opus interrasile from a Late Antique workshop. David Buckton. p.15-19

Ottonischer Fibelschmuck, neue Funde und Überlegungen. Hiltrud Westermann-Augerhausen. p.20-36

Daniel between the lions: a new sardonyx cameo for the British Museum. Paul Williamsonp.37-40

Jewish marriage rings. Gertrud Seidmann. p.41-44

A late medieval love jewel. John Cherry. p.45-47

Mughal jewellery. Sue Stronge. p.49-53

Royal Wedding jewellery, 1863. Diana Scarisbrick. p.55-58

The Layards, Cortelazzo and Castellani: new information from the diaries of Lady Layard. Judy Rudoe. p.59-82