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Filigree : a migrant metal practice

Brice{u00F1}o, Ximena Natanya

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In the context of visual arts, more specifically, gold and silversmithing, this Sub thesis discusses and contextualizes, silver filigree objects and jewellery produced in Peru from the 18th to early 21st century. There is an assumption that silver filigree developed in Peru was a consequence of Spanish colonisation; however this research demonstrates the origins of filigree in Asia and Europe, and how it was disseminated before coming to the Americas. The purpose of this research is to find how...[Show more]

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Type: Thesis (PhD)
Thesis (PhD) - Exegesis
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/150321

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