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Anna Hu : symphony of jewels : opus 2 / introduction Janet Zapata with Sarah Davis ; text by Sarah Davis ; foreword by François Curiel.

By: Hu, Anna.
Contributor(s): Zapata, Janet [writer of introduction.] | Davis, Sarah, 1980- [writer of text.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, New York : Vendome Press, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 191 pages : colour illustrations ; 34 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780865653412; 0865653410.Other title: Symphony of jewels.Subject(s): Hu, Anna | Women jewelers | Artist-designed jewelry | Jewelry -- Design -- 21st centuryDDC classification: 739.27092 Summary: In this, the second volume of a projected multivolume series, jewelry designer Anna Hu presents a carefully curated selection of exceptional pieces created over the past five years. Born in Taiwan, Hu was trained as a concert cellist. After receiving degrees in jewelry design at New York{u2019}s FIT, the history of decorative arts at Parsons, and arts administration at Columbia University, she apprenticed at Christie{u2019}s jewelry department, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Harry Winston. In 2007, she opened Anna Hu Haute Joallerie, specializing in one-of-a-kind jewelry executed by French ateliers using the rarest stones in the world. In Symphony of Jewels: Opus 2, renowned jewelry historian Janet Zapata surveys the impressive trajectory of Hu{u2019}s career and looks to her future as one of the brightest diamonds in the world of contemporary fine jewelry design.
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In this, the second volume of a projected multi-volume series, jewellery designer Anna Hu presents a carefully curated selection of exceptional pieces created over the past five years. Born in Taiwan, Hu was trained as a concert cellist. After receiving degrees in jewelry design at New York's FIT, the history of decorative arts at Parsons, and arts administration at Columbia University, she apprenticed at Christie's jewelry department, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Harry Winston. In 2007 she opened Anna Hu Haute Joallerie, a French-Chinese fine jewelry brand specializing in one-of-a-kind jewelry executed by French ateliers using the rarest stones in the world. In Symphony of Jewels: Opus II, Janet Zapata surveys the impressive trajectory of Anna Hu's career and looks to her future as one of the brightest diamonds in the world of contemporary fine jewelry design.

Includes index.

In this, the second volume of a projected multivolume series, jewelry designer Anna Hu presents a carefully curated selection of exceptional pieces created over the past five years. Born in Taiwan, Hu was trained as a concert cellist. After receiving degrees in jewelry design at New York{u2019}s FIT, the history of decorative arts at Parsons, and arts administration at Columbia University, she apprenticed at Christie{u2019}s jewelry department, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Harry Winston. In 2007, she opened Anna Hu Haute Joallerie, specializing in one-of-a-kind jewelry executed by French ateliers using the rarest stones in the world. In Symphony of Jewels: Opus 2, renowned jewelry historian Janet Zapata surveys the impressive trajectory of Hu{u2019}s career and looks to her future as one of the brightest diamonds in the world of contemporary fine jewelry design.