Attleboro, MA (PRWEB) January 13, 2007
In a continuing effort to make the Guyot Brothers jewelry findings website ever more useful and inspiring, the company has added a jewelry book review section, which includes books on subjects ranging from jewelry designers to jewelry history, identifying vintage jewelry to jewelry making.
"Many benefits await those who find themselves in this online resource. We hope it will prove helpful to anyone wanting more information about jewelry and the many dynamic facets of its industry. The casual browser, a jewelry designer, collector, or student researching a jewelry history project will appreciate its extensive reach into the jewelry world," stated Andrea Guyot Twombly, Vice-President of the fourth-generation jewelry findings manufacturing company. "Teachers will also find the reviews helpful for instruction. They can be used as examples of professionally written reviews for their middle school or high school students to refer to as part of a research or writing project."
Twombly also stated that this will be an ongoing extension of the Guyot website, so bookmarking it and visiting regularly will reward the reader with new reviews. "The long history of jewelry manufacturing is full of drama, intrigue, and creative energy as well as old-fashioned hard work," Mrs. Twombly added. "As a 102 year old company, we have a unique vantage point and are pleased to offer this resource."
The Jewelry Book Shelf can be found at http://www.guyotbrothers.com/jewelry-bookshelf/The-Jewelry-Bookshelf.htm
Anyone who would like to contribute a jewelry book review to the site is welcome to contact the company. Here are a few of the titles which have current reviews:
Bejeweled...Great Designs Celebrity Style, by Penny Proddow and Marion Fasel
Fashions of the Roaring 20's, by Ellie Laubner
Rhinestone Jewelry: A Price and Identification Guide 1920-1940, by Leigh Leshner
About Guyot Brothers
Located in Attleboro, Massachusetts, the Birthplace of the Jewelry Industry in America, Guyot Brothers continues to manufacture their high-quality line of stamped brass jewelry findings, including filigree, charms, floral, and other decorative items. For viewing the line in person, the company maintains a showroom at their factory in Attleboro.