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John Cotton Dana. Newark, N.J., Newark Museum Association, 1919. Available?
Kings of Jewelry. Ulysses Dietz [Curator of Decorative Arts at the Newark Museum] speaks about Newark's emergence between 1830 and 1850 as the greatest center of fine gold jewelry production in the United States. Filmed at the New Jersey Historical Society in Newark, New Jersey on February 2, 2012. DVD Available?
The Glitter and the Gold: Fashioning America's Jewelry.
Ulysses Grant Dietz. Newark, N.J., Newark Museum, 1997.
Published to accompany a Newark Museum exhibit (May 7-November 2, 1997) on the development of Newark as a center for the design and production of gold and silver jewelry designed primarily for the new affluent middle class. Available?
"Beaux-arts Jewelry Made in Newark, New Jersey,"
Ulysses Grant Dietz and Janet Zapata. Magazine Antiques 151, April 1997, 592-599. Available?
Emily K. Rebmann, Thesis (M.A.), University of Delaware, 2015.
"The case study presents an in-depth history of the men's jewelry produced and disseminated by Krementz & Company, a prolific but understudied Newark, New Jersey manufacturing firm...The author contextualizes men's jewelry within the larger social, material, and technological constructs of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, utilizing social history, material culture history, business history, and biography to achieve a deeper understanding the significance that men's jewelry had to those who wore it and those who designed and manufactured it."