New York: Walter Neale, 1928. First edition. Henry Mercer’s Ghost Stories, 1928, in Dust Jacket. A sharp copy... Read More about November Night Tales. A Book of Short Stories
1761. An invoice for whitening, ceiling repair, spotting, mending an oven; docketed for Mr. Waine's account on verso. Read More about Account for Painting "1761. Mr. William Waine to Thomas Etheridge, Dr;..."
probably Dutch: mid 18th century. 18th Century Silver Flexible Fish. A charming and curious work. The sole-like fish, its body engraved and chased, is hinged at the head, which opens to reveal a perfume container; the tail, indecipherably hallmarked, is composed of six jointed segments, giving it a naturalistic flexibility..... Read More about Silver perfume holder in the form of a fanciful fish with red stone eyes and articulated tail
Istanbul: Milli Egitim Basimevi, . First edition. Read More about Les Arts Decoratifs Turcs
Paris: Éditions Charles Moreau, [c. 1929]. Contains 50 photogravure plates of modernist and Art Deco stained glass, designs and installations, with work by Barillet, Chanson, Gruber, Jeannin, Puhl and Wagner, van Doesburg, et al. The series L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui was originally printed in 15 volumes, with the first two volumes..... Read More about L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui. Vol. 10. Le Verre
London: Sampson Low, (1924). Second edition, one of 1000. Read More about George Baxter. The Picture Printer
[Wheathold Green, Hampshire]: Crosby Press, 1973. Revised edition of 1970 exhibition in Hamburg. Read More about Carperts of Central Asia. Edited by J.M.A. Thompson
[Boston]: Massachusetts Society of the Colonial Dames of America, 1921. First edition. Read More about American Samplers
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Company, 1899. First edition. Read More about English Embroidered Bookbindings
Paris: Éditions d'art Charles Moreau, 1929. Contains images of Art Deco interiors from 1929 designed by Renaudot, Couallier, Enlinger, Jallot, Joubert et Petit, Kohlmann, Leleu, Rou et Guénot, Rapin, and more. Read More about Intérieurs au salon des artistes décorateurs 1929
Springfield, Mass: Pond-Ekberg Company, (1947). Memorial (Second) Edition. Read More about Early American Decoration. A Comprehensive Treatise revealing the technique involved in the art...
Santa Fe: School of American Research, . First edition. Read More about Mimbres Painted Pottery
New Haven, Connn: Published for the Yale Art Gallery by the Yale University Press, 1970. First edition. Read More about American Silver. Garvan and Other Collections in the Yale Art Gallery. Volume I : New England. ...
Amsterdam: Compagnie Générale d’Editions “Vivat”, 1909. First Edition. Handsome set of this encyclopedic, standard work. Read More about La Céramique Hollandaise. Historie des Faïences de Delft, Haarlem, Rotterdam, Arnhem, Utrecht...
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1924. First American edition. Read More about The Old-World House. Its Furniture & Decoration
London: Bell and Daldy, 1873. First edition. Read More about Two Centuries of Ceramic Art in Bristol. Being a History of the Manufacture of “The True...
Paris: Vincent, Freal et Cie, 1930. First edition. The plates— divided into two parts— depict a range of Art Deco room sets designed by prominent designers such as Dunand, Ruhlmann, Leleu, Prinz, and Goult. Read More about Le XXeme salon des artistes decorateurs
London: G. Bell, 1913. First edition. Read More about Old English China
New York: (The De Vinne Press) for Parish-Watson, 1917. First Edition. An annotated catalogue of 162 items mostly from the collection of H. A. E. Jaehne, with some peices from Adolphe Grosjean's collection. There is also an introduction that gives historical context along with information about the art itself... Read More about Chinese Pottery of the Han, Tang and Sung Dynasties. Owned and Exhibited by Parish-Watson &...
Paris: Éditions d'Art Charles Moureau, n.d. Printed c. late 1920s, with examples of art deco ironwork by Robert, Piguet, Subes, Schenck, Schwartz-Hautmont, Delion, Szabo, and others. Read More about La Ferronnerie Moderne
Paris: Éditions d'Art Charles Moureau, n.d. Printed c. 1927, with examples of art deco ironwork by Brandt, Desvallieres, Spiri, Schwartz-Hautmont, Laffillée, Bergue, Piguet, Subes, Schenck, Nics Frères, and others. Read More about La Ferronnerie Moderne. 2me Série
Paris: Éditions d'Art Charles Moureau, n.d. Printed in the early 1930s, with examples of art deco ironwork by Subes, Schenck et Fils, Poillerat, Bergue, Le Bourgeois, Piguet, Szabo, and others. Read More about La Ferronnerie Moderne. Nouvelle Série
Paris: Editeur Charles Massin, n.d. Art deco interior design. Includes interior designs by some of the leading designers of the art deco period, including: Groult, Mallet-Stevens, Bagge, Jourdain, Dufrene, Ruhlmann, et al. Read More about Le style moderne dans la décoration intérieure
Paris: D. Morgand & C. Fatout, 1878. First edition, one of 10 copies on Whatman paper, "avec tirages successifs d'un chromo", in a total edition of 620 copies. Read More about Voyage dans un grenier: bouquins, faïences, autographes & bibelots