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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
London: Sampson Low, (1924). Second edition, one of 1000. Read More about George Baxter. The Picture Printer
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Company, 1899. First edition. An attractive example of a modern embroidered binding, on the definitive work on the subject. Read More about English Embroidered Bookbindings
[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
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...
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...
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: 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
[Paris: de l'Imprimeries de L.F. Delatour], 1772. Read More about L'Art du Coutelier en Ouvrages Communs
Paris: Typographie Philippe Renouard, 1911. First edition, number 12 of 200 copies (a few copies reserved for sale at £2.2 ). Read More about Catalogue Of A Collection Of Mounted Porcelain Belonging To E.M. Hodgkins
vp: vd. From the Library of Charles Edison, Specially Bound for Him. 1. English Decoration in the 18th Centrury. By John Fowler and John Cornforth. London: Barriue & Jenkins, 2. French Decorative Art 1638-1793. By George Savage. N.Y.: Praeger, 3. A Book of Distinctive Interiors. Ed. William A. Vollmer. N.Y...... Read More about Collection of 26 Volumes on Decorative arts including: Les Maitres Ebenistes français au XVIIIe...
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1960. First edition. Read More about Three Centuries of French Domestic Silver: Its Makers & Its Marks
[Paris: 1780]. First edition. From Diderot-d'Alembert's Encyclopédie, which was published in Paris, Neuchatel, and Amsterday, from 1751-1780. The plates (Recueil de Planches) were published in 11 volumes from 1762-1777, and are among the glories of book illustration of the 18th century. Read More about Draperie, contenant 13 Planches, dont 11 Simple et 2 Doubles [Drop-Title
London: A. Brown and Sons, Limited 5 Farrington Avenue, E.C. and at Hull and York, . First edition. Read More about The Earle Collection of Early Staffordshire Pottery. Illustrating over 700 different Pieces. With...
Philadelphia: B. Lipppincott, (1914). First edition. Read More about The Practical Book of Period Furniture. Treating of Furniture of the English American Colonial...