Lot 281 of 360:
Thirteen volumes in decorative art  

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Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Thirteen volumes in decorative art

Author:
Various authors

Place:
Various places

Publisher:

Date:
Various dates

Description:

Featuring a three volume work on the history of English furniture, a discourse on sepulchral urns in Norfolk by Sir Thomas Browne, and a work on Eli Terry and Seth Thomas shelf clocks.

Includes;

  • English Furniture of the 18th  Century by Herbert Cescinsky. 3 Volumes. Funk & Wagnells, New York.
  • The Developmental Era of Eli Terry and Seth Thomas Shelf Clocks by Snowden Taylor. Ken Roberts Publishing Co., Fitzwilliam, NH, 1985.
  • Succession de M. Henri Samuel. Christies, Monaco, 1996.
  • Les Meubles du XVIII Siecle dans la collection Philippe Wiener. Jacques Seligmann & Fils, Paris, 1929.
  • Hydrotaphia or Urne-Burial: A Discourse of the Sepulchrall Urnes Lately Found in Norfolk by Sir Thomas Browne. The Riverside Press, 1907.
  • Modern Swedish Decorative Art by Dr. Nils G. Wolin. The Architectural Press, London, 1931.
  • Cincinnati Art-Carved Furniture and Interiors edited by Jennifer L. Howe. Cincinnati Art Museum, 2003.
  • Jan Yoors Tapestries, 1963. Unattributed catalogue of tapestries.
  • Fabrique Speciale d'Orfevrerie & de Bronzes pour les Eglises. Picard, Paris.
  • Bing & Grondahl Porcellaensfabrikken 1853-1903. Copenhagen, 1903.
  • American Silver Collected by Philip H. Hammerslough. Privately printed, Hartford, CT, 1958.

 

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Condition:
Very good or better.


 
Item number:
298773
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