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Paris : Life & Luxury in the Eighteenth Century
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Paris : Life & Luxury in the Eighteenth Century

By Charissa Bremer-David

J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles , 2011. 150 pages. Hardcover exhibition catalogue, bound in red cloth covered boards and wrapped in an illustrated paper dustjacket. Light scuffing to the dustjacket with some light bends to the rear panel of the jacket. Else, the binding is tight and solid, with sharp edges and corners on the boards, and a clean, unmarked interior. Texts in English. Lavishly illustrated. Published on the occasion of the exhibition held from September 18-December 10, 2011.. Cloth. Fine Condition/Fine Condition.

$50.00

Le Soleil et l'Étoile du Nord: La France et la Suède au XVIIIe siècle

By Various Authors

Réunion des Musées Nationaux, 1994. 467 pages. Hardcover exhibition catalogue. Text in French. Bound in blue cloth covered boards and wrapped in an illustrated paper dustjacket. Minimal shelfwear to the edges and corners of both the boards and the dustjacket, with associated light rubbing to the jacket. Else, the binding is tight and secure, with a clean and unmarked interior. Published on the occasion of the exhibition held from March 15 to June 13, 1994. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$75.00

Joseph Urban
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Joseph Urban

By Loring, John

Harry N Abrams Inc, New York, 2010. 224 pages 200 illustrations in color. Foreword by Jennifer B. Lee, Performing Arts Curator, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University. Index. . Cloth. Fine Condition/Fine Condition.

$50.00

Clarice Cliff : The Art of Bizarre (A Definitive Centenary Celebration)
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Clarice Cliff : The Art of Bizarre (A Definitive Centenary Celebration)

By Griffin, Leonard

Pavilion Books Limited, London, 1999. 224 pages 126 illustrations in color. Introduction by Kay and Peter Wentworth-Shields. Bizarre Index. Glossary. Bibliography. . Cloth. Fine Condition/Fine Condition.

$75.00

Ver Sacrum, 1898-1903
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Ver Sacrum, 1898-1903

By Christian M. Nebehay

Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York, 1977. 329 pages. English language hardcover edition, bound in decorative cloth covered boards. Lacks its dustjacket, and there is a serious pull (although tenuously still attached) of the pageblock from the spine at the title page. But the boards are sharp along the edges and corners, and there are no internal markings other than the transference of the gilt on the title page to the page opposite. A fair reading copy of a handsomely produced book that celebrates the esteemed design publication that featured all of the important artists and designers of the Viennese Secessionist movement at the dawn of the twentieth century.. Cloth. Fair/No Jacket.

$250.00

The Bowles Collection of 18th-Century English and French Porcelain
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The Bowles Collection of 18th-Century English and French Porcelain

By Spero, Simon

Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, CA, 1995. 190 pages 182 illustrations in color. Director's Foreword by Harry S. Parker III. Foreword by Dr. Bernard Watney. Bibliography. Index of Patterns. . Cloth. Fine Condition/Fine Condition.

$200.00

Glanz Des Rokoko: Ludwigsburger Porzellan Aus Der Sammlung Jansen
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Glanz Des Rokoko: Ludwigsburger Porzellan Aus Der Sammlung Jansen

By Reinhard Jansen, Patricia Brattig

Arnoldsche Verlagsanstalt, Stuttgart, 2008. 335 pages. Hardcover exhibition catalogue. Texts in German. Bound in illustrated paper covered boards and issued without a dustjacket. Corners are bumped, with some light shelfwear rubbing to the covers. Else, the binding is tight and solid, with a clean and unmarked interior. Published on the occasion of the exhibition held from March 29-June 29, 2008.. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket, As Issued.

$75.00

La Ceramica Di Arman
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La Ceramica Di Arman

By Henry Martin, Umberto Eco

Edizioni Maggiore, Bologna, 1994. 25 pages, each folded in half and laid loosely in a printed paper covered board portfolio with ribbon tie closure. Text in Italian. Illustrated. Withdrawn from an institutional library whose bookplate remains affixed on the inside of the first folded page, and whose name is stamped in two locations on the second folded page. There is a slight surface paper loss at the foot of the spine following the removal of their call number label which otherwise left no mark. A bar code label has been inked over on the insde rear panel of the portfolio. There are no further markings on the interior. A very handsome production, produced in collaboration with the Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche in Faenza.. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket. Ex-Library.

$75.00

Tagliapietra: A Venetian Glass Maestro
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Tagliapietra: A Venetian Glass Maestro

By Susanne K. Frantz, Thomas S. Buechner

Vitrum Links for Publishing, Dublin, 1998. 107 pages. Hardcover, bound in black cloth covered boards and wrapped in an illustrated paper dustjacket. Previous owner's bookplate remains affixed to the front free endpaper, with minimal shelfwear to the edges of the dustjacket. Else, the binding is tight and solid, with sharp corners and edges on the boards and a clean, otherwise unmarked interior. Texts in English. Illustrated.. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$50.00

Marc Newson: Kelvin 40
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Marc Newson: Kelvin 40

By Paul Vilio, Louise Neri

Actes Sud, Foundation Cartier Pour l'art Contemporain, 2004. 80 pages. Hardcover exhibition catalogue. Texts in French and English, including an interview with the designer by Louise Neri. Bound in bright blue cloth covered boards and issued without a dustjacket. Withdrawn from an institutional library whose name is stamped on the title page and whose bar code label remains affixed to the inside rear panel. Else, the binding is tight and solid, with sharp edges and corners on the boards and an otherwise unmarked interior. Published on the occasion of the exhibition held from January 24-May 2, 2004.. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket, As Issued. Ex-Library.

$50.00

Diego Giacometti
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Diego Giacometti

By Marchesseau, Daniel

Harry N. Abrams, Inc. New York, 1987. 216 pages with 310 illustrations 26 plates in full color. Sticker residue to the front free endpaper. A crease to the reverse dustjacket flap. Fading to the orange paper dustwrappers spine and edges. Preface by Jean Leymarie. Interview with the Artist by Dominique Bozo. Index of Illustrations. . Cloth. Very Good/Very Good.

$295.00

Ladislav Sutnar: Praha - New York: Design in Action
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Ladislav Sutnar: Praha - New York: Design in Action

By Iva Janáková, Steven Heller, Alice Dubská

Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, 2003. 389 pages. Oblong format hardcover exhibition catalogue, bound in printed glossy paper covered boards and issued without a dustjacket. Ribbon page markers. Text in Czech. Tight binding, sharp and crisp corners and edges of the boards, and a clean, unmarked interior. English language exhibition guide laid in. Published on the occasion of the exhibition held from June 30- November 9, 2003. Lavishly illustrated.. Cloth. Fine Condition/No Jacket, As Issued.

$200.00

Jamie Russell: Meditations on Nature

By Stephen Hogbin

Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, 2009. 44 pages. Paperback exhibition catalogue, bound in stiff illustrated paper covers. Text in English. Illustrated. Mild wear to the edges with a slight bend to the lower right corner. Else, the binding is tight and solid, with an uncreased spine and a clean, unmarked interior. Published on the occasion of the exhibition held from April 17-June 7, 2009.. Wrappers. Near Fine.

$25.00

Franz-Xaver Holler: Glasobjekte Und Zeichnungen 1977-1990
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Franz-Xaver Holler: Glasobjekte Und Zeichnungen 1977-1990

By Helmut Ricke

Schloss Obernzell, 1990. 54 pages. Text in German. Oblong format paperback exhibition catalogue, bound in stiff white paper covers and wrapped in a gray printed paper dustjacket. Jacket has some wear at the edges and sunning, with some overall mild handling. Else, the binding is tight and solid, with a clean and unmarked interior. Published on the occasion of the exhibition held from July 14-October 31, 1990.. Wrappers. Very Good/Good.

$35.00

Styles De France: Meubles et Ensembles De 1610 a 1920
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Styles De France: Meubles et Ensembles De 1610 a 1920

By Jean De Hillerin, Alfred Marie

Les Publications De France, Paris, 1962. 240 pages. Hardcover, with stamped boards, and cased in a paper covered cardboard slipcase. Moderate wear, including some splits along the edges of the slipcase, with light bumps to the corners of the boards on the book. Else, the binding is tight and solid, with an unmarked and clean interior. Text in French. Illustrated in both black and white and color. . Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket, As Issued.

$25.00

Bernard Dejonghe: Dialogues Céramiques
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Bernard Dejonghe: Dialogues Céramiques

By Alain Macaire, Bernard Dejonghe

Musée d'art Contemporain, Dunkerque, 1997. 58 pages. Hardcover, spiral bound with printed cardboard covers and wrapped in an illustrated paper dustjacket. Minimal shelfwear to the edges of the jacket. Else, the binding is solid, the edges of the boards are sharp, and the interior is clean and free of markings. Text in French with translations into English. Illustrated, including several gatefold pages.. Spiral Bound. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$50.00

Paperweights
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Paperweights

By Michael Kovacek

Glass Gallery Michael Kovacek, Vienna, 1987. 168 pages. Hardcover, bound in gray printed cloth covered boards and wrapped in an illustrated paper dustjacket. There are two one-inch burn lines on the front cover of the dustjacket, one of which has left a corresponding scorch mark on the front board. Else, there are some shelfwear bumps along the bottom edge of the boards, but a tight binding and clean interior free of markings. Texts in English. Beautiful color illustrations of masterful works of glass.. Cloth. Good/Good.

$35.00

A World of Necklaces: Africa, Asia, Oceania, America from the Ghysels Collection
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A World of Necklaces: Africa, Asia, Oceania, America from the Ghysels Collection

By Anne Leurquin

Skira Editore, Milan, 2003. 464 pages. Hardcover, bound in black cloth covered boards and wrapped in an illustrated paper dustjacket. English language edition, with translation by Isabel Ollivier and photos by Mauro Magliani. Binding is tight and secure, with sharp edges and corners on the boards, a bright dustjacket encased in a Mylar sleeve, and a clean, unmarked interior. A magnificent production of stunning examples of necklaces made from a wide variety of materials from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas.. Cloth. Fine Condition/Fine Condition.

$150.00

Mexican Jewelry
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Mexican Jewelry

By Mary L. Davis, Greta Pack

University of Texas Press, Austin TX, 1963. 262 pages. Hardcover, bound in gold cloth covered boards. Lacking its dustjacket with the consequential light soiling and sunning to the covers from handling. The previous owner's name is inked on the front free endpaper. Else, the binding is tight and secure, with no other internal markings. other than a dime-sized impression at the bottom of the first handful of pages. Text in English. Illustrated with black and white photographs and black line drawings by one of the authors.. Cloth. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Mary L. Davis.

$25.00

Czeslaw Zuber
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Czeslaw Zuber

By Élodie Bernard

Galerie L'éclat Du verre, Paris, 1996. 12 pages. Very slim paperback exhibition brochure/catalogue, staple bound with stiff illustrated glossy paper covers. Text in French and English. Mild shelfwear to the edges, but still essentially a tightly bound, crisp, bright, and clean condition copy. Ten of the artist's works are reproduced in full color and full page, with a brief biography of the artist.. Wrappers. Fine Condition.

$25.00

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