3 edition of Masterpieces of English furniture and clocks found in the catalog.
Masterpieces of English furniture and clocks
R. W. Symonds
Facsim of ed. published London : Batsford, 1940.
|Statement||by R.W. Symo nds ; introduction by Jerome Phillips.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||suR4.184. Ill.(some col.). n.e.|
|Number of Pages||184|
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English Dial Clocks Ronald E. Rose The Antique Collectors' Club, England, first edition Very good to fine condition, book and dust cover both. Hardbound with dust cover. x 11 inches. Pages, over very good photographs, mostly b/w, some in color, many line drawings. The late seventeenth and eighteenth-century long-case and bracket clocks are such integral features of the English furniture of their period, and their acquirement offers such a fascinating and profitable field to the collector, that some mention and description of them is necessary, if this book is to be comprehensive. At the outset one is confronted with the difficulty of having written an.
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In this work, an outstanding and unique collection of 18th century furniture is examined in exhaustive and authoritative detail. Fascinating to furniture historians and collectors alike, the book includes studies of the fine early furniture, the Chippendale items, the distinctive Anglo-Indian ivory pieces, small items of special interest and the "star" of the collection: a 19th century.
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Masterpieces of English furniture and clocks was originally published in in an edition limited to copies only. It has never been reprinted since that date and it is a rare and sought after book in the antiques and furniture trade.
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Condition: In a cloth binding in original unclipped dustwrapper. Externally, in excellent condition with some light g: clocks. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations ; 31 cm: Contents: Introduction: collecting in the Symonds tradition / Edward Lennox-Boyd --A critical survey: the curator's view / Christopher Gilbert --An appreciation: the dealer's view / Robin Kern --From Holland to Hanover / Simon Redburn --The furniture by Thomas Chippendale.
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