1948 Decorative Art: The Studio Year Book: 1943-1948
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First Edition, Illustrated
A first edition of this 1943-48 annual in the publisher's original cloth binding, with blind stamping to the front board. The Studio Yearbook of Decorative Art was first issued in 1906, as an annual review of the finest examples of contemporary architecture and applied art. It was published under that title until 1925, when it changed its name to Decorative Art, with the subtitle of The Studio Yearbook. This annual focuses on town and country houses, interior design, furniture and furnishings, lighting, tableware, decorative ceramics, silverware, and glassware. With an introduction by Robert W. Symonds. 16 pages of advertisements to the rear.
In the publisher's original cloth binding. Externally bright and smart, apart from a couple of small marks to the boards. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean, except for a touch of age toning to the page perimeters, and remnants of tape to the paste downs and end papers.
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