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English Enamel Boxes: From the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Centuries


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Author: Susan Benjamin
Publishers: Orbis
Publication Date: 1978
Edition: First Edition impression
Condition: Good Condition hardcover with dust jacket
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More then 80 color plates throughout illustrating some 230 different objects, Foreword by A. Kenneth Snowman, Introduction, Notes, Glossary, Bibliography, and Index. Features chapters titled as: “History and Techniques of Enamelling;” “Manufacturing Processes;” “York House, Battersea;” “London;” “Birmingham;” “South Staffordshire;” “Liverpool;” “Continental Painted Enamels;” “Fakes, Forgeries and Replicas;” “Decline and Revival of a Craft;” and “Collecting.”.¬†Crafts-Metal Collecting

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Weight 750 g
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