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Encyclopedia of Needlework

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Product description

Olive-green cloth boards with black lettering and leaf pattern to front and slightly discoloured spine; very little wear around the edges, corners and joints. Gilt top edge. Small crack at the top of the front hinge at the pastedown. No inscriptions. Binding is good. Integral ribbon bookmark. Numerous illustrations in the text plus 13 colour plates. Undated but possibly c1930, originally published in 1886. New Edition Revised and Enlarged. A comprehensive and practical study of needlework, very popular and published in several European languages. The author was one of the most important pioneers in the enterprise of hobby needlework in the late nineteenth century. Small format 14cm x 10cm x 4cm thick.

Item details

Added value:
Very good condition
Author(s):
Dillmont, Therese de
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
c1930
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
813
Publisher:
Editions Th. De Dillmont

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Olive-green cloth boards with black lettering and leaf pattern to front and slightly discoloured spine; very little wear around the edges, corners and joints. Gilt top edge. Small crack at the top of the front hinge at the pastedown. No inscriptions. Binding is good. Integral ribbon bookmark. Numerous illustrations in the text plus 13 colour plates. Undated but possibly c1930, originally published in 1886. New Edition Revised and Enlarged. A comprehensive and practical study of needlework, very popular and published in several European languages. The author was one of the most important pioneers in the enterprise of hobby needlework in the late nineteenth century. Small format 14cm x 10cm x 4cm thick.

Added value:
Very good condition
Author(s):
Dillmont, Therese de
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
c1930
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
813
Publisher:
Editions Th. De Dillmont

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