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Newlyn Copper - Arts & Crafts Copper Work in Newlyn

£40.00

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This title provides the first major study of the Newlyn Industrial Class, a small but very important part of the arts and crafts movement in Victorian Britain which was established in Cornwall in 1890. The Newlyn Industrial Class was established by John D Mackenzie to provide additional work for fishermen. These artist-led classes included crafts such as jewellery, copper, enamel work and textiles. Classes ceased in 1939 at the outbreak of WW2 - however, copper working continues in Newlyn to this day.
Paperback 2008.
Small indented biro mark to front. Two further small biro marks to inside front cover. No further markings. Spine with no creasing, & tight binding. A bright copy, well-illustrated throughout. Appendices: short biographies of craftsmen; text references; chronology; bibliography. Index. 152pp.

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2008
Author(s):
Daryl Bennett; Colin Pill
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781904537847
Number of pages:
152
Publisher:
Sanson & Company (Redcliffe Press)

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This title provides the first major study of the Newlyn Industrial Class, a small but very important part of the arts and crafts movement in Victorian Britain which was established in Cornwall in 1890. The Newlyn Industrial Class was established by John D Mackenzie to provide additional work for fishermen. These artist-led classes included crafts such as jewellery, copper, enamel work and textiles. Classes ceased in 1939 at the outbreak of WW2 - however, copper working continues in Newlyn to this day.
Paperback 2008.
Small indented biro mark to front. Two further small biro marks to inside front cover. No further markings. Spine with no creasing, & tight binding. A bright copy, well-illustrated throughout. Appendices: short biographies of craftsmen; text references; chronology; bibliography. Index. 152pp.

Added value:
2008
Author(s):
Daryl Bennett; Colin Pill
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781904537847
Number of pages:
152
Publisher:
Sanson & Company (Redcliffe Press)

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