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Contemporary Decorative Arts, 1st Ed.

David Duncan

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Contemporary Decorative Arts, 1st Ed.
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Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Damages:
light edge wear and faint soiling on dust jacket, inconspicuous 2" tear in front dust jacket at tail, small inscription on front free endpaper
Format:
hardcover clothbound with paper dust jacket
Author(s):
Philippe Garner
Imprint:
Facts on File, New York
Year:
1980
Page Count:
224

Why We Love This

A well-observed monograph covering the postwar design revolutions in fields from furniture to ceramics, photography to jewelry, presented by Sotheby's expert in modern applied arts, Philippe Garner. Includes illustrations, many in color. Tight copy. ISBN: 0871964724.

With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate pieces, David Duncan’s Manhattan antiques gallery has been a prized insider’s resource since its opening in 1990. Located in a brownstone on East 60th Street, its diverse selections range from 18th-century French objets d’art to 20th-century designs.