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A Treasury of Early American Homes

Berkshire Home & Antiques

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A Treasury of Early American Homes
A Treasury of Early American Homes
A Treasury of Early American Homes

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Made of:

hardcover

Dimensions:

10.75''L x 0.5''W x 13.75''H

Damages:

smudged cover; spine and corners worn

Why We Love This

By Richard Pratt, Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York 1949.

Why We Love This

By Richard Pratt, Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York 1949.

About Berkshire Home & Antiques

Born in Shanghai and raised in San Francisco, Vivian Kimmelman opened Berkshire Home & Antiques in Great Barrington, MA, in 1999. A mecca for design-world denizens, the spacious shop offers a broad selection and a stylish, eclectic medley that spans styles and eras. On any given day the repertoire might include an original piece by Le Corbusier, a rare 17th-century Italian corner cupboard, boiserie from a French chateau, and a Roman limestone column, alongside a trove of French and Belgian antiques and garden accents.