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Treasure of American Design

MINTY

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Era:
Contemporary; 1990s
Condition:
Very Good; dust jacket wear and tears
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
12.25" L x 9.25" W x 2.5" H
Color/Finish:
cream, brown, black, red

Why We Love This

Treasure of American Design and Antiques by Clarence P. Hornung. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Undated, believed to be 1990s. From our first settlers to regional decorative arts of the late 1800s. Two volumes in one book. 3,000 illustrations including those of undertaken for the 1930s Index of American Design Works Progress Administration. Book jacket shows wear and soiling; cover has slight shelf wear; pages in excellent condition. Invaluable reference. Hardcover. 846 pages.
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About MiNTY

From antiques to contemporary, furnishings to art, decorative objects to textiles, MiNTY offers a collection of fabulous treasures and fresh vintage finds. Each piece has been carefully selected by Susie Quillin, a woman crazy in love with beautiful interiors. With an eye for design and a life-long passion for treasure hunting, she enjoys nothing more than connecting a well loved object with its proud new owner.