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Vintage

Art Deco Furniture,1st Ed.

Batten Road

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Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Very Good; 3/4" tear d/j at top spine; minor shelfwear d/j
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
9" L x 1" W x 11" H
Color/Finish:
n/a

Why We Love This

Art Deco Furniture: The French Designers by Alastair Duncan. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Publisher. 1984, First American Edition. 192 pp. 312 illustrations including 68 in color. A beautiful volume covering virtually all the designers and artisans that produced the dazzling furniture and interiors of this unforgettable period. Out of print and the hardcover is hard to find. Some wear to d/j, slight rubbing bottom board and slight tanning inside. The color plates are gorgeous.
As described by Batten Road

About Batten Road

Batten Road was born in the ‘70s when a crazed book-lover returned from college to work in Soho at one of the country's (world's??) most famous Art & Architecture bookstores. To feed the addiction (and rent), she quickly picked up two other jobs so the love affair with books need not end. Eventually, the addiction grew to hunting for wonderful decorative accessories, furniture, tabletop and lighting.