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Sulphides by Paul Jokelson

Birch Cooper Books

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Sulphides by Paul Jokelson
Sulphides by Paul Jokelson
Sulphides by Paul Jokelson

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Very Good; price tag on front cover
1" L x 5" W x 10.5" H

Why We Love This

Sulphides: The Art of Cameo Incrustation by Paul Jokelson, Galahad Books, New York, 1968. More than 150 illustrations, including several in color. The entire book is printed on a quality lightly coated paper, yielding crisp text and good quality photo reproductions. Many beautiful examples of cameo incrustation, along with a history of the process, and of the manufacturers and dealers. Includes brief biographies of many of the medalists, sculptors, and of the portrait subjects.
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About Birch Cooper Books

Birch Cooper began buying and selling out-of-print books as a college student and has since become a renowned source for rare art, design and photography editions. He has created private book collections ranging from 5 to 5,500 volumes, and his interior designer clients include Markham Roberts, Jamie Drake and Thad Hayes. Vogue and the New York Times have recommended Mr. Cooper, who is currently working on a book about Andy Warhol’s library.