Artistic Leather of the Arts and Crafts Era




by Daniel Lees (Author)
Hardcover: 272 pages
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (September 1, 2009)
Condition: Excellent; Slight scuffing on book jacket.
Price: $69.99 with Free Shipping

The rich beauty and craftsmanship of leather objects dating from 1900-1929 is captured here in 540 beautiful color photos. These items include fine leather accessories, such as billfolds, blotters, bookends boxes, cigar cases, document cases, glove cases, mats napkin rings, paperweights, purses, and wastebaskets. They were made to enhance American interiors with Stickley furniture, Van Erp lamps, and Roycroft hammered copper vessels.

Historical information features individual artists and commercial firms includes Roycroft, Newcomb College, and Elizabeth Eaton Burton. German design influence that became known as Buffalo Nouveau is included. This is an essential guide to the hand-tooled craftsmanship of this bygone era.


Artistic Leather of the Arts and Crafts Era


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