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DAS ORNAMENT WERT, 1937 Decorative Folk Design, A Selection of World History of Art



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Text is in German: Das Ornamentwerk. Eine Sammlung angewandter Schmuckformen fast aller Zeiten und Völker. Berlin, Verlag Ernst Wasmuth, 1937. 4 . 48 S. 120 Bildtafeln. OLwd. OU.
BOSSERT, H.TH. 1937 Classic colour illustrated work from many Museums on European folk arts ceramics/pottery, furniture, metal ware design and decoration. 48 single-sided plates, most in color. Brief introduction in German. Plates labeled in English, French and German. The plates shown from each country are listed in order:Pottery from Neo-Stone Age and Bronze Age, Cypres, Kalymnos, Italy, Crete Cypres, Crete and Mycenai, Greece, Near East, Scandinavia, Sweden and Finland, Icland, Norway and Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Sweden, Norway , Sweden and Finland, Teutonic, Germany and Alsace, Switzerland, Austria, Boltic Countries, Norway and Sweden, Lap and Siberia, Kirghir, Pamir Mountains, Poland and European Russia, Ukraine, Caucasus, Scythic, teutonic, Irish, England and Netherland, Netherlands and Belgium, Belgium England and Netherlands, France, Italy, Yugo-Slavia, Bulgaria and Rumania, Hungary and Rumania, Czecho-Slovakia, Greece and Turkey, Turkomans, Tartars, Bokhara, Chino-Turkestan, India, Ceylon, Alexandria, Byzanz, Persia, Egypt,Tatars, Turks and Syrians, Arabia, North-West Africa, Africa, West Africa, West- and East Africa, Spain and Portugal, Java, Bali, Malay Archipelago, Borneo, Aru Island, Hainan, Siam, Tibet, China, Japan, Australia, Oceania, New Zealand, North-West America, Mexico, Central America, Peru, South America.
13 1/2 x 10 CONDITION:Very good condition.Dust jacket torn in two along spine.

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Weight 2330 g
Dimensions 45 × 35 × 16 mm
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