Decorative arts

    Fauna: The Art of Jewelry

    By Patrick Mauries

    Hardback £12.63

    A glittering collection of jewelry imitating animals from the nineteenth century to today

    Southwold

    By Geoffrey Munn

    Hardback Save £9.52 = £20.43

    -A glimpse into the exciting, and often tumultuous, history of a small seaside town The inspiration behind William Morris's Earthly Paradise, the muse for J.M.W. Turner's superlative seascapes, a home to hardy fishermen and the top holidaying spot for wealthy Victorians, as well as the scene for relentless witch-hunts and...

    Folk Fashion

    By Amy Twigger Holroyd

    Paperback £11.45

    Thinking radically about making & wearing homemade clothes

    Power of Objects in Eighteenth-Century British America

    By Jennifer van Horn

    Hardback £54.66

    Over the course of the eighteenth century, Anglo-Americans purchased an unprecedented number and array of goods. This volume investigates these diverse artifacts - from portraits and city views to gravestones, dressing furniture, and prosthetic devices - to explore how elite American consumers assembled objects to form a new civil society...

    Splendour!

    Paperback £17.46

    Celebrates the 80th anniversary of the Georgian Group, founded in 1937 to protect the architectural legacy of buildings and gardens dating from 1700 to 1840.

    Faberge in London: The British Branch of the Imperial Russian Goldsmith

    By Kieran McCarthy

    Hardback Save £19.54 = £35.46

    The first book to be dedicated to the British branch of Faberge, covering its history from its opening in 1903 to its closure in 1917.

    Flora

    By Patrick Mauries

    Hardback Save £4.32 = £12.63

    Flowers have long been a source of inspiration for jewelers, many of whom have sought to capture their transient beauty in glittering gemstones and precious metals. In this book, the floral pieces have all been selected from the magnificent jewelry collection of the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, and...

    Neapolitan Creche at the Art Institute of Chicago

    By Carmine Romano

    Hardback Save £2.04 = £27.96

    The 18th-century Neapolitan creche at the Art Institute of Chicago, which contains over 200 figures arranged in a panorama of street life, represents the pinnacle of a rich artistic heritage. This luxurious catalogue is the first to study the creche in the context of art and music history. Essays explore...

    Sun and Moon

    By Artists Various

    Hardback Save £8.74 = £19.26

    Tribal Textiles from Southwest China: Threads from Misty Lands: The Philippe Fatin Collection

    By Catherine Bourzat

    Hardback Save £11.54 = £23.46

    Philippe Fatin is a traveller, photographer and collector who has established a world-class collection of tribal textiles from southern China.

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