This lavishly photographed book is from renowned publishing house Arnoldsche Art Publishers and is currently out of print. As an internationally active publisher of art books, Arnoldsche collaborates with numerous important museums, collections and galleries throughout Europe, North America and Asia. Top-quality content, design and production make Arnoldsche books – most of which are bilingual publications – indispensable works of reference for collectors and specialists. Their books represent – aside from the aesthetic pleasure they provide – an ideal point of entry for art lovers seeking access to the above subject areas or firms’ or artists’ oeuvres.

Published on the occasion of the exhibition held at Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim, November 26, 2011 through February 26, 2012. Includes bibliographical references (page 189) and index.In German and English.

 

Lavercombes Commentari

 

The hardboard cover has 2 very fine indentations running up and down the board which has been caused by the poor qualtity dustjacket protector that has been previously fitted to the book, the photos actually make the marks look worse than they are. There is a small bend on the top right corner of the front board.

We will fit an archive quality dustjacket protector prior to shipping.

Our books ship in boxes, we do not use satchels or padded bags. We strongly suggest this item is insured for shipping, please add a comment in your order for an insurance quote and we can issue an additional invoice for any associated charges.

 

Serpentina: Snake Jewellery from Around the World

$595.00Price
  • ISBN

    9783897903548

  • Language

    German/English

  • Publisher

    Arnoldsche Art Publishers, Stuttgart

  • Author

    Fritz Falk

  • Published

    2011

  • Binding

    Hardcover

  • Pages

    192

  • Edition

    First

  • Attributes

    Dustjacket

  • Shipping

    Ships as a Medium Size Item Click here for Shipping Information

  • Condition

    Good 

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