Adrichem, Corrie van.
Adrichem, Corrie van. Willem Penaat: Meubelontwerper en organisator (1875-1957). 010 Publishers. 1988. 48 p. Ills. Softcover. [100587]

Baarsen, R.J. & Berge, G. van.
Baarsen, R.J. & Berge, G. van. Juwelen/ Jewellery 1820-1920. Rijksmuseum Amsterdam/ Gary Schwartz/ SDU. 1990. 85 p. Ills. Paperback. Naam op schutblad. [107553]

Beaucamp-Markowsky, Barbara.
Beaucamp-Markowsky, Barbara. Meissener Tabatieren des 18. Jahrhunderts. ISBN: 9783777421322 Hirmer. 2013. 427 p. Ills. Cloth/ dustj. [100774]

Beekhuizen, J.F.H.H.
Beekhuizen, J.F.H.H. 19e en 20e eeuwse tinnen bouillonpotten, een verzameling. Amsterdam, 2006. 160 p. Ills. Hardcover. [101132]

Benton, Charlotte, Benton, Tim & Wood, Ghislaine (Ed.).
Benton, Charlotte, Benton, Tim & Wood, Ghislaine (Ed.). Art Deco 1910-1939. V&A. 2003. 464 p. Num. col. plts. & ills. Cloth/ dustj. [65195]

Booij, Lennart
Booij, Lennart Lalique in Nederland. De ontvangst van het werk van René Lalique (1860-1945) in Nederland. Onderzoek naar objecten van de belangrijke Franse juwelenontwerper en glaskunstenaar (1860-1945) en de receptie van zijn glaswerk in Nederland. Waanders/ Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. 2013. 223 p. Ills. Harde kaft. [108473]

Borsi, Franco & Godoli, Ezio.
Borsi, Franco & Godoli, Ezio. Paris 1900: Architecture and Design. New York, Rizzoli. 1978. 278 pp. 350 ills., 85 in colour. Hardcover/ dustjacket. Dustj. damaged. [65051]

Borsi, Franco.
Borsi, Franco. Bruxelles 1900: Horta - van de Velde - Hankar - Serrurier-Bovy et les autres createurs de l'art nouveau. Bruxelles, Marc Vokaer. 1974. 260 p. Ills. Hardcover/ dustjacket. Dustj. sl. discol. and 1 tear 1 cm in front. [107731]

Boterenbrood, Helen.
Boterenbrood, Helen. Weverij De Ploeg van 1923 tot 1957. Nederlands Textielmuseum. 94 p. Ills. Paperback. [109460]

Caeymaex, Martine.
Caeymaex, Martine. Art Deco in Europa. Decoratieve tendensen in de toegepaste kunst rond 1925. Vereniging voor Tentoonstellingen van het Paleis voor het Paleis voor Schone Kunsten, Brussel, 5 maart - 28 mei 1989. Snoeck-Ducaju & Zoon. 283 p. Ills. Paperback. Name on french title. [28596]

Chadour-Sampson, Beatriz & Hosegood, Janice.
Chadour-Sampson, Beatriz & Hosegood, Janice. Barbara Cartlidge and Electrum Gallery. A Passion for Jewellery. Arnoldsche. 2016. 296 p. Ills. Hardcover. [108671]

Dam, Cees.
Dam, Cees. Ontwerpen in glas. Variaties op een ovaal. Tekst: Karin Evers. Met tekening van Cees Dam op schutblad. Dam & Partners, Architecten. 2006. Ills. Softcover. [99791]

Ellwanger, Volker; Nievergelt, Frank;
Ellwanger, Volker; Nievergelt, Frank; Leidenschaft Für Keramik. A comprehensive overview of the renowned Frank Nievergelt Collection of contemporary ceramics - with approximately 100 pieces by forty-one international artists. Accompanies the exhibition Passionément céramique at Musée Ariana, Geneva, Switzerland, April to September 2016* The museum's curator Anne-Claire Schumacher adds vital information about the artistsWith passion and expert insight, Frank Nievergelt compiled an impressive collection over forty-five years of more than 900 pieces of contemporary ceramics, ranging from vessels and sculptures via display pieces to monumental works. Over one hundred leading figures of the international ceramic scene from 1970 to 2015 are represented in the collection, the emphasis of which is on newer objects. In this publication, the most significant pieces of this renowned collection are presented in a selection of forty-one artists, hence impressively highlighting the unaffected beauty and diversity of contemporary ceramic art. Moreover, Nievergelt introduces the artists individually, enhanced with reflections from Anne-Claire Schumacher (curator of the Musée Ariana) and Prof. Volker Ellwanger. The catalog documents the latest inventory of the Musée Ariana in Geneva.Text in German and French. Arnoldsche. 2016. 224 p. Ills. Hardcover. [108609]

Fahn, Monika; Künzli, Otto; Veiteberg, Jorunn; Zaharias-Doff, Ga
Fahn, Monika; Künzli, Otto; Veiteberg, Jorunn; Zaharias-Doff, Gabriella; Mari Ishikawa. Jewellery & Photography. Where Does the Parallel World Exist?. Arnoldsche. 2016. 144 p. Ills. Hardcover. [106611]

Falk, Fritz
Falk, Fritz Himmlisch/ Heavenly. Sonne, Mond und Sterne im Schmuck/ The Sun, Moon and Stars in Jewellery. *Publication accompanies the exhibition at the Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim (DE), 8.7. 30.10.2016. Fascinating trip through thousands of years of jewelry history*Leading authority in jewelry, Fritz Falk, explains the star motif's role in a historical contextJewelry and the universe are bound together not just in the Ancient Greek sense of the word 'cosmos'; the sun, moon and stars invariably also found their way into representative forms of art jewelry around the world. While magical, mythological and religious references stood mainly at the forefront of ancient and non-European cultures, over the course of recent history it was on decorative grounds that jewelry pieces with cosmic motifs became so coveted. Whether Köchert in Vienna, Fabergé in St Petersburg or Lalique in Paris, the great jewelers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries were all inspired by heavenly forms. Today, interest in celestial bodies remains unbroken among contemporary internationally celebrated jewelry artists. With his new, richly illustrated book, the long-standing head of the Jewellery Museum Pforzheim presents for the first time a comprehensive review on the star motif in jewelry - from Ancient Egypt to the present day. Text in English and German. Arnold'sche. 2016-07-01. 192. [108506]

Fischer, Volker & Gleininger, Andrea.
Fischer, Volker & Gleininger, Andrea. Stefan Wewerka. Architect, Designer, Object Artist/ Architekt, Designer, Objektkünstler. Axel Menges. 1998. 159 p. Ills. Softcover. [94337]

Freeman, Margaret B.
Freeman, Margaret B. The Unicorn Tapestries. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 2nd printing. E.P. Dutton. 1983. 244 p. Ills. Paperback. [102122]

Gentille, Thomas.
Gentille, Thomas. Untitled. Thomas Gentille. American Jewelry. Die Neue Sammlung. Arnoldsche. 208 p. Ills. Hardcover. [106564]

Hagströmer, Denise.
Hagströmer, Denise. Ekstrom Extreme. Norwegian Industrial Design and Furniture Culture. Terje Ekstrom was the first postmodern designer in Norway and his futuristic chairs even made it into the Star Trek TV-Series; this is the first monograph on the designer Informative description of the Norwegian design scene in the 1980s Accompanies the exhibition of Frank Nievergelt's donation at The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo (NO)The work of the pioneering designer Terje Ekstrom (1944-2013) contributed a new vitality and independence to the Norwegian design scene of the 1970s and '80s, at a time of cultural and social change. Ekstrom represented a new generation of designers who challenged the ideals of the golden age of Scandinavian design. As this richly illustrated book shows, Ekstrom was both a product of his own time and far ahead of it. Seen as one of Norway's first postmodern designers, his internationally successful Ekstrem chair achieved iconic status due to its unique and visionary qualities, as did his audio equipment design for the renowned Tandberg Radiofabrikk. Including specially commissioned photographs of his workplace and home, this book for the first time tells the story of Ekstrom's design practice, characterized by an eclectic search for originality. Text in English and Norwegian.. Arnoldsche Verlagsanstalt. 2016. 128 p. Ills. Hardcover. [106609]

Hardenberg, Liesbeth.
Hardenberg, Liesbeth. IFI 1963-1993. A personal view. International Federation of Interior Architects/ Designers, Johannesburg. 2006. 193 p. Ills. Hardcover. [107740]

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