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BROOKE, I. & J. LAVER, English Costume of the Eighteenth Century. Reprinted.
London, 1945 sm.8°. cloth, with pict.col. dj. col. frontisp., 86pp. of col. plates and drawings on plates drawn by I. Brooke, with descr. text on facing-pp. Fine copy.

EUR 35.00

Book nr.: 36220

BROOKE, I. & J. LAVER, English Costume from the Fourteenth through the Nineteenth Century. First edn.
New York, 1937 thick 8°. cloth. 426pp. num. col. & plain plates, bearing num. ills. after drawings by I. Brooke, with ext. descr. text on facing pages.
An excellent review of the history & development of english costume. (stain on upper covr).

EUR 115.00

Book nr.: 10587

BROOKE, I., A History of English Costume. 4th edn. [revised].
London, 1972 sm.8°. orig.pict.col. glossy wraps. 196pp. many line-drawings, of which full-p., by author, index.
The first edn. of this still valuable and now revised edn.(cf.preface) has been published in 1937. Pocket-edn. MINT copy.

EUR 35.00

Book nr.: 36137

BROOKE, IRIS, Footwear. A Short History of European and American Shoes. Reprinted. [first 1972].
Nairobi-Carleton, Sir Isaac Pitman, 1974 Small 8°., original cloth, gilded title to spine, dustjacket. 131pp. 66 black/white figures in text after drawings, appendix, table of contents.
A history of fashionable female and male footwear from William the Conqueror (1066) into the twentieth century. Fine copy, WITH dustjacket.

EUR 40.00

Book nr.: 50469

BROOKS PICKEN, M., Underwear and Lingerie.
Scranton, PA, Woman's Institute of domestic Arts & Science, 1922 2 parts. sm.8°. orig. lettered wraps. 66, 2; 51,[1]pp. over 80 text-ills., examination questions at end. "Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts & Sciences, Instruction Paper 10 A-2/10B-2".
Technical instruction for students for cutting ladies' underwear: brassières, kimono nightgowns, Pyamas, Drawers, &c... MINT copy.

EUR 55.00

Book nr.: 13335

BROWN, C.M. - G. DELMARCEL & A.M. LORENZONI, Tapestries for the Courst of Federico II, Ercole, and Ferrante Gonzaga, 1522-63.
Seattle, 1996 sm. 4°. cloth, with dustjacket. 239pp. col. ills. on 6 plates, 122 mainly large plain text-ills, list of illustrations, notes on the text, extensive bibliogr., general index and index to the Major Sets of Figurative Tapestries. ["College Art Association. Monographs on the fine Arts Vol. LII", editor Robert S. Nelson].
A richly illustrated and well-documented study on the subject. MINT copy. Scarce.

EUR 125.00

Book nr.: 38068

BROWN, Claudia (Chief editor), Weaving China's past. The Amy S. Clague Collection of Chinese textiles. [First edition].
Phoemix, Phoenix Art Museum, 2000 Narrow tall small 4°. Original coloured limp wrappers. Coloured bold type covertitle together with a wrap-around part of an antique chinese weaving featuring coloured flowers. 160pp. Capioned coloured frontispiece, numerous captioned coloured plates and illustrations in text, incl. facsims. after original imperial chinese seals and warrants, separate expert descriptive catalogue of all objects of the collection exhibitd, bi bliography of titles called-for in text, table of contents.
Lavishly illustrated survey of the Amy S. Clague Collection of antique Chinese textiles, incl. cermonial court robes, imperial robes in exquisite silk fragments unearthed. Expert Conributions by Robert D. Mowry, Martha Winslow Grimm, Janet Baker and An-Yi Pan. Very fine copy.

See also our other catalogue:
- GEMILANG 187: CHINA (Arts, Crafts, History). (2015).
EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 55262

BROWN, H., De Nederlanden. Karakterschetsen, Kleederdrachten, Houding en Voorkomen van verschillende standen. [translated from the original english into dutch, first edition, thus].
's-Gravenhage, 1841 Original printed boards, 168pp. Title-vignette, 42 steel-engraved plates, engraved head-and-tail pieces. COLAS, 458.
Dutch language contribution to dutch regional costume and headdress of the nineteenth century, from various regions and various social classes, including occupational dress, dress for special occasions, both male, female and children, in which is included an attempt to classification and characteristics of various social classes and manners. First dutch language edition. Good copy. Rare. (original covers a bit soiled,tly soiled, some foxing to front-edge lightly touching margins, o.w. a clean copy).

EUR 495.00

Book nr.: 49511

BROWN, H. De Nederlanden in de Negentiende Eeuw. Merkwaardige Kleederdrachten en Beroepen. Facism. repr. edn. after the original edn. 1840.
Groningen, "Foresta", s.d. [circa], 1990 Original pict. col. boards, 159pp. Title-vignette, over 100 facsim. ills. and plates after the original steel-engravings, with concise captions and further text in dutch.
Describes & depicts dutch regional cosumes (incl. trades & professions) of various social classes from that time. Text of this facsim. edn. has considerably been abridged. Fine copy.

EUR 40.00

Book nr.: 42251

BROWNE, Th. (editor), Stof verven en bedrukken. [First dutch edition, translated from the original english:"Dyeing & Printing", by V.L. Kelk].
De Bilt, Cantecleer, 1977 Large square 8°. Original decorative coloured glazed boards. 137pp. Many captioned coloured and monochrome illustrations in text, monochrome diagrams and design motifs in text, index, table of contents.
Dutch language introduction into dyeing and printing of fabrics with antural dyes made at home, various motifs and designs, including batik technique, linocuts, etc. Fine copy.

EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 53198

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