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[Furniture]. Winkler, Gail Caskey and Roger W. Moss.

Victorian Interior Decoration: American Interiors, 1830-1900 How the Victorians decorated walls, ceilings, woodwork, floors, and windows - complete with original color schemes

Henry Holt & Co New York 1986 Quarto, pp. x, 257, indexed, glossary, bibliography, richly illustrated in b/w & color, looks at the way American Victorian houses were decorated during the 19th century, draws upon the same sources that the original homeowners turned to - 19th century crtitics and architects who created the design standards of the Victorian era (from DJ).
The definitive study, by two experts.


Binding: Original Red Cloth
Condition: As New in Very Good DJ
ISBN: 080500078X
Book Id: 11122

Price: $45.00

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