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Canadian Antiques Collector Magazine, January/February 1974, Vol. 9 No. 1, Watson, Francis; Palardy, Jean; Summerson, John; Shackleton, P.; Minhinnick, J.; Adamson, Anthony; Norwich, John; Clayton, Michael; et al

Author    Watson, Francis; Palardy, Jean; Summerson, John; Shackleton, P.; Minhinnick, J.; Adamson, Anthony; Norwich, John; Clayton, Michael; et al

Title   Canadian Antiques Collector Magazine, January/February 1974, Vol. 9 No. 1

   Paperback

Condition   Good

   Magazine

   First Edition

Size   4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Publisher   Toronto The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society 1974

Seller ID   763g1784

80 pages. Features: The Great Tradition - Furniture in France, Louis XiV -- Louis XVII; Furniture in France, Louis XIV -- Louis XVIII; Early Furniture of Canada - The French Influence 1660-1760; Adam and the Adam Style - The Elegant in England; Early Furniture of Canada - The English and American Influence 1760-1840; Architecture in Early Canada - The French Influence; Sir John Soane and His World - The Architect in Regency England; Architecture in British Canada - The Georgian Influence 1745-1845; Preserving Our Cultural Heritage; Silversmiths of the Georgian Era - Precious Metals in the United Kingdom; Early Canadian Silver - The French and English Influence; Faience and Porcelain - French Ceramics Louis XIII - Louis XVIII; Ceramics in England - Pottery and Porcelain in the Georgian Era; The Ceramic Trade in Canada - Imports and Local Potters; Early Canadian Painting Contrasts - European Tradition and Pioneer Vernacular; and more. Moderate external wear. Contents clean and unmarked. Small clipping from top edge of back cover. A quality copy.

Canadian  Antiques  Collector  Magazine,  January/February  1974,  Vol.  9  No.  1  The  Great  Tradition  -  Furniture  In  France,  Louis  XiV  --  Louis  XVII;  Furniture  In  France,  Louis  XIV  --  Louis  XVIII;  Early  Furniture  Of  Canada  -  The  French  Influence  1660-1760;  Adam  And  The  Adam  Style  -  The  Elegant  In  England;  Early  Furniture  Of  Canada  -  The  English  And  American  Influence  1760-1840;  Architecture  In  Early  Canada  -  The  French  Influence;  Sir  John  Soane  And  His  World  -  The  Architect  In  Regency  England;  Architecture  In  British  Canada  -  The  Georgian  Influence  1745-1845;  Preserving  Our  Cultural  Heritage;  Silversmiths  Of  The  Georgian  Era  -  Precious  Metals  In  The  United  Kingdom;  Early  Canadian  Silver  -  The  French  And  English  Influence;  Faience  And  Porcelain  -  French  Ceramics  Louis  XIII  -  Louis  XVIII;  Ceramics  In  England  -  Pottery  And  Porcelain  In  The  Georgian  Era;  The  Ceramic  Trade  In  Canada  -  Imports  And  Local  Potters;  Early  Canadian  Painting  Contrasts  -  European  Tradition  And  Pioneer  Vernacular 

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