October 1968 ANTIQUES Magazine Textile printing English glass Furniture O. Rich
Antiques Magazine: October 1968
Vol XCIV No. 4
. Measure 12"x9 ½" with 430-611 pages
. Magazine is in very good condition. No tears, marks, creases. Light spine crease. Bumped corners. Front lower corner with light curl.
Cover: Design of colonial New York seals: Milton H. Glover
Current and coming: Eileen P. Birk
Museum accessions: Ruth Davidson
Letter from London: James Stuart Frontispiece. Lead-glass goblet with diamond engraving . c. 1690
Editorial. Textile printing in eighteenth-century America: Florence M. Montogmery
English glass. An exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum: Robert J. Charleston
Furniture in the Forsyth Wickes collection: Harry H. Schnabel Jr.
An Antiques exhibition preview The American Vision, Paintings 1825-1875:Eileen O. Birk
An Antiques book preview :Art atsale 1967-68
New Light on "Gilliland," Cambridge, and Gillinder paperweights: Paul Hollister Jr
Obadiah Rich, Boston silversmith: Martha Gandy Fales
Ceramics in Providence, 1750-1800: Barbara Gorely Teller
History in homes. Waynesborough, the home of Anthony Wayne: Orrin Wickersham June Seals in colonial New York: Kenneth Scott
English furniture in the French taste. Part II, The last third of the eighteenth century: John Gloag
Collectors' notes: Edith Gaines
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