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Furniture Fittings, Catalog No. 24
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Books and materials relating to the applied arts after WWI; their use in architecture & interior design; the design of handworked and manufactured objects including: ceramics, metalwork, wood, jewelry, textiles, glass, furniture, graphics, clocks & watches, toys, leather, etc.

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Beer, Eileene Harrison, Scandinavian Design, New York, The American-Scandinavian Society, 1975, first edition, folio (12.25" x 10"), HB, red-violet cloth boards in color photographic dj w/ beige background, VG/ VG. Tiny spot on DJ cover photo; closed tears and wrinkling along top and bottom dj edges, pictorial jacket bright, contents fine.

214 pp. A thorough survey of design from each of the five Scandinavian countries, covering ceramics, wood & furniture, glass & crystal, textiles, jewelry & metals, and more. Illustrated throughout with 40 color plates and 200+ b/w photographs.

This comprehensive volume examines modern design in each of the countries of Scandinavia - Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland and Finland. Chapters include: Beginnings (ancient design); Ceramics; Wood and Furniture; Glass and Crystal; Textiles; Silver, Jewelry and other Metals, Trolls, Mobiles, Rya rugs, clothing, wall hangings; bibliography; index.

Works by many artists and manufacturers are featured and indexed: Alvar Aalto, Eero Aarnio, Kaija Aarikka, Carl Axel Acking, David-Andersen, Arabia, Artek, Asko, Jacob Bang, Hertha Bengston, Erik Berglund, Sigvard Bernadotte, Bing & Grondahl, Kjell Blomberg, Boda Glassworks, Kay Bojesen, Monika Bratt, Arttu Brummer, Eva Brummer, Edith Sonne Bruun, Rut Bryk, Torun Bulow-Hube, E. Kold Christensen, Copenhagen School of Arts and Crafts, Gunnar Cyren, Danish Society of Arts and Crafts and Industrial Design, Dansk, Ingred Dessau, Jorgen and Nanna Ditzel, Dux, Tias Eckhoff, Bengt Edenfalk, Karl Erik Elselius, Yngve Ekstrom, Bjorn Engo, Age Fausing, Finnish Society of Arts and Crafts, Fiskars, Erik Fleming, Ann-Mari Forsberg, Kaj Franck, Josef Frank, Berndt Friberg, Bertel Gardberg, Simon Gate, Gefle, Gense, Sven-Arne Gillgren, Viola Grasten, Elsa Gullberg, Gullaskruf Glasbruk, Gustavsberg, Hadeland Glassworks, Arthur Hald, Dagny and Finn Hald, Edvard Hald, Fritz Hansen, Hans Hansen, Ulf Hard af Segerstad, Poul Henningsen, Erik Herlow, Erik Hoglund, Holmegaard, Saara Hopea, Peter Hvidt, Iittala, Maija Isola, Arne Jacobsen, Tove Jansson, Georg Jensen, Willy Johanssen, Lisa Johansson-Pape, Finn Juhl, Dora Jung, Wilhelm Kage, Birger Kaipiainen, Karlskrona, Kastrup, Edvard and Tove Kindt-Larsen, Poul Kjaerholm, Friedl Kjellberg, Kaare Klint, Anni and Bent Knudsen, Mogens Koch, Henning Koppel, Grete Korsmo, Kosta, Nils Landberg, Stig Lindberg, Vicke Lindstrand, Frederik Lunning, Ingeborg Lundin, Per Lutken, Marta Maas-Fjetterstrom, Erik Magnussen, Carl Malmsten, Marimekko, Bruno Mathsson, Marjatta Metsovaara, Borge Mogensen, Monica Morales-Schildt, Harald Nielsen, Barbro Nilsson, Nordiska Kompaniet, Norsk Glassworks, Notsjo Glasbruk, Yki Nuumi, Nuutajarvi, Gunnar Nylund, Gunnel Nyman, Folke Ohlsson, Edvin Ohrstrom, Orrefors, SvenPalmqvist, Arthur Percy, Sigurd Persson, Erik Ploen, Porsgrund Porcelain, Ulla Procope, Ritva Puotila, Jens Quistgaard, Reijmyre Glassworks, Marianne Richter, Lasi Riihimaen, Eero Rislakki, Johan Rohde, Rorstrand, Royal Copenhagen, Hannah Ryggen, Eliel Saarinen, Axel Salto, Astrid Sampe, Timo Sarpaneva, Selig, Sven-Erik Skawonius, Skruf Glassworks, Eva Staehr-Nielsen, Carl Harry Stalhane, Ake Stavenow, Magnus Stephensen, Nanny Still, Strombergshyttan, Ake Stromdahl, Folke Sundberg, Svensk Tenn, Ilmari Tapiovaara, Oiva Toikka, Esteri Tomula, Tostrup, Ingrid and Erich Triller, Helena Tynell, Upsala-Ekeby, Bertil Vallien, Kristian Vedel, Tone Vigeland, Niels Vodder, Ole Wanscher, Ann and Goran Warff, Wartsila, Bendt Winge, Bjorn Wiinblad, Bjorn Weckstrom, Tapio Wirkkala, Hans Wegner among others.

A classic reference for Scandinavian Modernism in the decorative arts.    [Book ID # 1243]


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