Antiques Magazine JULY 1960

·         Late 18th century indigo resist-printed cotton;

·         Connecticut cherry secretary, late 18th century;

·         Thomas Dennis, Ipswich jointer;

·         The Vasa: sunken treasure recovered;

·         Fruit trenchers of the 16th and 17th centuries;

·         More English commemorative pewter porringers;

·         A case study in 19th century color: redecoration at Sunnyside;

·         An antiques survey: Stylistic influences on 19th century American glass;

·         Savonnerie and Sèvres in the James de Rothschild collection at Waddesdon Manor;

·         New-found folk art of the young Republic;

·         Plus much more...

·         Great ads and pictures.

·         Pages 1-88.

Condition: Clean, no tears or missing pages. Has no address label on cover.  May have small tears at corners.  The Magazines Are In Pretty Good Condition - The Covers Are Worn In Places From Use. The Semi- Gloss Pages Have Become Yellow With Age And There Is A Mild Moisture Edge Stain On Some Pages. This In No Way Detracts From The Vivid Photos, Illustrations Inside, And Text Which Lie Beyond In The Many, Many Pages!

 

Beyond The Pages Are Countless Pointers And Trends Of Antique Collecting.

·         The contents of these magazines are great for any budding ANTIQUE collector, designer architect, or anyone looking for some VINTAGE inspiration.

·         Excellent source of collecting research, information and expanding your library of knowledge!

·         Antiques Magazine is a publication made for antique lovers and history buffs and its pages are loaded with photos of artistic paintings, rare pictures, and other items of similar nature. It is a magazine for those who love antiques and also those who consider themselves historians since many articles deal with historical collections of art and antiques.

·         A publication dedicated to creative art and history -- these vintage issues would make a great gift for a collector!

 

·         Each magazine has pages of information on antique collecting and great period pieces.

·         Many Articles on subjects ranging from wide spectrums: Colonial Arts, Early English silver, cabinetmakers, Porcelain English Furniture...And Much More.

·         Antiques Magazine - very good  for searching important items of art, furniture and glass to use for reference and information -you can use to help document provenance as well as great information.  It’s interesting to see what was for sale way back then - from silver to 18th century furniture, glass & porcelain.

·         Filled with Interesting and Great Vintage Advertisements; Plus much more.

·         SIZE; 9½” x 12”  inches; 200-300 Pages in Most Issues;

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