|Statement||by M. Jourdain.|
|LC Classifications||NK2529 J86 1934|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 112 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||112|
Get this from a library! Regency furniture, ,. [Margaret Jourdain]. : Regency Furniture xvpp; pp. Illustrated with numerous b/w photographic plates throughout. Sunning to the spine. Light rubbing head/tail of spine with light shelf wear. Light faded spotting marks to the top corner of the front board and rear board and to the centre of the rear board. Light foxing to the fore edges and prelims with the very occasional slight foxspot. Regency furniture, by Jourdain, Margaret A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or Rating: % positive. Household furniture and interior decoration; classic style book of the Regency period. "An unabridged republication, with minor corrections, of the work originally published in .
Regency Furniture to First edition, first impression. A lovely copy, uncommon in such a nice jacket. Margaret Jourdain (15 August – 6 April ) was a prominent writer on English furniture and decoration. She began her career ghost-writing as Francis Lenygon for the firm of Lenygon & Morant, dealers in furnishings with a royal appointment, who were also the fabricators of carefully crafted reproductions, especially of Kentian furnishings, some of which have been displayed in public. A book has been returned to an Oxford library 55 years after being taken out on loan. The book - Regency Furniture , by Margaret Jourdain - originally borrowed on 30 November - Things to read about everyday life, fashion, art, and history of the #regency #federal #naploeonic eras. See more ideas about Regency, Regency era and History pins.
Fashion in the period – in European and European-influenced countries saw the final triumph of undress or informal styles over the brocades, lace, periwigs and powder of the earlier 18th the aftermath of the French Revolution, no one wanted to appear to be a member of the French aristocracy, and people began using clothing more as a form of individual expression of the. A library book originally loaned out for three weeks has been returned to Oxford City Library - 55 years late. The book - Regency Furniture , by Margaret Jourdain - Author: Oscar Quine. This is an antique pole screen, an English, Regency fire screen with needlepoint tapestry panel dating to the early 19th century, circa Adjustable, circular needlepoint tapestry panel. Standing upon four scrolled feet featuring etch carved Rating: % positive. in her pioneering work Regency Furniture – (London, ),included the decade and a half before the political establishment of the Regency until the accession of the Prince Regent as George IV. Jourdain’s book, by abruptly ending in , was unable to include the various.