New York: Rizzoli, 2012. Folio. 360 pages. Cloth; dust jacket. FIRST EDITION. "The first book to celebrate the timeless beauty and craftsmanship of Dior's jewelry designs. Since launching Dior Fine Jewelry in 1998, Victoire de Castellane has been celebrated for having revolutionized the staid world of jewelry design. Her designs...
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Gothenberg: Röhsska Museum for Fashion, Design and Decorative Arts, 2011. 4to. 121 pages. Lavishly illustrated. Wrappers. FIRST EDITION, published to coincide with Karin Johansson’s solo exhibition at the Röhsska Museum for Fashion, Design and Decorative Arts in Gothenburg in October 2011.
Uitgeverij Boek, 2010. 8vo. 68 pages. Pictorial glazed boards. FIRST EDITION, one of 500 copies.
New York: Harry N. Abrams / American Museum of Natural History / Field Museum, 2001. Folio. 232 pages. Cloth; dust jacket. FIRST EDITION of this stunning exhibition catalogue.
Houston: The Museum of Fine Arts, 2011. 4to. 404 pp. 235 color and 2 black-and-white illustrations; 3 maps. Original gilt-lettered black cloth; pictorial dust jacket. Very light shelf-wear to dust jacket, otherwise fine. FIRST EDITION.
London: Thames and Hudson, 1990. First edition. 4to. 224pp. Detailed color photographs in text. Original black cloth; dust jacket.
Milan: Franco Maria Ricci, 1991. Folio. Text in French and English. Color plates. Black decorated cloth; original folding case. FIRST EDITION.
Ulm: Ulmer Museum, 1991. 8vo. In German. 351 pages. Decorated white cloth. FIRST EDITION.
Sillabe, 2015. 4to. 391 pages. Lavishly illustrated. Pictorial wrappers. FIRST EDITION.
London: Stuart Devlin, circa 1990. 62 pages; pictorial dust jacket.
Stockholm: Carlssons, 2006. 4to. Text in Swedish and English. 173 pages. Black-and-white photographic illustrations. Cloth; dust jacket. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH. A profusely illustrated study of the Swedish silversmith and jewelry designer.
Linköping: Sandström de Wit, 2011. Narrow 8vo. 95 pages. Glazed gold boards. FIRST EDITION. A beautifully-produced study of the Dutch master goldsmith Peter de Wit.