THE BASKETRY BOOK, TWELVE LESSONS IN REED WEAVING.
by BLANCHARD, MARY MILES
- General Moderate Wear/No Jacket
Prairie Village, Kansas
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About This Item
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons., 1928. Gilt basket on front cover. Spine faded, but lettering remains readable. Bookplate on front pastedown. A reprint of the 1914 first edition. Chapters on materials and tools, fundamentals, work-baskets, simple-handle baskets, flower baskets, candy baskets, Indian centres, oval baskets, a table or weaves, borders, and coils. Finely-illustrated with photographs and drawings in multi-color to help explain technique. . Reprint Edition.. Green Cloth. General Moderate Wear/No Jacket. Octavo.
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- THE BASKETRY BOOK, TWELVE LESSONS IN REED WEAVING.
- BLANCHARD, MARY MILES
- Book condition
- second hand - General Moderate Wear
- Jacket condition
- No Jacket
- Reprint Edition.
- Charles Scribner's Sons.
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- Basket Making, Bnaskets
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