arts and crafts

  • 300,00 kr.

    Redigeret af Cecilie Manz med flere: Keramikeren Richard Manz / Richard Manz: The Ceramist Nyt Nordisk Forlag, 2015. Large 4to i hardcover. 265 pp. Illustr. Pænt eksemplar / Near fine / Fine copy. Tekst på både dansk og engelsk / Text in both Danish and English

  • 299,00 kr.

    Paris: Galerie Maria Wettergren, 2022. 8vo in wraps as issued. 184 pages. Richly illustrated. New, unopened copy “Creating pieces with an equal focus on sculptural and functional qualities, Rasmus Fenhann works almost exclusively with wood, which he carefully selects for each project. His process combines traditional and sometimes near-forgotten craft…

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    The Hare with Amber Eyes. A Hidden Inheritance London: Chatto & Windus, 2010. Publishers hardcover. 354, (1) pages. With illustrations. Cpover with minor edgewear else very good clean copy First edition, later print

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    First edition, second printing – a scarce early copy of the major classic of Japanese Aesthetics

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    100,00 kr.

    A historical survey of Japanese Arts & Craft followed by chapters on Ceramics, Metalwork, Lacquer, Netsuke, Textiles, Leather-Work, Basketry, notes on dating, comparative chronological table; illustrated throughout

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    “Chabana (literally “tea flowers”) is a generic term for the arrangement of flowers put together for display at a Japanese tea ceremony, and also for the wide variety of plants conventionally considered as appropriate material for such use, as witnessed by the existence of such encyclopedic publications as the Genshoku Chabana Daijiten [All-color encyclopedia of chabana]. The method of arranging the flowers is according to the nageire, or thrown in, style of flower arranging. In turn, nageire is recognized as a certain stylistic category of Kadō, the Japanese “Way of Flowers”. These all developed from ikebana, which had its origin in early Buddhist flower offerings (kuge). Chabana, however, refers specifically to the flower display in the room or space for chadō, and though it fundamentally is a form of ikebana, it comprises a genre unto its own.”

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    Chanoyu Quarterly: Tea and the Arts of Japan [No. 21]. Published by the Urasenke Foundation in Kyoto, Japan and Urasenke Foundation of Hawaii in Honolulu. 1978. 8vo in wraps with gray lettering as issued. Complete with slightly worn obi (please see photo). 80 pp. 7 color plates, many b/w illustrations.…

  • 140,00 kr.

    København: Høst & Søn, 1958. 8vo i original heftet omslag. 47 pp. Illustreret. 1. oplag    

  • 100,00 kr.

    København: Høst & Søn, 1956. 8vo i original heftet omslag. 48 pp. Illustreret. Brugsspor 1. oplag

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    Copenhagen: Rhodos Publishers, 1978. Original full cloth with slightly worn dustjacket. 98 pp. Illustrated b/w. 1st ed. Book designed by Michael Malling

  • 200,00 kr.

    Strandbergs Publishing – Ny Carlsbergfondet 2016. 4°. Stor tung hardcover. 447 sider. Rigt illustreret. Pænt eksemplar

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    London: Chatto & Windus, 2021. 182 pp. With illustrations. As new copy First edition, 2nd printing. By the author of The Hare with Amber Eyes: “The Camondos lived just a few doors away from Edmund de Waal’s forebears. Like de Waal’s family, they were part of belle epoque high society.…