(New York; 1984): Harry Abrams, Ind. First American Edition. Quarto. 312pp., illustrated in color and in black & white. Ruhlmann was one of the greatest and most prolific art deco cabinetmakers and interior designers of the twentieth century. Even during the 1920s, one of his unique cabinets could be priced higher than the average house. A fine copy bound in gray cloth lettered in black in a fine pictorial dust jacket.
(Inventory #: 021162)
General Antiquarian; First Editions; Americana; Autographs and Ephemera; Book Arts; Fine bindings and sets
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