ISLAMIC RINGS AND GEMS: The Benjamin Zucker Collection
by CONTENT, Derek J., Editor
London: Philip Wilson, (1987). First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. 4to. Publisher's cloth in original dust jacket. Warmly INSCRIBED at half-title, "For Diane/I hope you will enjoy/this very first book ever/in Hebrew Arabic and English. These/ objects were created by Jewish/ Craftsmen in the medieval world (see/ pages 502-532)/ Benny-". Jacket lightly edge-worn with touch of creasing at head of spine and approximately one-inch closed tear at top edge of rear panel. Interior clean and bright. A handsome copy in near fine condition. 551 pp.
This exhaustive catalog, published in English, Hebrew and Arabic, contains detailed images and descriptions of the inscribed gems collected by Benjamin Zucker. (Inventory #: 16272)
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