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Cescinsky, Herbert.
The Gentle Art of Faking Furniture.

London Chapman & Hall: 1931.

One of the most influential and best-loved books on fake furniture and its attendant hazards, fakers, detecting alterations, etc. "Literate and entertaining, and even though the remarks are directed at the collector of English furniture, students of American objects can profit by many of the general observations" -Ames & Ward.

Hardcover. 8"x10.5", 168 pages plus 288 black & white plates. Covers lightly dusty, some splits to the cloth along the hinges. Pages lightly toned.

Inventory #: 34539
Price: $ 250.00      



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