My Grandmother Had One of Those: How to Identify, Collect, & Protect Australian Furniture 1900-1940 by Lyndall Smith (Second Hand Book)

SECOND HAND BOOK

‘My Grandmother Had One of Those’ is about a much-loved but seldom-written-about period in Australian furniture-making: 1900 – 1940. Covering the Arts and Crafts Period through to Art Deco, and beautifully illustrated with pictures from the 1916 ‘Grace Bros catalogue’ and ‘Carter’s Price Guide to Antiques in Australia’, ‘My Grandmother Had One of Those’ shows you how to:
– tell the real thing from a reproduction
– date a piece of furniture
– judge a fair price
– recognise handmade furniture
– identify timbers
– restore and care for timber furniture

Paperback, 152pp, 1997.

$15.00

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SECOND HAND BOOK

‘My Grandmother Had One of Those’ is about a much-loved but seldom-written-about period in Australian furniture-making: 1900 – 1940. Covering the Arts and Crafts Period through to Art Deco, and beautifully illustrated with pictures from the 1916 ‘Grace Bros catalogue’ and ‘Carter’s Price Guide to Antiques in Australia’, ‘My Grandmother Had One of Those’ shows you how to:
– tell the real thing from a reproduction
– date a piece of furniture
– judge a fair price
– recognise handmade furniture
– identify timbers
– restore and care for timber furniture

Paperback, 152pp, 1997.

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Weight 0.500 kg
Dimensions 24.5 × 19 × 1 cm

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