1899 Evangeline by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Art Nouveau Fine Binding

1899 Evangeline by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Art Nouveau Fine Binding

1908 Cape Cod by Henry David Thoreau - Margaret Armstrong Binding

1908 Cape Cod by Henry David Thoreau - Margaret Armstrong Binding

Det antikke spisebordet i jugendstil kan trekkes ut i det uendelige. Bildene på veggen er av trærne utenfor vinduet, og er tatt av eieren selv. Lampen i taket er den populære Maskros fra Ikea. I hjørnet mellom vinduene har litteratur og musikk fått sin plass, i form av bøker, CD-plater og et stort flygel.

Det antikke spisebordet i jugendstil kan trekkes ut i det uendelige. Bildene på veggen er av trærne utenfor vinduet, og er tatt av eieren selv. Lampen i taket er den populære Maskros fra Ikea. I hjørnet mellom vinduene har litteratur og musikk fått sin plass, i form av bøker, CD-plater og et stort flygel.

heaveninawildflower:  Cover of ‘The Garden’ (1874). Office - Covent Garden, London. archive.org

heaveninawildflower: Cover of ‘The Garden’ (1874). Office - Covent Garden, London. archive.org

Asia by Henry Augustus, London, Stanford 1882

Asia by Henry Augustus, London, Stanford 1882

Silver clasps - Dutch Bible (1753) - Binding in Rococo-stitch

Silver clasps - Dutch Bible (1753) - Binding in Rococo-stitch

Monksbury College by Sarah Doudney, London: Sunday School Union c1879 | Beautiful Antique Books

Monksbury College by Sarah Doudney, London: Sunday School Union c1879 | Beautiful Antique Books

Silver book-cover = Ulm (1750)

Silver book-cover = Ulm (1750)

Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892). Morte d’Arthur, a Poem. London, Chatto & Windus, 1912. Colophon: “Here ends Morte d’Arthur, a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson as designed, written out, and illuminated by Alberto Sangorski; and reproduced in facsimile by Messrs Chatto & Windus, 111 St. Martin’s Lane London, MCMXII.” 14 leaves (24 pages). Onlaid morocco binding by Riviere & Son with morocco onlay doublures and watered silk free endleaves.

Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892). Morte d’Arthur, a Poem. London, Chatto & Windus, 1912. Colophon: “Here ends Morte d’Arthur, a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson as designed, written out, and illuminated by Alberto Sangorski; and reproduced in facsimile by Messrs Chatto & Windus, 111 St. Martin’s Lane London, MCMXII.” 14 leaves (24 pages). Onlaid morocco binding by Riviere & Son with morocco onlay doublures and watered silk free endleaves.

Ca. 1885 William Shakespeare - Selected Dramatic Poetry - Publisher's Decorative Cloth

Ca. 1885 William Shakespeare - Selected Dramatic Poetry - Publisher's Decorative Cloth

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