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Author Cellini, Benvenuto, 1500-1571, author.
Uniform Title Trattati dell' oreficeria e della scultura. English
Title The treatises of Benvenuto Cellini on goldsmithing and sculpture.
Spine Title Cellini's treatises
Publisher [London] : Published by Edward Arnold, 37 Bedford Street, Strand, 1898.


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Descript xiv pages, 1 unnumbered leaf, 164 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves, 11 plates : illustrations ; 31 cm
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Note Imprint from colophon: "Made into English from the Italian of the Marcian codex by C. R. Ashbee, and printed by him at the Guild's Press at Essex House, with the assistance of Laurence Hodson who sought to keep living the traditions of good printing refounded by William Morris, the master craftsman, and likewise of T. Binning & J. Tippett, compositors, and S. Mowlem, pressman, who came to Essex House from the Kelmscott Press to that end. Begun April, 1898; finished October, 1898."
"A glossary of Italian technical terms for the use of students": pages 147-164.
Number 11 of a limited edition of 600.
Ownership and Custodial History Inscription on front paste-down: Howard Costello, Hessle 15.IV.19. Believed to William Howard Costello, son of Frederick Costello of West Hill Lodge, Hessle.
Copy and Version Identification Note Some foxing. Binding worn; boards warped.
Binding Information Brown oilcloth binding. Paper title panel pasted to spine: "Cellini's treatises" in black-printed letters and Guild of Handicraft flower motif designed by Ashbee. Deckle-edged pages.
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Author Cellini, Benvenuto, 1500-1571, author.
Subject Goldwork -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
Sculpture -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
Silverwork -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
Fine books -- England -- 19th century -- Specimens.
Rare books and special collections.
Alt author Ashbee, C. R. (Charles Robert), 1863-1942, translator.
Costello, William Howard, 1895- former owner.
Essex House Press, printer.
Guild of Handicraft (London, England), associated with manifestation.
Spine Title Cellini's treatises
Descript xiv pages, 1 unnumbered leaf, 164 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves, 11 plates : illustrations ; 31 cm
Content text txt
still image
Media unmediated n
Carrier volume nc
Note Imprint from colophon: "Made into English from the Italian of the Marcian codex by C. R. Ashbee, and printed by him at the Guild's Press at Essex House, with the assistance of Laurence Hodson who sought to keep living the traditions of good printing refounded by William Morris, the master craftsman, and likewise of T. Binning & J. Tippett, compositors, and S. Mowlem, pressman, who came to Essex House from the Kelmscott Press to that end. Begun April, 1898; finished October, 1898."
"A glossary of Italian technical terms for the use of students": pages 147-164.
Number 11 of a limited edition of 600.
Ownership and Custodial History Inscription on front paste-down: Howard Costello, Hessle 15.IV.19. Believed to William Howard Costello, son of Frederick Costello of West Hill Lodge, Hessle.
Copy and Version Identification Note Some foxing. Binding worn; boards warped.
Binding Information Brown oilcloth binding. Paper title panel pasted to spine: "Cellini's treatises" in black-printed letters and Guild of Handicraft flower motif designed by Ashbee. Deckle-edged pages.
Author Cellini, Benvenuto, 1500-1571, author.
Subject Goldwork -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
Sculpture -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
Silverwork -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
Fine books -- England -- 19th century -- Specimens.
Rare books and special collections.
Alt author Ashbee, C. R. (Charles Robert), 1863-1942, translator.
Costello, William Howard, 1895- former owner.
Essex House Press, printer.
Guild of Handicraft (London, England), associated with manifestation.
Spine Title Cellini's treatises
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Rare Books 7th Floor  sq NK 7104 C3  NOT FOR LOAN  ASK AT HDC

Subject Goldwork -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
Sculpture -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
Silverwork -- Technique -- Early works to 1800.
Fine books -- England -- 19th century -- Specimens.
Rare books and special collections.
Descript xiv pages, 1 unnumbered leaf, 164 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves, 11 plates : illustrations ; 31 cm
Content text txt
still image
Media unmediated n
Carrier volume nc
Note Imprint from colophon: "Made into English from the Italian of the Marcian codex by C. R. Ashbee, and printed by him at the Guild's Press at Essex House, with the assistance of Laurence Hodson who sought to keep living the traditions of good printing refounded by William Morris, the master craftsman, and likewise of T. Binning & J. Tippett, compositors, and S. Mowlem, pressman, who came to Essex House from the Kelmscott Press to that end. Begun April, 1898; finished October, 1898."
"A glossary of Italian technical terms for the use of students": pages 147-164.
Number 11 of a limited edition of 600.
Ownership and Custodial History Inscription on front paste-down: Howard Costello, Hessle 15.IV.19. Believed to William Howard Costello, son of Frederick Costello of West Hill Lodge, Hessle.
Copy and Version Identification Note Some foxing. Binding worn; boards warped.
Binding Information Brown oilcloth binding. Paper title panel pasted to spine: "Cellini's treatises" in black-printed letters and Guild of Handicraft flower motif designed by Ashbee. Deckle-edged pages.
Alt author Ashbee, C. R. (Charles Robert), 1863-1942, translator.
Costello, William Howard, 1895- former owner.
Essex House Press, printer.
Guild of Handicraft (London, England), associated with manifestation.

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