London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
JONES, Owen (1809-74). The Grammar of Ornament, London: Day and Son, 1856. 2° (560 x 365mm). Additional chromolithographed title, title printed in red and black, 100 mostly chromolithographed plates by F. Bedford and Day and Son after Owen Jones and others. (Printed title spotted, light marginal soiling or spotting, tissue guards spotted.) Contemporary half morocco gilt, gilt edges (extremities quite rubbed). FIRST EDITION. Brunet III, 565.
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