5000 Indian Designs and Motifs

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Calcutta: nstitute of Art in Industry, 1965. The illustrations represent different types of Indian traditional designs and motifs which include those used for doll making, woodwork, jewellery, murals and painting etc. This copy has been professionally restored with new endpapers and tightening of the book block. CONDITION Original black cloth boards with heavy decoration, cnrs bumped with minor frays, slight fray to spine edges, mild page yellowing with some spots, some numbers inked to rear of title page, intro and notes plus 200 pages of col plates. A very good tight copy. Overweight. 2nd Edition. Cloth. Very Good++/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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