"Nangsu Fabergé" with Other Nonfiction Including Art, History, and Philosophy
|Title and Author/Editor:||Nangsu Fabergé (Edited by Busaya Krairiksh, 1983), Art and the Intellect (Harold Taylor, 1960), How to Travel Incognito (Ludwig Bemelmans, 2001), Emily Post’s Etiquette (Emily Post, 1955), Brush (Daniel Rozensztroch and Shiri Slavin, 2005), Mark Hampton: The Art of Friendship (Duane Hampton, 2001), On the Origin of Tepees: The Evolution of Ideas (and Ourselves) (Jonnie Hughes, 2011), Souvenirs de St. Barth (Judy Campbell, 2002), Housebeautiful Art: Decorating with Art at Home (Hearst Communications Inc., 2001), Wisdom: 365 Thoughts from Indian Masters (Danielle and Olivier Föllmi, 2004)|
|Genre:||Art and Photography, Humor, Antiques and Collectibles, History, Philosophy|
|Dust Jacket:||Yes, No|
|Publisher:||Hearst Books, Funk & Wagnalls, Free Press, HarperCollins, Abrams, Pointed Leaf Press, Prion, Museum of Modern Art|
|Number of Books:||10|
|Additional Notes:||Nangsu Fabergé is written in Thai and English. Also included in this lot is a vinyl record of the Une danse des bouffons soundtrack.|
- Please note that records, cassettes, CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes, and all other forms of audio and video recording are not tested for functionality.
- shaken but tight bindings, loose hinges, page toning, edge and dust jacket wear, bowing, and bumped and cocked spines; some mold to Emily Post’s Etiquette.
- measures Nangsu Fabergé.