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VG. Blue cloth boards, pictorial dust jacket. 392 pp. Profusely illustrated. Examines the influence of modernism upon industrially produced silverware made in the United States from 1925 to 2000. Produced in conjunction with the exhibition organized by the Dallas Museum of Art. The exhibition also traveled to Smithsonian American Art Museum, Nevada Museum of Art, Florida International University, and the Dixon Gallery and Gardens in Memphis TN from 2005-2007. 20th century design. industrial design, This is a great book if you are interested in a historical review of American silver designs during the twilight years of the industry. It is a beautiful book, resplendent with myriad designs of varying popularity, many will turn the heads of those casually flipping through. I recommend this book either for the true art historian, or as a great replacement for national geographic magazines on someone's coffee table, where the book itself is a fine piece of art.
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