7 edition of Scottish vernacular furniture found in the catalog.
Scottish vernacular furniture
Bernard D. Cotton
Includes bibliographical references (p. 292-298) and index.
|Statement||Bernard D. Cotton.|
|LC Classifications||NK2534.S26 C68 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||2008901128|
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To appreciate some Scottish vernacular furniture we have to enter with sympathy into the world of crofters in a bleak landscape up to two hundred years ago, a world that has ceased to exist.
Other Scottish pieces come form a setting of prosperous Lowland by: 1. Buy Scottish Vernacular Furniture 01 by Bernard D. Cotton (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(12). This book represents thirty years of research into the vernacular furniture traditions of Scotland from the end of the 17th century on Scottish vernacular furniture book the 20th century.
As in the rest of Britain and Europe, such furniture formed part of the distinctive culture of a place, in a similar way to local architecture, dialects and customs.
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These structures were built along the Scottish-English borders as a primary means of. To appreciate some Scottish vernacular furniture we have to enter with sympathy into the world of crofters in a bleak landscape up to two hundred years ago, a world that has ceased to exist.
Other Scottish pieces come form a setting of prosperous Lowland comfort. This book represents thirty years of research into the vernacular furniture traditions of Scotland from the end of the 17th century on into the 20th century.
As in the rest of Britain and Europe, such furniture formed Scottish vernacular furniture book of the distinctive culture of a place, in a similar way to local architecture, dialects and customs.4/5(1). Published to coincide with the opening of V&A Dundee, this is the first major survey of Scottish design history from to the present day.
This inspiring and hugely varied volume Scottish vernacular furniture book more than sixty disciplines, from early manuscripts and vernacular furniture to urban planning, textile design, the emergence of videogame development in Dundee, and Scotland’s role as a.
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Published to coincide with the opening of the V&A Museum of Design, Dundee, this is the first major survey of Scottish design history from to present day.
This inspiring and hugely varied volume explores, chronologically, over 60 themes, from early manuscripts and vernacular furniture to urban planning, textile design, the emergence of videogame development [ ]. Scottish Vernacular Furniture. by Cotton, Bernard D.
The most complete and authoritative study available of regional furniture design and use in Scotland. Furniture. Good (G): Average used book with all pages present.
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In Scottish vernacular basketry, materials exemplify this kind of limitation, varying according to locality, and including recently imported basket-stuffs such as rattan. While the most common British basketry materials are willow and rush, in the Highlands and Islands these are less common, and makers work with what is available, including Cited by: 3.
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5/5(3). “Scottish Vernacular Furniture” by Bernard D. Cotton is another well-researched, well written and profusely illustrated book on Scotland’s user made furniture (beds and cradles, storage and display, seating furniture).
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