American Lace & Lace-Makers.
New Haven: Yale University, 1924. Folio. Unpaginated, 110 plates. Spine ends and corners are rubbed and bumped, significant rubbing to spine and boards, very lightly shaken. Dampstain to lower corner of textblock, faint foxing to endpapers. Otherwise clean. Includes 110 duotone photographic plates of patterns and examples of lace plus an introduction. "It is affirmed there that no finer thread has ever been spun in the world than that of which an especially delicate piece of Peruvian weaving is made. The designs of these textiles are primitive but beautiful, and the colors are not surpassed for their quality and harmony by those of other country, though they are thousands of years old. Good Pictorial Cloth (Item ID: 68579)