Woodbridge, Antique Collectors' Club, 2012. Cm. 31x24, pp. 231, figg. a col. e in nero n. t., cart. e sovrac.
This book outlines the development of pewter design from the Art Nouveau movement up to the Modernist period. The first book to examine the artists and manufactures working in this versatile material, it highlights the important factories and workshops of Germany, Britain, France, the Netherlands, Austria, Scandinavia, Japan, and America. With invaluable information on restoration, care and reproductions, the volume includes over 350 original photographs of outstanding examples of twentieth century pewter design.