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English Furniture
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John Bly
The story of English furniture begins in the sixteenth century, when crude medieval tables and stools gave way to more sophisticated, jointed designs. This book reveals that the Tudor furniture...
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Uniforms & Equipment of the British...
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Stephen J. Chambers
This book contains over 600 rare and never before published photographs of the British Soldier in World War I. The quality images selected were photographed in peace...
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500 Wedding Rings: Celebrating a...
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Lark Books
Wedding rings symbolise commitment and eternal love - but in the hands of the world's most creative jewellers they become works of art. This title showcases a collection of contemporary...
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