Chinese Floral Giftwrap Paper: Four Different Designs on Four 18"X24" Sheets with Four Matching Gift Cards

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Courier Corporation, Feb 1, 1991 - 4 pages
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Four sheets based on noted Victorian designer's masterly reproductions of authentic Chinese ornamentation and design feature dazzling full-color displays of peonies, roses, morning glories, other flowers. Papers also ideal for bookbinding, picture framing, etc. Four different full-color 18" x 24" sheets come with four matching gift cards. The sheets are shrink-wrapped in a sturdy 9 1/4" x 12 1/4" folder, with no staples to mar the attractiveness of the wrap. Best of all, this giftwrap is just a fraction of the price of products available in stationery stores.
 

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Owen Jones was an architect and designer who taught at the South Kensington School of Design, London, during the 1850s and served as joint architect of the Great Exhibition of 1851. The following year he was appointed Director of Decorations for the new Crystal Palace exhibition in Sydenham, south London. The Grammar of Ornament, his legacy to designers, quickly acquired the status of a classic. He died in 1874. Iain Zaczek, who has contributed the commentaries, is an art historian who graduated from Wadham College, Oxford University, and the Courtauld Institute, London. He has written on a wide variety of topics, but his special interest is in nineteenth-century art. He is the author of The Essential William Morris, The Essential Art Deco, and The Art of Illuminated Manuscripts.

Elaine Norman is a professor of social work at Fordham University and has authored or coauthored several books, including "Filial Deprivation and Foster Care" and "Beyond Placement: Mothers Look at Foster Care," both published by Columbia.

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