The art of the plasterer: an account of the decorative development of the craft, chiefly in England from the XVIth to the XVIIIth century, with chapters on the stucco of the classic period and of the Italian renaissance, also on sgraffito, pargetting, Scottish, Irish and modern plasterwork
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Houses and Carved Furniture drawn by Mr Maurice B Adams F R I B A Mr Sydney Vacher
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