Item #61845 Japanese papermaking: traditions, tools, and techniques. Timothy Barrett.
Japanese papermaking: traditions, tools, and techniques
Japanese papermaking: traditions, tools, and techniques
Japanese papermaking: traditions, tools, and techniques
Japanese papermaking: traditions, tools, and techniques

A special Christmas present for Kim Merker

Japanese papermaking: traditions, tools, and techniques

New York: Weatherhill, 1983. First edition, 4to, pp. x, 317, [1]; 3 paper samples tipped in, 167 illustrations, including 90 photographs. This copy with 21 extra paper samples bound in at the front (actually 3 samples but 7 examples of each), plus a specially tipped-in printed presentation leaf reading: "Christmas Day 1985 / For Kim Merker / in appreciation for bringing us to Iowa City" signed in ink "Timothy D. Barrett [and] Bill Anthony." Bound in blue niger-backed speckled paper-covered boards, gilt-lettered direct on spine, beige linen clamshell box with leather label on spine. From the library of Kim Merker. Barrett, of course, the MacArthur Award-winning papermaker, and the book binder, Bill Anthony. A practical guidebook, with an appendix on how to use Western fibers in the Japanese process. Item #61845

Price: $2,000.00

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