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1st ed., 4to, illustrated boards. 285 pp. No. 518 of 800 copies. A comprehensive survey of PreColumbian, colonial and post-colonial silverware, object d’art, silver equipment and tack used by the gauchos, silver articles associated with mate and smoking. With historical data about mining in Peru, Chile, Uruguay and Brazil and alphabetical lists of silversmiths and their dates. Text in Spanish. Condition: Good: Covers are sound but worn on all edges and corners, discoloration to front and back panels. Text block is clean with no marks or tears but lightly shaken. Remnants of original glassine jacket remain inside front and back cover.
Title: Plateria Sudamericana [South American Silver]
Location Published: Buenos Aires Editores Peuser: 1941
Book Condition: Good
Categories: Art, Design & Architecture, Mexico, Central & South America, Archeology
Seller ID: k190711c
Keywords: argentina, jewelry, masks, mexico, mining, silver, south america