Linen the Emblem of Elegance. A Survey of Linen Manufacture from the Raw Material to the Finished Product, including a Brief History of Linen and a Dictionary of Linen Fabrics, Supplemented by Chapters on the Merchandising, Display, and Advertising of Linens in the Store.

By: DARBY, W. D.

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DARBY, W. D. Linen the Emblem of Elegance. A Survey of Linen Manufacture from the Raw Material to the Finished Product, including a Brief History of Linen and a Dictionary of Linen Fabrics, Supplemented by Chapters on the Merchandising, Display, and Advertising of Linens in the Store. By W. D. Darby. New York, Dry Goods Economist, 239 West 39th Street, 1926. 13.8 x 20cm. Bound brown cloth with gold lettering on spine and front cover, just starting the fray at spine ends and corners, light occasional foxing. Pagination: (6), 79pp. Includes: History of Linen; The Irish Linen Industry; Tlax and Its Characteristics; The World's Flax Supplies; How Lien is Woven; Weaves and Designs; Character and Uses of Linen Fabrics; among other chapters.

Title: Linen the Emblem of Elegance. A Survey of Linen Manufacture from the Raw Material to the Finished Product, including a Brief History of Linen and a Dictionary of Linen Fabrics, Supplemented by Chapters on the Merchandising, Display, and Advertising of Linens in the Store.

Author Name: DARBY, W. D.

Illustrator: New York

Categories: AGRICULTURE, 20TH CENTURY BOOKS,

Publisher: 1926

Binding: Bound brown cloth

Book Condition: with gold lettering on spine and front cover, just starting the fray at spine ends and corners, light occasional foxing.

Type: book

Size: 13.8 x 20cm.

Book Number: 16263

Keywords: Agriculture, flax, linen, linen industry