2 edition of brasses of England found in the catalog.
brasses of England
Herbert W. Macklin
Previous ed., Sonnenschein, 1890.
|Statement||by Herbert W. Macklin.|
|Series||The antiquary"s books|
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is a collection of images and links of medieval monumental tombs. Most of the monuments listed here are either effigies or brasses. The remainder are incised slabs, half-reliefs, and other miscellaneous representations. The current collection is focused on European monuments, from the 12th to 15th centuries. About this Item: David & Charles, Great Britain, Soft Cover. Condition: Good. 2nd Impression. Paperback. Sunned spine. Slight foxing to edge. This book is about all aspects of brasses - their design and development, how they were made, what they were for, how styles changed, how to make a brass rubbing, and in which churches the brasses are to be found.
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Brasses and brass rubbing in England Hardcover – January 1, by Jerome Bertram (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jerome Bertram Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(1).
A useful book covering horse brasses and other small collectables such as snuff boxes, tiles, pewter, loving cups etc etc.
A hardback book, pages, with many black and white plates and illustrations. Third edition, published in An ex library book, in good condition brasses of England book with.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Macklin, Herbert Walter, Brasses of England. East Ardsley, Eng: EP Pub. ; New York: British Book Centre, COVID Resources.
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In ancient Rome, horse harnesses were sometimes embellished with horse brasses known as phalerae, normally in bronze, cut or cast in the shape of a boss, disk, or crescent, most often used in pairs on a harness. In medieval England, decorative horse brasses were in use before the 12th century, serving as talismans and status symbols, but extensive, original research by members of the National.
A monumental brass is a type of engraved sepulchral brasses of England book which in the 13th century began to partially take the place of three-dimensional monuments and effigies carved in stone or wood.
Made of hard latten or sheet brass, let into the pavement, and thus forming no obstruction in the space required for the services of the church, they speedily came into general use, and continued to be a.
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Genuine horse brasses form part of our social history. They were worn on a daily basis by working horses owned by breweries, corporations, railways, privately owned businesses, trades etc. Jerome Bertram BRASSES AND BRASS RUBBING IN ENGLAND 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover Newton Abbot David & Charles Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust jacket.
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Monumental brasses are designed to inform and commemorate, they can also tell us much more about their times, such as the details of armour design, heraldry, social history, costume and the craft of brass-casting itself.
You can find more information on monumental brasses on the website of the The Monumental Brass Society. The Paperback of the Monumental Brasses Of England And The Art Of Brass Rubbing by Rev.
Herbert W. Macklin at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping Pages: About this Book Catalog Record Details. The brasses of England, by Herbert W. Macklin. With 85 illus. Macklin, Herbert Walter.
View full catalog record. A large number of brasses in England are palimpsests, the back of an ancient brass having been engraved for the more recent memorial. Thus a brass commemorative of Margaret Bulstrode () at Hedgerley, on being removed from its position, was discovered to have been previously the memorial of Thomas Totyngton, abbot of St Edmunds, Bury ().
About this Item: Pub not stated. ,December, paperback. Condition: Very Good. Original ed. VERY GOOD Condition PAPERBACK; inner back cover notes "DAVID ROBINSON of Bedford o, is 54 pages & shows 1/2" page tabs at nl publiher, etc, may have been removed by David Robinson in his pursuit to sell copies of the book himself.
Image, from Henry Trivick's The Picture Book of Brasses in Gilt () Anonymous civilian Lady, c, Little Walsingham, Norfolk (Tudor Dress, Hope Greenberg, University of Vermont) Image, from Henry Trivick's The Picture Book of Brasses in Gilt () Robert Attelath,King's Lynn, Norfolk (Mapping Margery Kempe, College of the Holy Cross).
Jerome joined the Society in at the age of 12 and published his first book entitled Brasses and Brass Rubbing in England () when just 21 years old. His publishing output was prolific.
Brass Rubbing in Sussex appeared in Lost Brasses () covered an innovative subject adorned with his skilful drawings. This work was in part. Monumental Brass Society, Monumental Brasses: The Portfolio Plates of the Monumental Brass Societyintroduced by M.W.
Norris (Woodbridge, ) Morley, H.T., ‘Notes on Arabic Numerals in Medieval England’, Berkshire Archaeol. J., 50 (), pp [incl. brasses]. I first readEngland, England five years ago, and decided to revisit in anticipation of hearing Julian Barnes in conversation (with Hermione Lee) this week in London () My rating increased by two stars.
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