The Cape Copper-Smith


This is the fourth publication to appear in the Stellenbosch Museum’s “Cape”series.The Cape Copper-Smith provides information on those craftsmen who made the gleaming copper and brass utensils which formed such an essential part of the early Cape housewife’s kitchen;the tart pans,coffee-pots,konfore,chamber sticks,saucepans,kettles,skimmers and many other articles which have today become very valuable collector’s pieces.

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H/b in very nice clean printed boards,in a very good pictorial d/w,slightly shelf-rubbed.Size 11×8 pp 160,inc,index,sources,abbreviations,glossary,fully illustrated some in colour,with supporting text,diagrams,plans,coloured frontispiece,manufacturers addverts to both front and back p/d’s and f/ep’s.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Internaly clean and bright throughout. A v/g -v/g almost fine as new copy.


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