The Worldwide History of Dress

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Author: Patricia Rieff Anawalt
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Hard Cover

2007 First Edition

Publisher - Thames and Hudson.
Cover is hard bound in grey cloth. Very good condition. Ex-Library but discreetly stamped. well kept copy.
Dust Jacket is present. Good condition.
End Papers are intact, with cloth design on both.
Preliminaries – Frontispiece: Dress, Ramallah. Table of Contents; Preface; Introduction.
Main Text Body - 608 Pages.
Fine and clean.  Profusely illustrated. 

End Matters – Notes; Bibliography; Glossary; Picture Credits; Acknowledgements; Index.
Edges are even and unworn. Library stamp on top edge.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Gilt lettering.
Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

 From Upper Peleolithic plant-fibre skirts, Ancient Egyptian linen shifts and Roman togas, through Mongolian shamanic robes, Japanes kimonos and Indian saris, to nineteenth century Tyrolean dirndls, African ceremonial attire and Middle Eastern burqas, this book covers every notable geographical region, historical period and style of costume worldwide.

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