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October 2011

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New Arts & Crafts Textiles

by Patricia Poore
Enjoy these fine examples from today’s Revival artisans: rugs, pillows, period-inspired fabrics, even embroidery kits. All suitable for your Craftsman house, bungalow, Spanish or Tudor Revival.
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Caring for Vintage Textiles

by Patricia Poore
Here’s advice straight from the experts, specific to the cleaning, care and conservation of pillows and covers (and related textiles)...followed by carpets.
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Easy Craftsman Era Curtains

by Brian D. Coleman
Today’s restorations often overlook curtains, yet no early 20th century interior would have been considered finished without them.
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Emmet’s Hill Wood and Glass LLC

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Exceptionally fine Art Objects of Wood, Stained Glass and Metal in the Arts & Crafts tradition. Everything is made by hand one at a time. Let's design something for your home.
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Art Glass Today

by Patricia Poore
Enjoy these editors’ picks of unique revival art glass objects, and then check out the online catalogs of the artisans who make them.
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Old Leaded Glass: Repair or replace?

by Brian D. Coleman
Your old art glass may be precious—or it might be the output of a turn-of-the-century factory. Either way, eventually it’s going to need repair.
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Mica, Slag, or Slumped—What kind of art glass is that?

by Mary Ellen Polson
The terms for American art glass may be baffling, but few other details are quite so transporting as these jewel-like treasures. Here’s a clear introduction to art glass of the early 20th century (and of today’s Arts & Crafts revival).
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