041-Pendant lamp by Matifat of Paris - high resolution image from old book.
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|source info||Published before 1923.
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TITLE: Pendant lamp by Matifat of Paris.
COLLECTION: industrial arts of the nineteenth century. A series of illustrations of the choicest specimens produced by every nation, at the Great Exhibition of Works of Industry, 1851 ... By M. Digby Wyatt ...
DATES / ORIGIN:
Date Issued: 1851 - 1853
Publisher: Day and Son
Date Issued: 1853
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b13940317
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