Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 1

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Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 1 was the second volume in the Encyclopedia of Silk Magic series of books by Harold Rice published in Template:Book.

It took over eight years to prepare this first volume with ten chapters including:

  • The Romantic Story of Silk
  • How to Dye Your Own Silks
  • Methods of Folding Silks
  • Production Methods (with and without apparatus; single silks and quantity productions)
  • Vanishes; Changes; and Transpositions.

The text was hand lettered and illustrated (over 1800) by Francis Martineau.

It received both the Sphinx and Genii awards for Best Book of The Year.

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