<< Search Results
Bookmark and Share

 

Core Record

Title The Book of Common Prayer
Collection Central Saint Martins Museum and Study Collection
Maker The Book of Common Prayer
Date 1790
Id Number Current Accession MIS.118
Id Number Current Repository 928768525
Inscription Accession no. 18134
Location Creation Site Oxford
Notes Likely to have been purchased as a teaching example by Douglas Cockerell. Bookbinding classes were established under Douglas B. Cockerell in 1897. In 1905 it was followed by printing and typography headed by J.H. Mason of the Doves Press who was responsible for the revival of printing practice and standards and ran the Day Technical School for Printing Apprentices. Other members of the Doves Press joined him including Peter McLeish who took over Binding in 1907. The School of Book Production achieved an international reputation. Very ornate binding; sewn on 4 sewing stations; full bound in grained red morocco; head bands of multi-coloured silk; central black morocco oval onlay, with green morocco oval onlay with flame design round the edge, angels on the back, more angels and JHS in centre; gold tooled key pattern rolled borders with angels in the corners; 6 panels on spine interspersed with ornate pallet lines and oval motifs in each panel.
Object Notes The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church according to the Church of England; together with the psalter or psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches; and the form or manner of making, ordaining, and consecrating of bishops, priests and deacons.
Renumbered B.428 - previously B.144 (Dewey No. 264.03)
Publisher W.Jackson & A. Hamilton
Rights University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins Museum and Study Collection
Work Type Miscellaneous
 

 

 

 

about        contact        terms of use        image credits        Cookies        © 2013