CRAFTSMANSHIP IN COMPETITIVE INDUSTRY

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CRAFTSMANSHIP IN COMPETITIVE INDUSTRY

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A Record of the Workshops of the Guild of Handicraft And Some Deductions from Their Twenty-one Years of Experience
By CR Ashbee MA
Ashbee's account of the formation of the Guild and its activities including philosophy and esthetic. Photographic illustrations of examples of products building and life at the Guild. Ashbee saw the workshop as the basic economic unit addressing problems of society, industry and design in the tradition of British socialism linked to John Ruskin and William Morris.

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