6 edition of Forgotten Elegance found in the catalog.
by Greenwood Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||296|
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Forgotten Elegance is replete with photographs, diagrams and text culled from primary resources on the art of dining and entertaining.
Though this book is fairly pricey it is a TOP resource and owning a copy of this book will supplement any and every other book on the Victorian and Edwardian eras/5(10).
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Though this book is fairly pricey it is a TOP resource and owning a copy of this book will supplement any and every other book on the Victorian and Edwardian eras/5. A moderately interesting book, we walk through a self-made makeover as the main character (I've forgotten her name and the book is at the hotel) goes through a transformation after finding an old copy of a book on elegance from the 40s (?)/5.
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Forgotten Elegance: At a Victorian dinner party, woe betide the fool who used his pickle fork to eat his duck—or his strawberry fork to eat asparagus. By the time that era’s famous fussiness made its way to the table, any given meal might require as many as 5/5.
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Forgotten elegance: the art, artifacts, and peculiar history of Victorian and Edwardian entertaining in America. [Wendell Schollander; Wes Schollander] -- For collectors of 19th-century silver and china, or people interested in the etiquette of the period, the Schollanders draw from old etiquette books and other sources to explain how to entertain in.
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