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Inventory Books Catalogue
Catalogue with Prices
(Classic and Keisho)

$20 plus shipping and handling;
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Our full 44 page color catalogue that shows examples of our current production photos and sketches. It represents the past and present, and guidelines for the future. Some of the older designs, once discontinued, have been revived, while the traditional ones remain unaltered.
Inventory Books Soulofatree
The Soul of a Tree
by George Nakashima

$48 plus shipping and handling;
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Partly autobiographical, partly a how-to book for woodworkers, George Nakashima's single literary opus has inspired generations of architects, furniture-makers, and collectors around the world. In this lavishly illustrated volume, George Nakashima gives us an intimate look at his artistry, philosophy, and personal history. Published by Kodansha in 1981.
Inventory Books Natureformspirit
Nature, Form & Spirit: The Life
and Legacy of George Nakashima

by Mira Nakashima

$85 plus shipping and handling;
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An Intimate Portrait of Renowned Furniture Designer George Nakashima. Acclaimed furniture designer George Nakashima (1905-1990) made boldly original pieces prized for their superb craftsmanship and their organic use of the natural lines and grain of wood. Today his beautiful creations are avidly sought by private collectors and are housed in museum collections all over the world. Nature, Form, And Spirit: The Life and Legacy of George Nakashima written by his daughter, the noted designer Mira Nakashima, is the most revealing look we have ever had at this woodworking genius and his profound influence on contemporary design. Published by Harry N. Abrams in 2003.