House of Cork Book
Item Code: litbo-hoc
- Cork, the environment, and history all come together in this captivating combination of factual storytelling and intriguing narrative, enlivened by a treasure-trove of imagery. House of Cork chronicles two primary themes.
First is the story of cork itself, from the history and harvesting to its many diverse and surprising uses. Second is the chronicle of five generations of one family's cork business, founded in the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1855.
For more details, visit the House of Cork website.
- Copyright © 2010 by Henry Jelinek IV
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Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication
Jelinek, Henry, 1944- House of cork : the buoyant history and current uses of a remarkable natural material from eco-friendly fashions to interior designs : an extraordinary saga of a family business spanning five generations from the Old World to the New / Henry Jelinek.
Printed on earth-friendly wood-free coated silk art paper with soy-based food-grade inks
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