No. 2 of 15 volumes in the publication series "Scandinavian Journal of Design History" (ed. Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen).
132 pages, soft cover with flaps, 107 illustrations, 208 x 270 mm (1992)
Editorial, p. 5-6
Theophilus Hansen's model drawings - his contribution to an important Danish model book (by Ida Haugsted), p. 7-38
Beauty and taste - V. Christesen, jewelry and silver manufacturer, 1850-1900 (by Kirsten Rykind-Eriksen), p. 39-62
The pattern world of Thomas Wardle (by Elisabet Stavenow-Hidemark), p. 63-76
Pioneers - ideals and their application - studio pottery in Finland (by Harri Kalha), p. 77-90
Gunnar Cyrén - a Swedish designer (by Helena Dahlbäck Lutteman), p. 91-100
Lamb stew and lobster claws - Kristian Nilsson's jewelry (by Åke Livstedt), p. 101-106
Once again the Kinastol (by Kristian Jakobsen), p. 107-118
The crisis of modernist design pedagogy - and its (possibly) gratifying consequences for museums of applied art (by Jan Michl), p. 119-122
Book reviews, p. 123-130
Cover illustration: Kristian Nilsson: The Monster. Gold, silver, onyx, coral, and blue zircon, 1984. Designmuseum Danmark.
(Lamb stew and lobster claws - Kristian Nilsson's jewelry (by Åke Livstedt), p. 101-106)