An Aesthetic Conversion, being independent notes by Joseph Thorp. 8vo, 18cm, pp.22 + ad + colophon, London: Published at 'The sign of the Four Poster' by heal & Son, Tottenham Court Road, (c.1912).
Set in Caslon type at the Arden Press, Letchworth, and printed in black and red on handmade paper. Illustrated with 10 full-page and 3 smaller drawings of furniture by E. Fletcher-Clayton (and others), variously titled 'Chintz and Mahogany', 'New but not New Art', 'A Victorian Horror', etc. Linen-backed grey paper-covered boards with printed label superimposed. Stanley scott copy with his book label at the rear. A very good copy indeed.
Examples of Fletcher-Clayton's work are held in the V&A.