This miniature binding has been sewn on tapes, laced in, with silk endbands. The gilding has been done by Myles at Marchetti Brothers. The outer and inner boards are covered in full goatskin with leather onlays and gold, palladium, and colored foil tooling. The flyleaves are Curwen decorated and Twinrocker handmade papers. A cloth and leather push-out book type box has a stamped leather label. The volume's Edwardian verse describes a woman with an overbrimming wardrobe, but still with "nothing to wear." The design shows the woman in her dressing gown, her arms up in despair, while the leather doublures illustrate various pieces of clothing thrown in the air.
William H. A. Butler. Nothing to Wear. Fullerton, California: Lorson's Books & Prints, 1982.
Butler, William H. A. , “Fox example,” Bridwell Library Special Collections Exhibitions, accessed December 7, 2022, https://bridwell.omeka.net/items/show/2153.