New Mexican Furniture, 1600-1940: The Origins, Survival, and Revival of Furniture Making in the Hispanic Southwest
Sumptuously illustrated, this is the most complete book on Spanish Colonial and revival-period furniture in New Mexico.
19 pages matching open mortise-and-tenon joints in this book
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