Constructing Medieval Furniture: Plans and Instructions with Historical Notes

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Stackpole Books, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 180 pages
This book offers you designs for building sixteen reproductions of furnishings from the Middle Ages. The detailed plans are based on careful study and measurement of rare originals, and the complete, step-by-step instructions, materials lists, and notes on woodworking, metalworking, and finishes provide you with the means of recreating these pieces accurately in your own home shop.

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User Review  - Wprecht - LibraryThing

An interesting book. If you are a woodworker looking to make something from this, it's better than nothing, but treat the plans with great care. Some of the measurements are off and, for example, the ... Read full review

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Daniel Diehl has collaborated with Mark Donnelly on 18 books and more than 100 hours of documentary television, including programs for the Discovery, History, and Biography channels.

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