Magnificent Miniatures: Inspiration and Technique for Grand Houses on a Small Scale

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Pavilion Books, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 143 pages
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Kevin Mulvany and Susie Rogers create some of the world’s most magnificent and coveted architectural miniatures. Museums and private collectors commission their beautiful work, which covers many periods and countries, and ranges from the double-horseshoe staircase that leads up to Fontainebleau to the outrageously decadent chandeliers at the Brighton Pavilion.  This beautifully illustrated book captures the full breadth of Mulvany and Rogers’ achievements, and reveals the techniques and materials they use to fashion their stunning recreations. Practical projects for the reader include wood paneling, parquet flooring, trompe l’oeil marbling, and much more.

 

 

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About the author (2008)

Kevin Mulvany and Susie Rogers specialise in bespoke miniature interpretations of buildings and their interiors. For over twenty years they have led their field, taking the quality of design, finish and detail to the highest levels. Their work is exhibited all over the world, especially the USA. Kevin and Susie live in Holt, Wiltshire

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