Making Shaker Furniture

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Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, 1990 - Art - 128 pages
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With something stunning for every room in the home, 13 categories of Shaker projects are offered here, all displayed in full-color photos. Take your choice of a variety of Looking Glasses, Oval Boxes, Sewing Stands, Hanging Candle Sconces, Drying Stands, Canterbury Step Chest, Drop Leaf Table, Dining Chairs, Rocking Chairs, and more. Complete plans, exploded diagrams, and step-by-step photos focus on the original techniques, so that your projects will be more authentically Shaker, in appearance and in spirit.

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Still waters run deep. Barry Jackson blends into a crowd'a suit with a briefcase, a CPA currently working as a CFO in a New York City law firm. But when you see beyond the exterior, unexpected things surface. Born in the south and making his way to Manhattan, Barry-s life experiences mirror those in the novel. Barry-s passion is life and living it. Writing is the tool he uses to share that passion. He-s published twice before'once for the American Bar Association and once for himself. This is his first work of fiction. Barry lives in Morristown, NJ, with his wife and son" and four cats.

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