Medieval & Renaissance Furniture: Plans & Instructions for Historical Reproductions

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Stackpole Books, Aug 1, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 336 pages
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36 projects for historic benches, chairs, tables, cupboards, chests, shelves, beds, and doors, all done with simple woodworking tools.
 

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Whoever loves medieval furniture and construction techniques are onto a winner with this book.
The descriptions are tactile, concise, and forms a really interesting must have for any medieval enthusiast. I rate this as superb!

Contents

Notes on Furniture Making 1
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Projects 17
17
Sources 321
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Furniture Locations 322
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Metric Conversion Chart 323
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Index 324
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Back Cover
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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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