Constructing Medieval Furniture: Plans and Instructions with Historical Notes

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Stackpole Books, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 180 pages
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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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Contents

Woodworking Notes
1
Metalworking Notes
7
Finishes
17
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Daniel Diehl has been an author, writer and investigative historian for thirty-five years. For nearly twenty years Diehl has been involved in writing for publication and documentary television production. Mr. Diehl's work has won awards from the Houston (Texas) Film Festival, the National Trust for Historic Preservation (US) and the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Arts Foundation. Working alone and as a part of the multi-award winning team of Daniel Diehl and Mark Donnelly, Diehl has produced work in two main categories; trade publication and television documentary scripts. His canon of work includes twenty non-fiction books (which have been translated into ten foreign languages), one previous work of fiction and scripts for more than one hundred and seventy hours of documentary television primarily for A&E Network, The History Channel, History International, Biography Channel and Discovery Network.

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