Cabinetwork and Joinery: Comprising Designs and Details of Construction, with 2021 Working Drawings and Twelve Coloured Plates
Paul Nooncree Hasluck
Cassell and compnay, limited, 1907 - Cabinetwork - 568 pages
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angle back edge back rail balusters bead bevelled blocks bottom rail brackets bradded brass Cabinet carcase carved centre chamfered corners cornice cupboard deep desk divisions door dovetailed dowelled drawer fronts f-in face fillets finished fitted fixed flap flush frame front edge front elevation front rail gauge glass glue glued grooved hardwood hinged holes Horizontal Section inside J-in joints lJ-in lower mahogany mirror mitered mitre mortices mortised and tenoned moulding muntins nailed ornamental Overdoor Overmantel ovolo panel Pedestal Pedestal Desk pediment pieces pilasters pillars pine pins planed plate plinth ploughed polished Portable Desk posts rebate plane rebated round runners Screen screwed secured shaped shelf shelves shown in Fig shows Side Elevations side rails Sideboard square Stand stiles stuff sunk thick tongued top and bottom top edge top rail tray upper uprights Vertical Section Wardrobe Washstand wide width wood Writing Table
Page 526 - The wall or screen at the back of an Altar, seat, &c. ; it was usually ornamented with panelling, &c., especially behind an Altar, and sometimes was enriched with a profusion of niches, buttresses, pinnacles, statues, and other decorations, which were often painted with brilliant colours...
Page 106 - The upright corner posts on the opposite side to the door are 1$ in. square, with the inside corners bevelled off, as at D (Fig.
Page 102 - Before finally gluing together, the satinwood stringing on the outside faces of the legs, and the fan pattern at the ends of the rails, must be inlaid.
Page 146 - The rack is' 3 ft. wide at the top and 1 ft. 6 in. at the bottom, and has a total height of 4 ft.
Page 102 - In the centre is a fan-shaped patera 6 in. in diameter. This ornament may be obtained from inlayers, or it may be omitted.
Page 106 - Two shelves are required opposite the cross bars ; these may be of pine, covered with a suitable shade of velveteen, the bottom of the carcase being covered with the same material.