Cabinetwork and Joinery: Comprising Designs and Details of Construction, with 2021 Working Drawings and Twelve Coloured Plates

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Paul Nooncree Hasluck
Cassell and compnay, limited, 1907 - Cabinetwork - 568 pages
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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 559 - Figs. 1999 to 2001 is 6 ft. long by 3 ft. wide, and 2 ft. 6 in. high ; but if required, it may be enlarged to 9 ft.
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.
Page 447 - Seat. four pieces 1 ft. 9 in. by 3 in. by 1J in. ; four pieces 1 ft. 9 in. by 3 in. by 1 in.

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