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Woodworking and Furniture Repair: Repairs and Utilities By United States. Army
eBook (ePub): $8.99
TM 5-613 Woodworking And Furniture Repair - Repairs And Utilities, 1946-06-01 CONTENTS Paragraphs Page CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION 1-2 1 CHAPTER 2. WOOD 3-8 2 CHAPTER 3. FURNITURE CONSTRUCTION 9-10 10... More > CHAPTER 4. WOODWORKING! MACHINERY 64 Section I. INTRODUCTION 11 64 II. CIRCULAR SAW BENCHES 12-22 64 III. OVERARM SAW 23-35 76 IV. WOOD JOINTER 36-40 84 V. SINGLE SURFACER 41-43 88 VI. WOOD SHAPER 44-46 93 VII. BAND SAW 47-48 96 VIII. HOLLOW-CHISlEL MORTISER 49-50 100 IX. WOOD LATHE 51-53 103 CHAPTER 5. GLUES AND GLUING TECHNIQUE 54-61 108 CHAPTER 6. WOOD FURNITURE 62-68 114 CHAPTER 7. UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE 69-74 117 CHAPTER 8. REFINISHING 75-80 120 CHAPTER 9. METAL FURNITURE 81 126 APPENDIX I. DEFINITIONS 126 II. REFERENCES 127< Less
James Mont: The King Cole Penthouse By Todd Merrill
Paperback: $49.95
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The first book devoted to James Mont, the important and uniquely American Mid-Century interior and furniture designer. He established his reputation in America for creating custom clandestine bars... More > during prohibition for Hollywood stars and East Coast mobsters. By the mid-thirties he had a thriving design business based in New York City. His aesthetic was defined by combining post-Deco glamour with Oriental accents such as exotic finishes, smoked mirrors, and an abundance of silver and gilt. His characteristic designs often refashioned Asian motives, a transformation Mont described as “Chinese Modern”. It was very common for one of his creations to have more than a dozen layers of lacquer and/or gold leaf.< Less
James Mont: The King Cole Penthouse By Todd Merrill
Hardcover: $66.55
Prints in 3-5 business days
The first book devoted to James Mont, the important and uniquely American Mid-Century interior and furniture designer. He established his reputation in America for creating custom clandestine bars... More > during prohibition for Hollywood stars and East Coast mobsters. By the mid-thirties he had a thriving design business based in New York City. His aesthetic was defined by combining post-Deco glamour with Oriental accents such as exotic finishes, smoked mirrors, and an abundance of silver and gilt. His characteristic designs often refashioned Asian motives, a transformation Mont described as “Chinese Modern”. It was very common for one of his creations to have more than a dozen layers of lacquer and/or gold leaf.< Less