Making Classic Carved Furniture: The Queen Anne Stool
Find, in this book, Tom Heller and Ron Clarkson sharing their techniques and expertise, going step by step through the process of making a carved Queen Anne foot stool. While complete instructions...
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Find, in this book, Tom Heller and Ron Clarkson sharing their techniques and expertise, going step by step through the process of making a carved Queen Anne foot stool. While complete instructions are given, the emphasis is on the beautiful carving that added such elegance to this period’s furniture.
The readers will learn which carving tools to use and how to apply them to this project. They will be able to follow the measured drawings of the project, and will be aided by the full-sized detailed drawings and the ample photography found within. Tom and Ron have covered every aspect so the readers can execute their own "works of art."
From cutting out the stock to applying the finish, no process has been left out. After finishing the project, the reader will be able to apply the knowledge gained here to other furniture projects. This is truly a book to be owned and enjoyed by anyone who enjoys working with wood and aspires to create beautiful pieces of furniture.
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