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Making Authentic Craftsman Furniture (Furniture Making)by Gustav Stickley
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Make authentic reproductions of handsome, functional, durable furniture based on Gustav Stickley's classic designs: tables, chairs, wall cabinets, desks, a hall tree, and more. Complete construction plans include drawings, schematics, dimensions, and lumber specs all reprinted from 1900s The Craftsman magazine.
The simple, straighforward projects reprinted here — exquisite examples of Stickley's classic designs — first appeared in Craftsman magazines between 1903 and 1907. Included are projects large and small enough to satisfy the household needs and creative urges of any woodworkers.
Construction plans with drawings, schematics, dimensions, and lumber specs accompany each of the 62 projects, among them handsome, functional dining tables, chairs, piano bench, magazine cabinet, wall and mantel clocks, a porch swing, wall cabinets, desks, hall tree, bookcases, bedsteads, and more. For antique collectors, furniture restorers, and woodworkers at all levels of expertise.
Make reproductions of handsome, durable furniture. Construction plans with drawings, schematics, dimensions, lumber specs from The Craftsman.
About the Author
Furniture maker and architect Gustav Stickley (1858-1942) was a leading spokesman for the American Craftsman movement, a design trend descended directly from the British Arts and Crafts movement.
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