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MAKING ANTIQUE FURNITURE REPRODUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS AND MEASURED DRAWINGS FOR 4

MAKING ANTIQUE FURNITURE REPRODUCTIONS: INSTRUCTIONS AND MEASURED DRAWINGS FOR 4
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Chapters on hardware, finishing and useful fundamentals. Projects are nested tables, Queen Anne Tea Table, Queen Anne Pembroke Table, Sheraton Table, Queen Anne Lowboy, Sheraton Bench. Projects include step by step procedures, measured drawings, full explanations, 411 illustrations and 100 photos. More projects including a Chippendale partners desk, Hepplewhite four-poster bed, and much more.

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