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The Furniture Bible. -every thing you need to know to identify, restore, and care for furniture by Christophe Pourny with Jen Renzi published by Artisan Books. Download this ebook at: aracer.mobi?book= [PDF] Download The Furniture Bible: Everything You Need to Know. Furniture - [Free] The Furniture Bible Everything You Need To Know To Identify Restore Care For. Furniture [PDF] [EPUB] A general survey of.

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The larger subjects or classifications America, Chair, Construction, France, Gothic, Modern, Wood, and so on are treated at some length and are related to the arrangements of pictures. More than half of the book is devoted to photographs, in the hope of furniture sorely verification of periods, the inspiration of designs, the economies suggested by the aforemenNumber , a Gothic cupboard of Flamboyant style, is grouped with cabinets but is also listed by number under flamboyant. The sequence of types pictured in these groups is roughly based on the chronological development from the basis or prototype; it also seeks to demonstrate the flow of influences over national boundaries, and the bridge of time as well as locale in these developments. That omissions of more or less importance exist is a foregone conclusion, their importance depending on the point of view. The accuracy of material presented is often a matter of choosing between conflicting sources; for more palpable errors, I beg the reader's indulgence nature of materials, and so on. In preparing this work I have kept that need before me. Of course, a balanced condensation of the vast of furniture history and technique could not be achieved without the sacrifice of an infinity of detail, body and pertinent to the critic and the speseemed justified in the cause of compactness. If accuracy, accessibility and thoroughness could compensate for brevity and limited details, it seemed that a handy one-volume encyclopedia could prove useful and valuable for most needs. I have sought therefore to provide dependable initial information. The seeker after more detailed knowledge has available a vast library from which the bibliography page is selected as having been of most assistance to the all.

The Furniture Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Identify, Restore Care for Furniture

Further discussion is given to shagreen sharkskin and stingray skin , parchment, tortoiseshell, mother-of-pearl, antique glass, traditional horsehair upholstery and the upholstering process. The final topic in Part 1 is entitled "The Hunt" and classifies and evaluates various venues—antique shows, antique shops, auction houses, boutiques, consignment shops, flea markets, estate sales and on-line downloading—from which restorable furniture may be obtained.

This is a useful section for those looking for furniture to restore or who are considering getting into the furniture restoration business.

Part 2—"The Finishing School"—offers an overview of fine finishing methods. These include ceruse, cire rempli, dry wax rub, French polish, shellac, verais Anglais and European lacquer. Also covered are oil finishes, gilding and paint. Part 3—"Prep School"—considers dismantling, stripping, dewaxing, filling, sanding and staining furniture. The staining process is discussed in detail and illustrated with a bookshelf project.

Pourny reviews various types of stains, including chemical stains and stains you can make yourself. Part 4—"Techniques"—brings together all of his material and illustrates each technique for a specific project.

The Furniture Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Identify, Restore Care for Furniture

They are cire rempli a dresser , ceruse nesting tables , tung oil quench plant stand , tung oil buildup dining set , ebonizing leather-topped flat desk , light ebonizing bed set , French polish table with marquetry , French polish restoration mahogany table , water gilding restoration round mirror frame , water gilding gilt mirror , weathered finish linen press , dry wax rub paneled door , wood repair tilt top table , and veneer repair side table.

Part 5 is the "Tool School" in which Pourny provides helpful information about the tools needed to set up a furniture restoration shop. In addition, he offers recipes for wax, shellac, fillers, French polish pads, glaze and stains. Inside Edition. Allure Magazine. Everything you need to know from Samsung's S6 event.

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