Building 18th Century American Furniture

F+W Media, 19 nov. 2009 - 288 pagina's

As a woodworker, you've no doubt admired examples of classic furniture. You know, the stuff that makes you go, "Wow! I wish I could build that." Now you can.

Glen Huey, senior editor at Popular Woodworking magazine, takes you through each and every step of how to build 18th-Century furniture. And when you're done, the projects will last for generations.

Complete plans, cutting lists and step-by-step photos with captions are included with each project. Here are some of the furniture pieces you will learn how to build:

  • Massachusetts Block-Front Chest
  • Pennsylvania Chest-on-Chest
  • Chippendale Entertainment Center
  • New England Chest & Bookcase
  • Townsend Newport High Chest
  • Federal Inlaid Table
  • Shaker Small Chest of Drawers
  • Massachusetts High Chest (highboy)

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Over de auteur (2009)

Glen Huey has been creating furniture for over twenty-five years. Specializing in 18th- and 19th-century reproduction furniture, he is a regular contributing editor for Popular Woodworking magazine and has also had pieces featured in other national magazines such as Early American Life and Country Living. He has a deep passion for building and writing about furniture and is the author of several books from Popular Woodworking.

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