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This book review is from the April 2012 issue of our LumberJocks’ eMag
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Working Drawings of Colonial Furniture By Frederick J. Bryant
Oh how I wish I was a “real” woodworker. This book has the plans for the most beautiful furniture, including a gate-leg table that is very similar to an heirloom piece I have that was passed down from my great-grandfather, a banjo clock (I’d never heard of this before), and a Hepplewhite chair.
The designs are beautiful, the plans are precise (or they appear to be, to me) and the historic notes are fascinating!
Two thumbs up for this book!
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