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Great Book of Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture, Revised & Expanded Second Edition

Authentic and Fully Detailed Plans for 61 Classic Pieces

Great Book of Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture, Revised & Expanded Second Edition
Robert W. Lang By (author)
9781497101104
Product ID:  01104
$28.99
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2020/07/01
Fox Chapel Publishing

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8.5 X 11.0 in
344 pg


CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Woodwork
HOUSE & HOME / Furniture


Description

Providing complete shop drawings for 61 classic Stickley furniture pieces, master cabinetmaker Robert W. Lang measured original Craftsman antiques to create these detailed plans. With full perspective views, elevations, sections, details, and cutting lists for each Shaker furniture project, this new paperback collection showcases the heart of the Craftsman aesthetic.


Reviews

One of the 27 books every woodworker should read.Fine Woodworking


A highly recommended, do-it-yourself guide.Midwest Book Review


I've been collecting and building Arts & Crafts furniture for more than a decade, and I've been waiting for a book like this.Popular Woodworking - Christopher Schwarz


Lang understands the subtleties of Stickley's groundbreaking designs.Woodworker's Journal


This collection of drawings for Craftsman furniture is a must-have title if you like the style.Popular Mechanics


This is indeed a "great book" that should be considered an essential addition to the library of any woodworker who seeks to understand Craftsman furniture.Wood News - J. Norman Reid


If you love American Art & Crafts style furniture, then this is 'the' book you want to get and read.Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement



Author Bio

Robert W. Lang was executive editor of Popular Woodworking magazine for 10 years, a contributor to Fine Woodworking, and author of several woodworking books. He studied industrial design at The Ohio State University, and his experience includes building custom furniture and cabinets as well as managing and engineering large architectural millwork projects. He currently edits American Period Furniture, the annual journal of the Society of American Period Furniture Makers, and Pins & Tails, the SAPFM quarterly.