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Furniture for the Craftsman

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Furniture for the Craftsman
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Publisher: Davis Williams Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B004K4PXE0
Number of pages: 320

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The author concentrates on furniture design elements from the middle class, this puts design within reach of the amateur craftsman, as well as the hobbyist who will spend his weekends making sawdust and turned legs. Hobbyists will find a fund of furniture ideas.

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