In this inspirational compilation of projects and plans from Furniture & Cabinetmaking magazine, quintessential British cabinetmaker Mark Ripley offers practical guidance, with some refreshing and innovative approaches and tricks of the trade. Mark's furniture has classic vernacular lines that give it broad appeal, and his work is achievable and not too challenging for a competent furniture maker.
With projects ranging from a simple dining table to a grand, more ambitious Robert Adams-style breakfront bookcase, there is something here for all tastes and abilities. 30 varied projects are each explained fully and complemented with fine photography and detailed plans.
About the Author Mark Ripley trained at Leicester Polytechnic, where he was inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement and the spiritual creativity of the Shakers. His pieces feature recurring themes that have evolved over 20 years of professional work, and design and making have become integrated to create harmonious furniture with an inherent simplicity. Ripley is a member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen and the Hampshire and Berkshire Guild of Craftsmen, he exhibits his work widely and his designs have been featured in numerous books and magazines.
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SKU FWW71GM0072 Table Of Contents No Intro No ISBN 978-1-86108-560-3 Video No Author Mark Ripley Publication Year 2008 Dimensions 8 1/4 x 10 7/8 Pages 192 Photo 279 Drawings No Other Formats No Cover Paperback
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