By Daniel Diehl
Книга предлагает Вам sixteen конструкций для строительства репродукции мебели из средневековья. подробные планы основаны на тщательном изучении и оценке редких оригиналов, полные пошаговые инструкции, списки материалов, что поможет создать вам мебель, не отличающуюся от оригинала.
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Extra resources for Constructing medieval furniture : plans and instructions with historical notes
T he bottom rails on the desk, which are in reality skids, are distinc tly oversized lumber. But they could CONSTR UCTION NOTES The construction of the wooden case of thi s attractive desk is ext remely simple; however, the ornamental ironwork adds a bit of a challenge to the project as a whole. 35 READING DE SK, ENGLAND, FOURTEENTH CENTURY. OAK; H. 38 112", W. 43", D. 18 112". COLLECTION OF THE PHILADELPHIA M USEUM OF ART, COURTESY P H ILADELPH IA MUSEUM OF ART. PHOTOGRAPH BY GRAYDON WOOD , be made by gluing up an oak 2-by-8 (50-by-200mm) and a st'anda rd mill dimension oak l- by-S (25-by200mm).
The two oute rmost st raps th at continue aro und the chest and form hinges do not line up front to back (see drawin gs). This is because th e metal was forged int o place while st ill hot and twisted as it was bein g applied. Addition ally, th ese two straps were cut off on the front of the chest whe n the two outermost locks were insta lled. 55 FRONT VIEW 69" Om753mm} • 32 W' (832mm) '--- . :L 7W' 0 97mm) 1>--- - - - - 49 ljz" Om257mm} 7W' -1 097mm) REAR VIEW - • 20" (508mm) 20" (508mm) • • • .
69", D. 24". I _ COLLECTION OF MERTON COLLEGE, OXFORD, ENGLAND. COURTESY THE WARDEN AND FE LLOWS OF M ERT O N COLLEGE. PHOTOGRAPH BY cut ing th e open foot design, wait to cha mfer th e bottom of th e foot until the chest is assembled. Once assembled, you will need to work th e top an d bottom edges of th e front and back panels, and th e legs, to compensate for th e sligh t inward pitch of the chest. To use a more modern approach to th e problem, the legs ca n simply be cut to len gth, as shown, at a 2-degree angle.