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Current Trends in conservation of Marquetry Surfaces
Current Trends in conservation of Marquetry Surfaces

  W. Patrick Edwards, Furniture Conservator in Private Practice   ABSTRACT: There have been several exciting and innovative new methods developed during the past decade, both in America as well as in Europe, for conservation of marquetry surface decorations. Since marquetry is composed of extremely diverse hardwood elements, often mixed...

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Master Class: Low-tech method for veneer columns

  Written by: W. Patrick Edwards   During the early 19th century, American and European furniture makers commonly used veneered columns as both structural and decorative elements. When I began to restore antiques more than 30 years ago, I wondered how the columns were made. My research originally suggested that...

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Old Brown Glue

  Woodworker's Journal – Issue: 112 Posted Date: 11/30/2004 Written by: Michael Dresdner   For most woodworkers, the name W. Patrick Edwards evokes images of some of the finest, most complex marquetry on the planet, and so it should. Pat, as he is know to friends, is the expert who...

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Why Not Period Glue?

  JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN PERIOD FURNITURE MAKERS   W. Patrick Edwards November 2001 "WHY NOT PERIOD GLUE?"   Period furniture makers today have a variety of traditional and modern adhesives available, and it is sometimes difficult to choose the perfect glue for the job. However, a careful...

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How Strong Is Your Glue

  How Strong Is Your Glue is an Article published by Fine woodworking journal in 2007. It compares strength of different types of glues available on the market, including Hot Hide Glue and Liquid Hide Glue (Old Brown Glue).    

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