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Architectural Carving: Techniques for Power & Hand Tools

by Mike Burton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0806969156, Paperback)

"...an experienced architectural carver...shows his craft in a step-by
-step manner, explaining tool use, wood choices, and different styles
of carving....stands out because of its great section on tool use....offers
a wealth of both traditional and innovative information; for example, he
employs inexpensive pneumatic chisels...a great technique that this reviewer
has never seen anywhere else. The techniques revealed here could be used by
most woodcarvers, not just those interested in architectural carving....among
the best on the subject and is essential for all woodcraft collections..."--Library Journal.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:13:34 -0400)

Includes how-to information for projects: set of towel bars ; spiral shelf supports ; pair of carved panels ; pair of column capitals ; door with carved panels ; and an unusual door casing.

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