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Restoration Recipes: Techniques for Repairing and Refinishing Fine…

by James Bain Smith, Julia De Bierre

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This is a sourcebook of new and traditional techniques for restoring, renovating, and decorating furniture. The emphasis is placed on the values and satisfaction of craftsmanship in refurbishing and creating furniture of lasting value.
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