9781620874660

MISSION STYLE LAMPS/SHADES PA

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  • ISBN13:

    9781620874660

  • ISBN10:

    1620874660

  • Edition: 00
  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 2013-03-17
  • Publisher: FRWHEEL

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Summary

Withits simple, organic charm and timeless natural beauty, Mission-style furniturehas enjoyed continued popularity for over a century. For craftsman andnon-craftsman alike, perhaps the most cherished examples of Mission-stylefurniture are lamps. Mission Style Lamps and Shades takes readers through the entire process ofdesigning, planning, and constructing radiant Mission-style lamps andshades. Forcountless craftspeople, John Duncan Adam's Mission Style Lamps and Shades has been the go-to guide for thosewanting to build their own lamps and shades. The book contains a wide array ofdo-it-yourself projects, from reading lamps to chandeliers, desk lights to droplights, complete with easy-to-follow instructions, measurements, and more than75 diagrams, drawings, and illustrations. With straightforward language, Adamstakes the reader through techniques like trimming a block of wood, using asoldering iron, and designing opulent shades with art glass. With Adams'sexpert guidance, the beginning craftsman will have no trouble creating aone-of-a-kind, fully functional, decorative lamps and shade.

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