9780811735957

Making Tiffany Lamps How to Create Museum-Quality Authentic Reproductions

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  • ISBN13:

    9780811735957

  • ISBN10:

    0811735958

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-09-03
  • Publisher: Stackpole Books
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Summary

Step-by-step color photos illustrate the entire lamp-making process, from cutting the pattern and selecting glass to assembling tiles and soldering a shade. How-to techniques and construction secrets from one of the countrys top Tiffany lamp artists. Features never-before-published secrets for creating an authentic patina. Includes large-scale images of 30 finished lamps as well as close-ups of shade details.

Author Biography

Hugh V. Archer is a renowned lamp artist who teaches lamp making in Pennsylvania.

Excerpts

Step-by-step color photos illustrate the entire lamp-making process, from cutting the pattern and selecting glass to assembling tiles and soldering a shade. How-to techniques and construction secrets from one of the country's top Tiffany lamp artists. Features never-before-published secrets for creating an authentic patina. Includes large-scale images of 30 finished lamps as well as close-ups of shade details.

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