Windsor Chairmaking

Windsor Chairmaking

By (author) James Mursell


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Windsor chairs are a beautiful and traditional feature in any home. Some three hundred years of tradition lie behind chairs made today. While sound joints are essential, it is the sensitive shaping of each component that leads to a fine chair. This lavish book celebrates their history and explains their heritage. It compares and contrasts the distinct Windsor designs from England and America.

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  • Hardback | 192 pages
  • 214 x 264 x 16mm | 821g
  • 01 Apr 2010
  • The Crowood Press Ltd
  • Ramsbury
  • English
  • 270 colour illustrations
  • 1847971547
  • 9781847971548
  • 297,175

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James Mursell has been making Windsor chairs since the mid-1990s. Initially he learnt from chairmakers in England and America but to a large extent is self-apprenticed, learning from constant experimentation and trial and error. He now teaches his craft from his home where he has built a teaching workshop on his farm. He promotes Windsor chairmaking by exhibiting and demonstrating widely around England and regularly writes for British woodworking magazines. Resident - West Sussex

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