The Forgotten Arts: a practical guide to traditional skills

By: Seymour, John

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Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1984.. First Australian edition. ISBN 0 207 15007 9. 4to, 192 pp, illustrated throughout in colour and b&w with line drawings and period photographs, index. Original cloth in dustwrapper. Near Fine. ...'spiced with anecdotes from the author's encounters wi. th working craftspeople in different parts of the world, this is both a delightful celebration of a way of life and a plea for virtuous craftsmanship which may, without vigilance, vanish for ever.' Crafts covered include: coopering, peg-making, clog. sole cutting, chair bodging, dry-stone walling, blacksmithing, peat cutting, turning, wainwrighting, hedge laying, basketry, thatching, sail making, dyeking, tanning, spinning, candle making copicing, woodworking, knife making, boatbuilding, soap m. aking, and millwrighting..

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