The Complete Cabinet Maker And Upholsterer's Guide by J Stokes 1829
The Complete Cabinet Maker, And Upholsterer's Guide: Comprising The Rudiments And Principles Of Cabinet-Making And Upholstery, With Familiar Instructions, Illustrations By Examples, For Attaining A Proficiency InThe Art Of Drawing: The Processes of Veneering, Inlaying, And Buhl-Work: The Art Of Dying And Staining Wood Work, Bone, Tortoiseshell, &c. Directions For Lackering, Japanning, And Varnishing: To Prepare The Best Glues, Cements, & Compositions: And A Number Of Receipts, Particularly Useful To The Workmen Generally. Embellished With Sixteen Explanatory And Illustrative Engravings, By Mr. J. Stokes, With The Articles Of Furniture Elegantly Coloured. London, Published By Dean & Monday, Threadneedle Street. 1829
The Complete Cabinet Maker And Upholsterer's Guide, by J. Stokes, 1829, was in continuous publication from the first London edition of 1829 through to the final Philadelphia edition of 1904. Only the London 1829 edition has eleven hand colored furniture plates. This, the first edition features period correct Receipts for wood staining and dyeing as well as construction. Between1850 and 1904, the famous American publisher Henry Carey Baird of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, published the text as The Complete Cabinet Maker And Upholsterer's Companion.
The Toolemera Press reprint features an historical introduction by Gary Roberts.
Gary Roberts, Toolemera Press publisher, returns to print classic books on early crafts, trades and industries. All titles are produced from the originals in his personal collection.
- The Complete Cabinet Maker And Upholsterer's Guide by J. Stokes 1829
- The Painter, Gilder And Varnisher's Companion published by H. C. Baird 1850
- Carpentry Made Easy Or The Art And Science of Framing by William E. Bell 1858
- The Art And Craft Of Cabinet Making by David Denning 1891
- How To Join Mouldings Or The Art Of Mitring And Coping by Owen Maginnis 1892