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500 Cabinets A Showcase of Design & Craftsmanship (Paperback)

Author:  Ray Hemachandra Editor:  Julia Hale Introduction:  John Grew Sheridan
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1600595758
ISBN-13: 9781600595752
Sku: 214442750
Publish Date: 8/1/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 8L x 1.25T
Pages:  419
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From a closed hutch to a waterfall chest of drawers, these 500 outstanding contemporary cabinets showcase the art and craft of fine furniture making. The newly made works celebrate shape, joinery, detailing, color, or the subtle combination of all those qualities. Each piece testifies to the design and technical skills of its creator and has that most precious element of all: imagination. Juried by John Grew Sheridan, this is the third furniture making title in Lark''s esteemed "500" series, following "500 Chairs" and "500 Tables," juried by Craig Nutt and Andrew Glasgow, respectively.
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From a closed hutch and bedside table to cupboards, curios, and a waterfall chest of drawers, these 500 outstanding contemporary cabinets showcase the art and craft of fine furniture making. These newly made works celebrate shape, joinery, detailing, color, or the subtle combination of all those qualities. Above all, each piece testifies to the design and technical skills of its creator, and has that most precious element of all: imagination.
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