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Re: UPDATE: Fine Woodworking's Tables and Chairs

I'm longing for sitting myself down on a comfortable chair at an elegant table and start to read that book!

Re: UPDATE: A Lesson Plan for Wood Turning by James Rodgers

If I had this book, I surely would turn every single page more than once!

Re: UPDATE: Renaissance Intarsia, edited by Luca Trevisan

renaissance was the first - yet less known - apogee of intarsia work, with some very sophisticated tricks. I wonder if in this great book (that I've been looking for a long time) the story is told, for example, of the wood stained green by infection with the fungus Chlorociboria aeruginosa? Renaissance intarsia no doubt laid the bases for everything made by means of this technique ever after.

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