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One sunny day on his postal path, Vincent Wyckoff crosses the trail of an aged gentleman whistling for his misplaced parakeet. The outdated guy is dissatisfied, and Wyckoff strikes down the block slowly, taking a look low and high, hoping to identify the little fowl. He reaches the man’s condominium and gives sympathy to his spouse, who smiles unfortunately and says, “We haven’t had that poultry for twenty-five years.
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Fostered by a favorable climate of conditions, the Industrial Revolution began in England toward the middle of the eighteenth century. One of its offspring was the quicker and less costly printing of books. A greatly increased production continued until 1798 when Earl Stanhope of London invented the iron press which made the work even more easy and rapid. As a result, more books were in circulation in the second half of the century than in the previous century, and more attention was devoted to the library and to furniture for it.
That’s the essence of French polishing. After the filling step you can build up the shellac finish as many times as you want—once or twice for a really spare finish, to several or many times for a heavier build up. There is no drying time between steps and you can pause or stop anywhere in the process (as long as you glide the pad off). And if the finish itself does get damaged, you can sand the affected area with fine paper and rebuild it to match the overall piece, provided you have no deep dents or gouges.
Rose Woodworkers who have never tackled marquetry before have a variety of cutting tools and methods to choose from. Depending on one’s patience and skill, some will work better than others. The aim, of course, is to have tight-fitting joints requiring no wood filler except for intentional esthetic reasons. Basically, there are two ways of cutting veneers for marquetry—with a knife, and with a saw. The knife is good for pictures with many straight cuts and geometric designs and for cutting borders and miters.