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Animal Fibers, 2nd edn, WIRA, Leeds Bally, W. (1956) Ciba Review No. 116, Book X,

August/September 1956 Bast, H. (1946) The New Essentials of Upholstery, The Bruce

Publishing Co., Milwaukee Beard, G. (1997) Upholsterers and Interior Furnishing in England, 1530-1840, Yale University Press, London and New York

Bemiss, E. (1973) The Dyer's Companion, 3rd edn, Dover Blank, S. (1989) Rubber in museums: a conservation problem, in AICCM Bulletin, 14 (3/4), 53-93 Blank, S. (1990) An introduction to plastics and rubbers in collections, Studies in Conservation, 35, 2 Bodley, H. (1983) Nailmaking, Shire Album No. 87 Bradley Smith, H.R. (1966) Chronological development of nails: blacksmiths and farriers tools at Shelburne Museum, Museum, Pamphlet Series 7, Shelburne Museum, USA Brown, M. (1984) Cane and Rush Seating, Batsford Burnham, D.K. (1982) Warp and Weft: A Dictionary of

Textile Terms, Scribners Buttery, D.N. (1976) Plastics in Furniture, Applied Science Publishers

Calnan, C.N. and Haines, E.B. (eds) (1991) Leather: Its

Composition and Changes With Time, UKIC Catling, D. and Grayson, J. (1982) Identification of

Vegetable Fibres, Chapman and Hall CCI (1988a) The Beilstein test, CCI Notes 17/1, Canadian

Conservation Institute, Ottawa CCI (1988b) The diphenylamine spot test for cellulose nitrate in museum objects, CCI Notes 17/2, Canadian Conservation Institute, Ottawa Champion, D. (1987) Tests for adhesives and dressings in laboratory practicals, unpublished notes compiled by The Textile Conservation Centre, Hampton Court Palace Clabburn, P. (1990) The National Trust Book of Furnishing

Textiles, Viking/National Trust, London Cook, J.G. (1984) Handbook of Textile Fibres, Merrow Cooke, E.S. Jr (ed.) (1987) Upholstery in America and

Europe from the Seventeenth Century to World War 1, W.W. Norton Crampton, C. (1972) Canework, Dryad Danssy, M. (1979) Antiques — Professional Secrets for the

Amateur, Book Club Associates Davies, M. (1982) Tailored Loose Covers, Stanley Paul Desbrow, R. (1951) Latex foam in furniture design and manufacture, Rubber Developments, 3 Diderot, D. and D'Alembert, J. (1959) A Diderot Pictorial Encyclopedia of Trades and Industry, edited and introduced by C.C. Gillespie, Dover (originally published as Recueil de planches, 11 Volumes, Paris, Briasson et al. 1762-72)

Edwards, R. (1954) Caning, The Dictionary of English

Furniture, Country Life Ltd. Emery, I. (1980) The Primary Structure of Fabrics, The

Textile Museum, Washington, DC Farnfield, C.A. et al. (1985) The Identification of Textile

Materials, 7th edn, The Textile Institute, Manchester Florian, M-L.E., Kronkright, D.P. and Norton, R.E. (1990) The Conservation of Artefacts Made From Plant Materials, The Getty Conservation Institute Fogle, S. (ed.) (1985) Recent advances in leather conservation: proceedings of a refresher course sponsored by FAIC, June 1984; editor Sonja Foyle; assistant editors Toby Raphael and Katherine Singles; hosted by National Park Service, Division of Conservation, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Fowler, J. and Cornforth, J. (1986) English Decoration in the Eighteenth Century, Barrie and Jenkins Francis, K. (1990) Fiber and fabric remains on upholstery tacks and frames: identification, interpretation and preservation of textile evidence, Upholstery Conservation, Preprints of a Symposium held at Colonial Williamsburg, 2-4 February 1990, American Conservation Consortium Ltd, Kingston, New Hampshire, pp. 63-5 Gilbert, C. (1991) English Vernacular Furniture,

1750-1900, Yale Gill, K. and Eastop, D. (2001) Upholstery Conservation:

Principles and Practice, Butterworth-Heinemann Gohl, E.P.G. and Vilensky, L.D. (1987) Textile Science: An

Explanation of Fibre Properties, Longman Grier, K.C. (1988) Culture and Comfort; People, Parlors, and Upholstery, 1850-1930, The Strong Museum, Rochester, NY in association with the University of Massachusetts Press Haines, B.M. (1981) The Fibre Structure of Leather, Leather

Conservation Centre, Northampton Haines, B.M. (undated) Leather Under the Microscope,

Leather Conservation Centre, Northampton Haines, B.M. (1985) Identification of leather, in S. Fogle (ed.), Recent Advances in Leather Conservation, AIC, Washington, DC Hallebeek, P. (1984) Examination techniques for leather: documentation and analysis, in S. Fogle (ed.), Recent Advances in Leather Conservation, AIC, Washington, DC Hardin, I.R., and Wang, X.Q. (1989) The use of pyrolysis-gas chromatography in textiles as an identification method, Textile Chemist and Colorist, 21, 29-32 Heseltine, A. (1982) Baskets and Basket Making, Shire Album No. 92

Himmelfarb, D. (1957) The Technology of Cordage Fibers and Rope, Textile Publishers Inc. and Leonard Hill

Hoadley, R.B. (1990) Identifying Wood — Accurate Results with Simple Tools, Taunton Press Hodges, H. (1976) Artifacts, Baker

Holdstock, R. (1989) Seat Weaving in Rush, Cane and

Cord, The Guild of Master Craftsmen Holley, D. (1981) Upholstery springs, Furniture History, XIIV, London

Howlett, C. (1990) The identification of grasses and other plant materials used in historic upholstery, in Upholstery Conservation, Preprints of a Symposium held at Colonial Williamsburg, 2-4 February 1990, American Conservation Consortium Ltd, Kingston, New Hampshire, pp. 66-91 Huette, R. (1972) Le Livre de la passementerie, H. Vidal Indictor, N., Koestler, R.J., Wypyski, M. and Wardwell, A.E. (1989) Metal threads made of proteinaceous substrates examined by scanning electron microscopy-energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry, Studies in Conservation, 34, 171-82

James, D. (1990) Upholstery: A Complete Course, The Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Jaro, M. (1983) The technological and analytical examination of metal threads on old textiles: conservation-restoration of church textiles and painted flags, Investigation of Museum Objects and Materials Used in Conservation-Restoration, Veszprem, Hungary 2-10 July, National Centre of Museums, Budapest, pp. 253-64 Jobe, B. (1987) The Boston upholstery trade, in E.S. Cooke Jr (ed.), Upholstery in America and Europe from the Seventeenth Century to World War 1, W.W. Norton Johnson, K., Elton Barratt, O. and Butcher, M. (1990) Chair

Seating in Rush, Cane, Willow and Cords, Dryad Press King, R.R. (1985) Textile Identification, Conservation, and

Preservation, Noyes Publications Kirkham, P. (1985) Willow and cane furniture in Austria, Germany and England c. 1900-14, in Furniture History XXI, The Furniture History Society, London Kirkham, P., Mace, R. and Porter, J. (1987) Furnishing the World — The East London Furniture Trade, 1830-1980, Journeyman, London Kovaly, K.A. (1970) Handbook of Plastic Furniture

Manufacturing, Technomic Kuhn, H. (1986) Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art and Antiquities, translated by Alexander Trone, Butterworth Series in Conservation and Museology, Butterworth-Heinemann Landi, S. (1992/1985) The Textile Conservator's Manual,

Butterworth-Heinemann Liles, J.N. (1990) The Art and Craft of Natural Dyeing: Traditional Recipes for Modern Use, University of Tennessee Press Martin, E. (1977) Some improvements in techniques of analysis of paint media, Studies in Conservation, 22, 63-7

Masschelein-Kleiner, L. (1985) Ancient Binding Media,

Varnishes and Adhesives, ICCROM McDonald, R.J. (1981) Modern Upholstering Techniques,

Charles Scribners Sons Miller, B.W. and Widess, J. (1986) The Caner's Handbook,

Prentice-Hall Press Miller, R.C. (1990) Modern Design 1890-1990 in the

Metropolitan Museum of Art, MMA, pp. 212-13 Milnes, E.C. (1983) History of the Development of Furniture Webbing, private publication (Mr Milnes, 22 Elmete Hill, Leeds, LS8 2NT, UK)

Montgomery, F.M. (1984) Textiles in America, 1650-1870, Norton

Mossman, S. (1988) Simple Methods of Identifying Plastics in Modern Organic Materials, Scottish Society for Conservation and Restoration Mucci, P.E.R. (1997) Rapid identification of plastics using external beam mid-infrared spectroscopy, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium: Chemical Aspects of Plastics Recycling, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester 1996, Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry Information Services, pp. 53—70 Munn, J. (1989) Treatment Techniques for the Vellum Covered Furniture of Carlo Bughalti in Wood Artifacts Speciality Group Reprints AIC, Cincinnatti Murphy, E.A. (1966) Some early adventures with latex,

Rubber Technology, 39, 3, June Musée des Art Décoratifs (1973) Des dorelotiers aux passementiers, exhibition calalogue Musée des Art Décoratifs, Paris, Jan—March Neilson, L.H. (1968) Nail Chronology as an Aid to Dating Old Buildings, The American Association for State and Local History, Technical Leaflet No. 48, vol. 24, No. 11 Nuttgens, F. (1999) Deteriorating rubber and PVC: the characterization and conservation of a World Airways Flight Bag c.1970, TCC Report No. 2182, Unpublished Diploma Report, Textile Conservation Centre/Courtauld Institute of Art

Nylander, J.C. (1990) Fabrics for Historic Buildings, 4th edn, The Preservation Press O'Flaherty, F., Roddy, W.T. and Loller, R.M. (1965) The

Chemistry and Technology of Leather, 4 vols, Reinhold Oldemors Pomponger possementhandverket i Trondheim Norenfojeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Trondheim, 1982 Ossut, C. (1996) Tapisserie d'ameublement, Editions H. Vial, Dourdan

Pââbo, S. (1993) Ancient DNA, Scientific American, 269(5), 86-92

Passeri, A. (1988) My life as an upholsterer, 1927-1986, in G.W.R. Ward (ed.), Perspectives on American Furniture, Norton

Reed, R. (1972) Ancient Skins, Parchments and Leather, Seminar Press

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