NB: Many of the other texts have sections on the subject of tools and techniques.
Adair, W. (1983) The Frame in America, 1700-1900: a Survey of Fabrication Techniques and Style, The American Institute of Architects Foundation, Washington, DC
Austen, B. (1992) Tunbridge Ware and Related European
Decorative Woodware, Foulsham Beecroft, E. (1976) Carving Techniques, Batsford Bigelow, D. et al. (eds) (1992) Gilded Wood, Conservation and History, Sound View Press Bruggemann, E. (1988) Kunst und Technik des Intarsien,
Werkzeug und Material, Munich Ettema, M. (1981) Technological innovation and design economics in furniture manufacture, in Winterthur Portfolio, 16
Fales, D. (1979) American Painted Furniture, 1660-1880, E.P. Dutton
Gaynor, J. and Hagedorn, N. (1993) Tools: Working Wood in Eighteenth Century America, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Goodman, W. (1976) The History of Woodworking Tools, David McKay
Holtzappfel, C. (1994) Turning and Mechanical Manipulation, Facsimile of the 1843 edition, Astragal Press
Jones, P. and Simons, E.N. (1961) Story of the Saw,
Newman Neame for Spear and Jackson Massie, F. (1990) La Marqueterie Boulle, Biro
Moxon, J. (1970) Mechaniks Exercises or the Doctrine of Handy Works etc, reprint of 1703 edition, Astragal Press Ostergard, D. (ed.) (1987) Bentwood and Metal Furniture:
1850-1946, American Federation of Arts Oughton, F. (1976) History and Practice of Woodcarving, Stobart
Pattou and Vaughn (1944) Furniture Finishing, Decoration and Patching, F. Drake and Co. Ramond, P. (1989) Marquetry, Taunton Press Roubo, Jacques-Andre (1984) L'Art du Menuisier, Slatkine reprints of Paris 1761-89 editions Salaman, R. (1989) A Dictionary of Woodworking Tools, Unwin Hyman
Sims, W. (1985) 200 Years of History and Evolution of
Woodworking Machinery, Walders Press Stalker, J. and Parker, G. (1960) A Treatise of Japanning and Varnishing, Alec Tiranti reprint of 1668 edition Welsh, P.C. (1966) Woodworking Tools: 1600-1900,
Smithsonian Institution/US Government Printing Office Zimmerman, P. (1981) Workmanship as evidence, a model for object study, in Winterthur Portfolio, 16, 4, Winter, pp. 301-5
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