A few nice Maker Projects images I found:
Image from page 265 of “The practical cabinet maker and furniture designer’s assistant, with essays on history of furniture, taste in design, color and materials, with full explanation of the canons of good taste in furniture ..” (1910)
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Title: The practical cabinet maker and furniture designer’s assistant, with essays on history of furniture, taste in design, color and materials, with full explanation of the canons of good taste in furniture ..
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Hodgson, Frederick Thomas, 1836-1919
Subjects: Cabinetwork Furniture making
Publisher: Chicago, F. J. Drake & Co
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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Text Appearing Before Image:
The top or roof of case is built up of >£-in.stuff, bradded or screwed to upper member of cornice,and to top back rail on case cut to same curve, bothbeing rebated for the purpose. The cornice projects1% in. over sides, being supported by columns taperingfrom % in. to 1 in. diam. These may either be plainor mounted, with brass Corinthian capitals and bases,the shafts then being reeded. The upper finials are alsoof brass, and impart a most pleasing finish to the top.It should be added that the clock movement rests uponledges about 4J/2 in. high, which also serves as guidesto the loose case*, and steady it when in position. Body 264 THE PRACTICAL CABINET MAKER of clock (B) : This is constructed of J^-in. stuff—front framed (dowelled or rebated 15 in. wide) intoij/4. in. posts, the outer corners of which are canted toreceive ij4 m- turned pillars. Sides 7 in. wide, re-bated flush into posts and top and bottom rails, andalso rebated to receive back. Hide joints of rebates
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Figure 171 with a scratched brad. Back of 34-in. stuff shaped attop to fit upper curve. Stiffen the joints with well-fitting blocks along the inner angles, using good strongglue for the purpose. The body B beds down about 6in. lower than the upper moulding of the base F; sides(9 in. wide), front (19 in. wide), and back of whichare rebated together and blocked. All mouldings are,of course, mitred round sides and front only. Thedoor B (of y^-m. stuff), is rebated to shut on to front,frame, and projects J4 in- only. The moulding andcarved fans at C might be further embellished by an THE PRACTICAL CABINET MAKER 265 inlaid oval—in marquetry—and let into center of panel. The old clock shown in Fig. 170, is English, and was designed and made by the celebrated Fromanteel, of
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