So famous it's known simply as "Joyce" (after its author, Ernest Joyce), this is the woodworker's essential reference book that craftsmen have been turning to for most of the 20th century. The basic British reference on furniture making. Want to know how when to use a bridle joint or what is the best method of cabinet door construction in this situation? This is the place to look. With sections on tools, geometry, and drawing, this reference should be in every woodworker's library; it is the most important book you will ever own on furniture making.
Paperback, 7 x 9 in. 520 pages, 260 black and white photographs
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