by Published for Dundee College of Education by Oliver & Boyd .
Written in English
|Series||Dundee College of Education, Publications, 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
From inside the book: Like so many other of the old-time crafts, the one of metal spinning has partially come into disuse because of commercial competition and the failure of the younger generation of men to familiarize themselves with the handwork of their fathers.5/5(1). Many of the best metal finishing books are out of print and hard to find. Some are expensive but poorly described by the book sellers. will provide cover photos and book reviews of these works, and multiple source them so if one dealer is out, you'll have alternatives. Metal spinning and anodising: a practical introduction for schools and colleges Published for Dundee College of Education by Oliver & Boyd Edinburgh, London Australian/Harvard Citation Reid, William. THE ART OF METAL SPINNING A Step-By-Step Guide to Hand-Spinning by Paul G. Wiley ISBN I wrote this book with the craftsman/artisan in mind who wants to give small diameter spinning a try. The 72 page book is /2" x 11" and spiral bound, making it easy to lay flat on your workbench. It has over B&W photos and is easy to follow.
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