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    Ships' Figureheads Hansesn, Hans-Jürgen und Hansen< Clas Broder
    $23.95

     This is the story of the carved wooden bow decoration that once adorned almost every stem of every wooden ship under sail. Hans Jürgen Hansen and Clas Broder Hansen begin with a report on the mythological origin of the bow decoration, which had a long life in seafaring superstition. It shows the development of figureheads from the Polynesians, Phoenicians, and Vikings to the high point of the gloriously decorated Renaissance and Baroque ships. Then it moves on to the imaginative, original variety of the figureheads of the 18th and 19th Centuries, the last windjammers and the school sailing ships that are still in use today. It details the different types of figureheads as well as the sculptors who made them.

    Format: Hardcover.   Dimentions: 6 1/2" x 9 1/4"   Pages:128   Illustrations: 133

     

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    Shop Drawings Hoffman, Jerry
    $21.00

    Shop Drawings: for Blacksmiths Drawings chosen from thousands of pages published in the Blacksmith's Journal providing scale line drawings of tools, equipment, as well as many architectural items.

    Format: Softcover.   Dimensions: 8" x 10"   Pages: 18   Illustrations: 167

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    Stake Repoussé Hersom, Nahum
    $25.00

    Repoussé means to repeal in French; the craftsmen that did repoussé work were called embossers. There are two methods of embossing: one is cushion, the other is support. The support method is sometimes called stake repoussé.The value of this Stake Repoussé book is to give the blacksmith and other metalworkers a foundation to do Detail and Definition work, specifically Ornamental metal.

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    Ukrainian Blacksmith: Oleh Bonkovskyy Mohylevskyy, Volodymyr
    $36.00

    The production of iron and its shaping by hot forging methods was known in modern Ukraine long before the Common Era. Ukrainian Blacksmith Oleh Bonkovskyy,  exemplifies one man's dedication to the art of blacksmithing. This book illustrates the craftsmanship of Bonkovskyy's many works of art that have found their home around the world, including large public sculptures, detailed and intricate panels, stained glass, signage, fireplaces, grillwork, gates and handrails, candlesticks and crosses.  Included are also chapters on the history of blacksmithing and each of the styles of his work in both English and Ukrainian.                                                                                 

    Format: Hard Cover   Dimentions:  9 1/4" x 12 1/4"   Pages:  293   Illustrations: 210

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