Written for collectors and curators alike, Furniture Care and Conservation illustrates the full range of problems encountered in working with antique furniture and provides instructions for proper care.
Chapter 1 Introduction: Restoration and Conservation Chapter 2 Environment and Its Effects on Wooden Artifacts Chapter 3 Furniture Examination Techniques Chapter 4 Cleaning Dirty Furniture Chapter 5 Wooden Elements: Repair and Replacement Chapter 6 Metal Elements and Metal Leaf: Repair and Replacement Chapter 7 Surface and Finish: Care and Repair Chapter 8 Good Housekeeping for Artifacts Chapter 9 Moving and Storing Furniture and Artifacts Chapter 10 Insects and Other Pests: Some Things to Do About Them Chapter 11 Health Hazards and Safety Practices Chapter 12 Proper Furniture Conservation: Finding a Laboratory and a Conservator Chapter 13 Appendix 1: AIC Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice Chapter 14 Appendix 2: Conservators: A Listing Chapter 15 Appendix 3: Training Programs in Conservation Chapter 16 Appendix 4: Sample Forms for Conservation Work Chapter 17 Appendix 5: Partial List of Regional Conservation Centers, Associations and Guilds Chapter 18 Appendix 6: Materials and Suppliers
Series: American Association for State & Local History
Number Of Pages: 233
Published: 1st January 1992
Dimensions (cm): 22.5 x 14.4
Weight (kg): 0.349