HOGG, GARRY, Country Crafts andCraftsmen, 1959. HUGHES, G.B., Living Crafts,1953. JENKINS, J.G.,The Craft Industries, 1972. JOBSON,ALLAN, Household and Country Crafts, 1953. JONES,J.L.,Crafts from the Countryside,1975.
Family Circle. SIX - DRAWER SPICE CHEST ( photo , page 135 ) Average : For those with some experience in woodworking Materials : 5 feet of 122 x 6 - inch , and 8 feet of 12 x 4 - inch pine lumber ; 5 feet of 14 x 4 - inch lattice ...
Allan decided to move permanently to Suffolk, buying a house on St George's Road, Felixstowe, where he spent the next forty ... Yesterdays (1945), This Suffolk (1948), North East Suffolk (1948) and Household and Country Crafts (1953).
Author: Neil R. Storey
Publisher: The History Press
The Little Book of Suffolk is an intriguing, fast-paced, fact-packed compendium of places, people and events from the county. Armed with this fascinating book, the reader will have such knowledge of the county, its landscape, pleasures and pursuits that they will never be short of some frivolous fact to enhance a conversation or quiz! A quick reference and a quirky guide, this can be dipped into time and again to reveal something new about the heritage, the secrets and the enduring fascination of Suffolk, making it essential reading for visitors and locals alike.
57. 8 A scutch—a wooden implement for dressing flax or hemp. 9 Allan Jobson, Household and Country Crafts, Elek, p. 198. 10 In the village of Long Melford. (delve) or ditch—still the name for the chief canal in.
Author: George Ewart Evans
Publisher: Faber & Faber
The Suffolk Punch - that sturdy, compact draft horse of noble ancestry - was, until mechanisation, the powerhouse of the East Anglian farming community. In The Horse in the Furrow (1960), renowned social historian George Ewart Evans explores this potent symbol of a bygone era, and the complex network - farmer, horseman, groom, smith, harness-maker and tailor - which surrounded it. Evans charts a fascinating course, demonstrating the connectedness of husbandry, custom and dialect, and arguing for an organic, inclusive study of these aspects of rural life. In particular, the section on folklore sheds light on some of the most obscure practices, with the Punch standing proudly at its centre. With beautiful illustrations by Charles Tunnicliffe, The Horse in the Furrow is an engaging and subtle portrait of an animal at the heart of its community
Blue Ridge Billy concerns a boy in North Carolina, his life, his adventures, his family and neighbors. The story allows Lenski to describe farming methods, household duties, family relationships, hunting, and such country crafts as ...
Author: Terry Ann Mood
Category: Biography & Autobiography
An easy-to-use guide to American regional folklore with advice on conducting research, regional essays, and a selective annotated bibliography. * Fully annotated bibliographies on the folklore of each of eight regions of the United States * Engaging overview essays by folklore scholars introduce each of the U.S. regions covered * A list of literary authors who incorporate folklore themes in their writings, together with a brief list of some of their major works * A list of folklore-related museums, with addresses and phone numbers, a list of folklore journals, and, when possible, a list of websites
Country saleroom , hand - work from Northumbrian craft - workers , professional and amateur . THE HORSELESS CARRIAGE , Warkworth , Morpeth . ... Small private gallery which features hand - crafted things for household and personal use .
Each year, this stellar show in Ashe- ville, North Carolina, brings together craftsmen, curators, authors, dealers, and bungalow owners at the famous 1913 inn. Besides having the largest Arts & Crafts antiques show in the country, ...
Old-House Journal is the original magazine devoted to restoring and preserving old houses. For more than 35 years, our mission has been to help old-house owners repair, restore, update, and decorate buildings of every age and architectural style. Each issue explores hands-on restoration techniques, practical architectural guidelines, historical overviews, and homeowner stories--all in a trusted, authoritative voice.
Max Weber's definition of 'patriarchalism': 'the authority of the father, the husband, the senior of the house, ... a most successful capitalist country (Crafts 1989: 65–71) with its trade and supporting financial institutions the equal ...
Author: Ellen Jordan
In the first half of the nineteenth century the main employments open to young women in Britain were in teaching, dressmaking, textile manufacture and domestic service. After 1850, however, young women began to enter previously all-male areas like medicine, pharmacy, librarianship, the civil service, clerical work and hairdressing, or areas previously restricted to older women like nursing, retail work and primary school teaching. This book examines the reasons for this change. The author argues that the way femininity was defined in the first half of the century blinded employers in the new industries to the suitability of young female labour. This definition of femininity was, however, contested by certain women who argued that it not only denied women the full use of their talents but placed many of them in situations of economic insecurity. This was a particular concern of the Womens Movement in its early decades and their first response was a redefinition of feminity and the promotion of academic education for girls. The author demonstrates that as a result of these efforts, employers in the areas targeted began to see the advantages of employing young women, and young women were persuaded that working outside the home would not endanger their femininity.
inside BOOKS Early Arts & Crafts LO REVIEWED BY BRIAN D. COLEMAN illiam morris has become a household name / for Arts and ... [Arts and Crafts Furniture] COURTESY THE COUNTRY SEAT OLD-HOUSE INTERIORS 101 Sideboard attributed to Bruce ...
National architectural magazine now in its fifteenth year, covering period-inspired design 1700–1950. Commissioned photographs show real homes, inspired by the past but livable. Historical and interpretive rooms are included; new construction, additions, and new kitchens and baths take their place along with restoration work. A feature on furniture appears in every issue. Product coverage is extensive. Experts offer advice for homeowners and designers on finishing, decorating, and furnishing period homes of every era. A garden feature, essays, archival material, events and exhibitions, and book reviews round out the editorial. Many readers claim the beautiful advertising—all of it design-related, no “lifestyle” ads—is as important to them as the articles.
19th century country crafts A member of our family is an experienced dealer in items like this , as well as other rustic items like kitchen implements , toys and small items of furniture like stools and chairs .
Author: Peter Temple
Publisher: Harriman House Limited
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
What is 'superhobby investing'?Superhobby Investing is at the intersection of investing, collecting and other serious hobbies. It's about examining how you can ratchet up a hobby or a collecting passion into an investment option.If you are a stock market investor, this book will show how you can use the tangible assets that are normally part and parcel of collecting as a means of diversifying your portfolio. Or maybe you already own, or have inherited, some superhobby assets - a stamp collection or a set of first editions, say - but never thought of them as potential investments.Using this book, you can find out how to assess their value and how to convert them into a durable and profitable portfolio. This book shows you why developing one or more superhobbies can be a good idea, and looks at various forms this tangible asset investing can take.In each case the book explains how the markets operate, what the risks are, what returns can be expected, and what knowledge and skills are required. Each asset profile includes: - The history of investment in the asset- The basic characteristics and features of the market- The examination of long term returns, with detailed figures- The tax angles (if applicable)- The major issues- How to buy and sell, including major dealers and auctioneers- Sources of information
It is interesting to note that a much higher percentage of households in Neendakara ( 20 per cent ) are depending for their major income on the operation of self - owned country crafts as compared with that of Sakthikulangara .
The strawberry design that appears on the tablecloth shown opposite was adapted from an early wall stencil seen in a 19th - century New England house . In a letter dated 1850 , a New IMPORTANT INFORMATION York painting instructor ...
Author: Time-Life Books
Publisher: Time Life Education
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Provides instructions for making a sewing box, quilts, dolls, samplers, hand towels, footstools, rugs, cut-and-pierced lampshades, scherenshnitt, bandboxes, and gameboards
A journey through the worlds of traditional craftspeople, from blacksmith to bee-keeper and wainwright to housewife, celebrates country arts and household crafts in an attractive, well-illustrated and photographed format that also includes ...
Author: John Seymour
Publisher: Dk Pub
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
A journey through the worlds of traditional craftspeople, from blacksmith to bee-keeper and wainwright to housewife, celebrates country arts and household crafts in an attractive, well-illustrated and photographed format that also includes information on materials, tools, and techniques.
Country Bedroom REFERENCE POINT Color is clearly important to a country interior . ... or printare more likely to display a selection of household ed with country motifs , such as flowers , farm items than decorative trinkets .
Author: Tessa Evelegh
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Category: House & Home
An introduction to home decoration provides an overview of different design styles, explores an array of options for each room, and offers tips on furnishings, architectural features, textiles, and color.
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In medieval timescountrypeoplereliedon their gardensforthe ingredientstomakeavastrangeofhousehold products. ... Today alot of old country craftsare making a comeback as creative hobbies,which can be verysatisfying, costeffective and ...
Author: Alan Titchmarsh
Publisher: Random House
In this comprehensive and practical guide to the countryside, passionate and hugely knowledgeable countryman Alan Titchmarsh explores the heritage of rural Britain, its landscapes and wildlife, its traditions, customs and crafts. He'll look at the beauty of chalk downland, offer a checklist of British butterflies and where to find them and show how to make moth traps and wildlife ponds. He'll identify the best breeds of cattle for meat and milk, explain how best to look after a pig and the secrets of a successful small holding. From keeping chickens to dressing a stick, from dry-stone walling to creating a wild flower meadow, the essence of country life and the best places to encounter it will be identified in this celebration of the British countryside and its delights, skills and treasures. Lavishly illustrated, beautifully produced and information packed, The Complete Countryman will be an inspirational showcase for all that is best about rural Britain and will reconnect us with its wonderful wise ways.
Author: Jean-Louis Durand-DrouhinPublish On: 2013-10-22
The regular labour force includes all adult male members of the household but at crucial points in the farming calendar mobilisation of the whole ... Of country crafts and trades only the smith and shopkeeper survive outside the towns.
Author: Jean-Louis Durand-Drouhin
Category: Social Science
Rural Community Studies in Europe presents a study of village societies of the different regions of Europe and their importance to the economic and social life of nations. The book seeks to describe and analyze the local economic and social systems, traditions, power structures, and other aspects of European rural communities, specifically in the countries of Great Britain, Ireland, Poland, Turkey, Romania, France, and Spain. The book is divided into four parts: a historical review of the main trends and developments of rural community studies; an annotated bibliography; analytical summaries; and a location map. Sociologists, economists, ethnologists, political scientists, and students in allied fields will find the book a good reference material.