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In Which My Trousers Catch Alight

Regular readers of this blog will be familiar with my frequent banging-on about authenticity and reluctance or, more often, refusal to reproduce any piece of furniture until I can locate (at least an image of) an extant, unaltered example to … Continue reading

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The Poplar, Aspen, and Abele

Poplars (Populus) are native to most of the Northern Hemisphere and include many sub species. Black poplar (Populus nigra). The Poplar is the most valuable of all the aquatics, whether we consider the quickneſs of its growth, or the magnitude … Continue reading

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