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Using ancient Masons’ marks to build modern furniture

The Guardian has posted an interesting article about how masons' marks could be used to make building flat-pack furniture easier. It's the flat-pack furniture problem that almost all of us have faced. You open the box, trawl through its contents, lay everything out, then cross-reference the instructions. You look at

Windsor Castle antique furniture to be sold

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/5357626/Windsor-Castle-antique-furniture-to-be-sold-at-auction.html. The sale, which includes a pair of giltwood chairs, a green-silk screen, a table, and a pair of cabinets, will be held at Moore Allen & Innocent in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, on May 29. Philip Allwood, auctioneer, said: "We sell hundreds of lots of Victorian furniture every year, but this is the

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