In Pursuit Of The Hand Tool Tradition Efficiency Community And Technique In Historic Furniture Making
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Editor's note: Andrew submitted this comprehensive analysis of the fourth issue of Mortise & Tenon magazine to us after a conversation on YouTube.He proposes several fascinating themes for this issue.Thanks Andrew! - David Lyell In Pursuit of the Hand Tool Tradition: Efficiency, Community, and Technique in Historic Furniture Making By: Andrew Milacci, PhD This essay reviews the following work: Mortise and Tenon Magazine Issue 4.
Edited by Klein, Joshua A., et al.Sedgwick, Maine: Mortise and Tenon Magazine, 2018.Pp.144.$24.00 paperback.ISBN: 9780998366722.It's no secret that hand tools have seen a spike in popularity and general interest in recent years.
While in the past enthusiasts might have encountered difficulty obtaining quality hand tools or finding adequate materials to reference in their hand-tool journey, that is not the case anymore.The relative abundance of resources—from the tools themselves to content creators on video sharing websites, and everything in between—bears witness to the anachronistic growth* of traditional woodworking methods in the 21st century.
In particular, the now two-year-old publication, Mortise and Tenon Magazine, offers a glimpse into what might be called the hand-tool renaissance in which we currently find ourselves, as its own upward trajectory has followed and even contributed to the...