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Art Metalwork
With Inexpensive Equipment


Arthur F. Payne - 1914


Gustav's Library Vintage Reprint

A Reprint of the original 1914 first edition of Arthur F. Payne's Art Metalwork with Inexpensive Equipment. This was one of our biggest sellers due to the rich Arts & Crafts and Mission content and is certainly one of the best, if not the best, Manual Arts Metalworking instruction manuals ever written.  I searched for over two years to obtain a copy of this rare first edition. 

Mr. Payne was Assistant Professor of Manual Arts at Bradley Polytechnic Institute in Peoria, Illinois during the first part of the 20th century.   

Printed on smooth, heavyweight paper to best display the many diagrams and illustrations that accompany each of the projects.  

These projects would  look wonderful in your bungalow!

Soft cover, 6-1/2" x 9", 186 pages. $24.95   

   


Arts and Crafts / Mission handles and hinges


Layout diagrams


Click here to view sample PDF


Copper lamp trimmed with brass.


Lanterns


Steps in raising a bowl


Table  of Contents

Frontispiece

Foreword by Charles A. Bennett

Preface

I

The Influence of the Arts and Crafts Movement upon Manual Training

PART IóMATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT

II

The Correlation of Metalwork and Design

III

Copper:

I

 Historical

II

Production

III

Ores

IV

Methods of Obtaining from the Ores

V

Commercial Forms

IV

Alloys of Copper

V

Metal Gages

VI

Coloring and Finishing Art Metalwork

VII

Sources of Materials and Equipment

PART IIóPROBLEMS

VIII

Etching, Soft Soldering

IX

Etching, Straight Bending, Lapping

X

Saw-Piercing

XI

Annealing, Riveting, Seaming

XII

Construction, Raising, Planishing

XIII

Beating Down, Fluting, Modeling

XIV

Outline Chasing, Raising

XV

Raising, Fluting, Paneling, Necking In

XVI

Raising by Coursing, Hard Soldering

XVII

Raising by Wrinkling, Seaming

XVIII

Cramp Seaming, Repousse, Recess Chasing

XIX

Enameling

XX

Spoon-Making


Matchbox Holders