Decorative combination of strips of veneer, used to decorate furniture or edge marquetry pictures
Traditional cask capacities - 36 gallons
The art of making baskets with interwoven materials like wicker, wood, grass, bamboo etc
A textile design technique using wax as a resist against coloured dyes.
The bulge in the middle of the cask
A skilled craftsman that made chair legs and braces
The central hoops after the Quarter hoops on a cask
The hole used to both fill and empty the cask
Traditional cask capacities - 108 gallons
Meaning 'Beautiful Writing' from the Greek language 'Kali Graphe'
The section either side of the Cask Middle
The art of making fabric-covered boxes - traditionally stitched not glued.
The extensions of the staves beyond the cask head
Hoops at the heads of the cask
warm Belgian chocolate flows down over the tiers and your dips are immersed into the chocolate.
Luxury hand made chocolates to the taste of your creation
A cooper makes or repairs casks
A cooper would work in a cooperage
Coopering means to do the work of a cooper
An embroidery technique in which strips of fabric, string etc are stitched onto the piece of work. The end result produces a 'zipped' effect.