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Material imitationand imitation materials in furniture and conservation

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Introduction Miko Vasques Dias 5
Identifying and repainting historical graining techniques in interiors dated before 1800 Bernice Crijns 7
Marble, tortoiseshell, wood and other materials created in paint and lacquer during the Baroque period in Denmark Berit Møller 19
Retouching without touching. Creating the illusion of recoloured furniture through light projection Federica van Adrichem, Maarten van Bommel 33
Dutch painted furniture. Imitation of function, style, construction and material Hans Piena 48
Where high art and folk art meet – how rural pieces of furniture depict the differences. Techniques, tools and textures used in rural workshops to upgrade furniture Karl-Heinz Wüstner 53
Shagreen. The history and conservation of decorative ray skin in furniture Cathy Silverman 63
From ‘real composition’ to ‘higher matters of taste’. Exploring the value shift from materials to design in early British composition ornament Victoria Coibion 74
Special coloured inlays on furniture in the mid-nineteenth century. Imitation of lacquer, ivory or horn? Carola Klinzmann, Stefanie van Wüllen 88
A window with different views. The conservation of the ivory windows of Sundari Chowk at the royal palace in Patan, Nepal Regina Anna Friedl, Tatjana Bayerova, Gabriela Krist 97
Let’s pretend. Conservation of an experimental tortoiseshell imitation Thijs Janssen 107
The conservation of a lacquered dress sedan chair from the collection of the Marstallmuseum Schloss Nymphenburg in Munich Hella Huber 113
A trompe-l’oeil scagliola top on a three-legged support Lisya Biçaçi, Jaap Boonstra 123
The conservation of a vinyl-upholstered chair: PVC degradation and conservation Aura Colliander 142
Filling losses in granite linoleum with Beva 371 Julia Kun 149
Birch + paint = bamboo Lois Warnow 164
4Thirteenth International Symposium on Wood and Furniture Conservation Decorated paper on the inside of an eighteenth-century writing cabinet Tirza Mol 173
Curiously engraven: the new art of japanning and an exploration of depictions of Asia in eighteenth-century London and Boston Tara Cederholm 177
A Dutch seventeenth-century European lacquer cabinet. Material-technical analysis to gain insight into the deteriorated surface Elise Andersson, Vincent Cattersel 190
Imitating aventurine: an eighteenth-century technique of lacquer imitation Tristram Bainbridge 207