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David Harris Conference postprints published

From: Dominique Rogers <do>
Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2001
The David Harris conference is held annually to commemorate the life
of David Harris, who sadly died in 1996.  He was a particularly
gifted second year student of the Conservation-Restoration course at
London Guildhall University, London, UK.

The Postprints of the David Harris Conference 2000, held on 28 June
2000 at Sir John Cass Department of Design and Technology
Restoration and Conservation Section, London Guildhall University,
are sponsored by the Furniture Section of UKIC and London Guildhall
University (30 pages + 4 pages colour illustrations). They are
available from:

    United Kingdom Institute for Conservation
    109 The Chandlery
    50 Westminster Bridge Road
    London SE1 7QY,  U.K.
    +44 207 721 8721
    Fax: +44 207 721 8722
    ukic [at] ukic__org__uk

Cost: 5 Pounds Sterling (UKIC members) 7 Pounds Sterling (non
members), Plus postage and packing: 1.50  Pounds Sterling UK
and Europe, 2.50 Pounds Sterling the rest of the world.
Orders can be placed by post, telephone, Fax or e-mail.


    A Marquetry Technique Away from Tradition
    Georges Vriz talks about his art

    Journeys round a Chinese Lacquer Tea caddy from the Victoria and
    Albert Museum.
    Angela Sutton-Vane

    From the Golden to the Gilded,  Conservation Projects at The
    Preservation Society of Newport County.
    Charles J. Moore

    The Conservation of two Picture Frames,  Work Experience at the
    Tate Gallery and Final Year Major Project.
    Ann Katrin Koster

    The Restoration of the Banqueting Room Ceiling at the Royal
    Pavilion, Brighton, 1999.
    Anne Sowden

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