Tad D. Fallon & Randy S. Wilkinson

 

Fallon, Tad D. and Wilkinson, Randy S. "We can fix it, but should we? Examination and Treatment of an 18th Century rush seat side chair"
Postprints of the Wooden Artifacts Group
(2000): 63-68
http://aic.stanford.edu/sg/wag/2000/WAG_00_fallon.pdf

 

 

Tad D. Fallon

 

Fallon, Tad D. "Vaux-le-Vicomte"
Furniture in France, Wooden Artifacts Group
(2001): 16
http://aic.stanford.edu/sg/wag/2001/WAG_france_01.pdf

 

Fallon, Tad D. "Château de Groussay"
Furniture in France, Wooden Artifacts Group
(2001): 19
http://aic.stanford.edu/sg/wag/2001/WAG_france_01.pdf

 

Fallon, Tad D. "Château de Sassenage"
Furniture in France, Wooden Artifacts Group
(2001): 30
http://aic.stanford.edu/sg/wag/2001/WAG_france_01.pdf

 

Fallon, Tad D. "Surviving Disaster, Examination and Treatment of a late 18th Century Desk and Bookcase from the Butler-McCook House"
Postprints of the Wooden Artifacts Group (2003)
http://aic.stanford.edu/sg/wag/2003/fallon_03.pdf

 

Fallon, Tad D. "Charles Warner: Cabinetmaker, Poughkeepsie NY, a Regional Study of Early 19th Cabinetmaking in Upstate NY"
Masters Thesis. Antioch U. 2003

 

Fallon, Tad D. "A Regional Study in Early Nineteenth-century Cabinetmaking:
Charles Warner, Cabinetmaker, Poughkeepsie, New York, 2005"
Postprints of the Wooden Artifacts Group (2005)
http://aic.stanford.edu/sg/wag/2005/fallon_05.pdf

 

 

Randy S. Wilkinson

 

Wilkinson, R. S. "Maple Side Tables"
American Woodworker (1995) April: 54-57.

 

Wilkinson, R. S. "Connecticut Blanket Chest"
American Woodworker (1996) December: 38-43.

 

Wilkinson, R. S. "Hide Glue"
American Woodworker (1998) April: 54-57.

 

Wilkinson, Randy S. "Furniture Exported from New London, Connecticut 1790-1808"
Masters Thesis. Antioch U. 2000.

 

Wilkinson, Randy S. "Musée Carnavalet - Histoire de Paris", Furniture in France, Wooden Artifacts Group (2001): 14.
http://aic.stanford.edu/sg/wag/2001/WAG_france_01.pdf

 

Wilkinson, Randy S. "Baleen: Its Use as Line Inlay on an 18th Century Chest of Drawers"
Postprints of the Wooden Artifacts Group (2003): 67-72.
http://aic.stanford.edu/sg/wag/2003/wilkinson_03.pdf

 

Wilkinson, Randy. “New London County Connecticut Furniture.” American Period Furniture  9 (2009): 78-85.

 

 

 

Rian M. H. Deurenberg

 

Deurenberg, Rian M.H. “Buigen of Barsten” [“Straightening of Warped Wood”]
Handelingen, Zevende Nederlandse Symposium Hout- en Meubelrestauratie [Postprints of the Seventh National Symposium on Wood and Furniture Conservation], Stichting Ebenist, Amsterdam (2005)

 

Deurenberg, Rian M.H. “Technical Examination of the Upholstery Evidence on a 1720’s Boston Easy Chair”
Collection Catalogue of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Vogel III (2006, pending)

 

Deurenberg, Rian M.H. “Between Grime and Griffins: Varnish Reduction on a Set of Klismos Chairs”
Proceedings, Eighth International Symposium on Wood and Furniture Conservation, Stichting Ebenist, Amsterdam, (2006)

 

Deurenberg, Rian M.H. “Examination and Treatment of a Set of Klismos Chairs, attr. to John and Hugh Finlay”
Journal of the American Institute for Conservation (JAIC) (2008) vol. 47, no. 2: 97-117.

 

 

 

Randy S. Wilkinson & Rian M. H. Deurenberg

 

Deurenberg-Wilkinson, Rian and Wilkinson, Randy S. “Reproductions for Hamilton Grange: What Legs Do We Have to Stand On” Wooden Artifacts Group (WAG) Postprints for the Annual Meeting of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC), 2011 (pending)