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PANELLING AND BOOKCASES - DETAILS 27

In these images we show how a wooden cornice will shrink and often draw away from the ceiling where as the illustration of the plaster cornice fitted at the same time in the adjoining section of the room has not moved at all.  The final detail of the morticed framework of the pine door shows part of the construction method and the delight of the build up of the glowing beeswax polish to finish off the pine joinery Simon Spencer designed.

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A wooden cornice will shrink and draw away from the ceiling. The plaster cornice fitted at the same time has not moved.  The detail of the morticed framework of the pine door the construction method of traditional pine joinery.

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