American cabinetmakers first created a demand for it, as much as 10s.
Why, the cabinetmakers at home would give you almost any money for a cargo of such walnut as this under my hand.'
It is impossible for the cabinetmakers and the craftsmen to have utterly ignored the splendours of France.
The woods in ordinary use by cabinetmakers may be divided broadly into two classes, viz.
The cabinetmakers, both at Ghent and Brussels, assert that they have often to work seventeen hours a day.
The Walnut-tree was frequently adopted by cabinetmakers, and is at the present day a not uncommon alehouse sign.