Conservation scholar Gregg Perry will lead us back into time on a journey of restoring and conserving 17th -19th century period architecture furnishings and timepieces.
139. Colonial town shops- Part II
37:05The eye glass seller,tobacconist and the hot smith.
138. Colonial town shops
44:49The barber and wig maker, the baker, the apothecary and the hatter.
137. The journey of an antique clock
24:10How a clock I bought at auction, restored and found its way to an auction house selling for over $92,000.
136. NHL- Lime Mortar
20:20The different uses of lime mortar are described in historic preservation.
135. Country Work
50:28Miller, and the tinker
134. Country trades
32:45The blacksmith, The Cooper, The White Cooper, The Housewright
133. The colonial artisan
28:48New world, new ways, British restrictions, the apprentice system and quality and honesty
132. Limes and mortars-Part II
25:44Mortar, additives,aggregates, mixing and analysis of mortar.
131. Saving Structural brickwork
8:37Stabilizing brickwork with a combination of modern materials and traditional techniques.
131. Limes and mortars-Part I
26:22Lime used in building, binders, lime and mortar, the lime cycle and hydraulic limes.