Here are two patterns we have named furniture scroll saw designs as they come from furniture photos in some old books.

More precisely, they adorned a piece of fine furniture in the above photos, and we decided to draw them for you the moment we laid our eyes on them.  The first scroll saw design we found in the book ‚A manual of sorrento and inlaid work for amateurs‚ (Author: Hope Arthur), published in 1876. This design can be used to create shelf sides. The second scroll saw design we found in the book ‚Details of Elizabethan architecture‚ (Author: Shaw Henry), published in 1839. This design can be used as decoration on some piece of furniture.


Furniture scroll saw designs
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If you are into scroll saw technique or furniture making, you probably already have ideas on how to use them. And even if you currently have no idea whatsoever, make sure to download the designs and include them in your collection, they may come in handy for a future project of yours one day soon! According to the book publishing date, it can be concluded that both designs are more than 100 years old so you can use them to decorate various types of fine furniture. Nowadays, such furniture is made less and less, but the demand for antique fine furniture will never disappear because there are many people who have enough money to afford the beauty of such pieces of furniture.


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