Angelo Tornaghi wall clock from Typewriter Repair branch having a white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, with a bevelled glass front, with papers stating 'O.H.M.S. From Government Stores Department, Lands Dept, Bridge Street, Sydney'. Condition good overall condition, unsure if working. Diameter 36.5 cm
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- Bevel / Chamfer - In furniture making, a chamfered corner refers to a technique used to create a smooth, angled edge on the corner of a piece of furniture. This is typically done by cutting away a small portion of the corner at an angle, typically 45 degrees, creating a diagonal edge, rather than a sharp 90-degree angle. This technique can be used on various parts of a piece of furniture such as table legs, drawer fronts, or door frames. Chamfering can add visual interest to a piece and can help to soften the overall look of a piece of furniture. It is often used in conjunction with other techniques, such as rounding edges or using contrasting wood species to create a more elegant, sophisticated look. Chamfering is a simple way to add a touch of elegance to a piece of furniture and it is a common technique used by furniture makers.
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