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Worshipful Company of Coopers

Ideas for a coopering segment of the Renaissance Artisan project: http://renaissanceartisan.blogspot.com/


Worshipful Company of Coopers

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Marking on the bottom of a tankard, probably demonstrating ownership.

wooden bucket. Vestfold, Norway (Kulturhistorisk museum)

UNIMUS - simple html output

unimus.no

Wooden bucket from the Mary Rose. I'm wondering about the stubs of what look like pegs. Volume markers? Repairs?

coopers compass

Mary Rose tankard

St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: chest

Late 15th century dresser featuring linenfold panels.

Medieval bucket from Castell y Bere, Llanfihangel-y-Pennant, 13th century. This item comes from: National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 53.123/4). education.gtj.org...

Stave tankards from the Shipwreck Vasa, sank 1628

Antique French staved wine jug...

My finished Mary Rose tankard.

Cooper

A cooper's adze I've just started refurbishing back to working order.

Cooper’s Jointer/Big Jointer

Gutter Adz's

cooper's adze

Measuring the angle of the staves. Accuracy now saves lost beer later.

Barrelmakers - Jost Amman book of trades

antique tools / oakhilliron.com

Using an inshave to shape the inside walls of a tankard stave.

Calculating the correct angle for staves in making a wooden tankard.

"The Arte & Misterie of Coopering: A method to the mathness." A project from the School of the Renaissance Artisan

MaryRose-wooden tankard open to display pitch (?) lining

File:MaryRose-wooden tankard5.JPG - Wikimedia Commons

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