Our wooden ornaments bearing the stylistic features of ancient Greek column heads are available in several sizes. The capital moulding wooden carvings are made exotic wood and are sold with their natural surface, therefore be easily colored and varnished to the delight of furniture carpenters. The material is harder than pine and softer than beech.
The VK-017 decorative wood panels, with their shape of a Doric capital, are excellent to refurbish old furniture with, or other, creative woodworking projects. They lend an elegant, antique feeling to their environment.
How do I fix the wooden ornaments?
You don't need special tools to fix it. Just a few things that are readily available. Sanding paper, wood glue (D2 or D3) and something you can use to press down and press while drying.
But let's look at the work in progress:
1. Sanding: It is worth sanding the pattern of the wooden ornament to get rid of small surface defects. It is also worth sanding the back before gluing. Also, if possible, the surface to be glued should also be prepared by sanding.
2. Gluing: Apply glue to both previously sanded and dust-free surfaces, then spread evenly. After that, all we have to do is to press the two surfaces together during drying. We can do this in several ways. We can press it with a carpenter's clamp, but also with weights. Professionals also use small nails to fasten it. If some glue comes out around the gluing, wipe it with a slightly damp cloth, so you won't have a problem with it later. It depends on the temperature, but after a few hours the glue hardens, so the clamp can be removed. Of course, if you want to be sure, you should wait for it to dry completely, it can take 12-24 hours.
People have known and used ornamentation for thousands of years. Among the ancient Greeks, it defined the construction of the most perfect creations, the temples. Decorations that we know to this day were used, e.g. the acanthus leaf on the Greek capital.
Greek architecture is associated with the Greek tribes and the territories they conquered. The three most important Greek capitals are the Doric, Ionic and Corinthian.
The Doric column head is i. e. It spread in the 7th and 6th centuries and was built according to the proportions of the male body. Its name refers to the Doric tribe, where the style originated.
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