January 4, 2013 · By Jon Townsend
From the Encyclopedia of Sciences, Arts and Trades, Diderot and D’Alembert
We carry barrels that are still made pretty much the same way today.
Details: workshop, workmen, barrel, mallet, chisel, shaving horse, windlass, draw knife, barrel hoops, spigot, pitcher, churn, tub, rundlet
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