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Paul Sellers

Paul Sellers
Born (1950-01-04) January 4, 1950 (age 64)
Stockport, Cheshire, England
Occupation Furniture Maker, Writer and Teacher
Education Traditional Apprenticeship

Paul Sellers was born in 1950 and apprenticed in the UK in 1965.[1] He moved to the US in 1984 and quickly became noted for his ability in traditional woodworking. He has taught thousands of people in the craft of woodworking. He teaches in the USA and the UK for the New Legacy School of Woodworking.[2] Sellers is author to Working Wood which was published in 2011.

Books

  • Working Wood

Articles

  • Discussions: Paul Sellers by Joel Hess
  • Sharpening Hand Saws by Paul Sellers
  • The Essential Awl by Paul Sellers

External links

  • New Legacy School of Woodworking
  • Paul Sellers' Website

References

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