Member David was recently given a most unusual plough and press. They were obviously both craft made, but had some very interesting ideas incorporated into them.
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The Guild recently received a book vise courtesy of one of the members. The vise is used to clamp a book so that its spine can be worked on.
We not only have a supply of adhesive back in stock, and all nicely decanted into easily managed pots, but we have also received our order of marbling supplies from Turkey.
Our first appearance at the annual Fayre organised by the Western Australian Medieval Alliance proved to be a wonderful day in the beautiful Supreme Court Gardens.
The meeting held at the bindery saw about 20 people turn up. Although many of us had been there before, it was good to get the full guided tour from Bernie.
The Guildford Heritage Day is a very pleasant day with plenty of activities for all.
The March meeting, to be held on 25th March, will take place in the bindery at Central Institute of Technology.
The first of the marbling courses was held on Febuary 9th. It was an all day affair, with a full attendance. Outside it was 38C, but inside it was just a hive of activity.
Guest Andrew, a professional finisher, brought along a most impressive array of work for us to view.
The South Perth Art and Craft Exhibition was held on Sunday 18th November 2012 at McDougall House in Como, Western Australia.