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Bloody Delight Is it Ethical to Use Material from Endangered Species in the Restoration of 18th Century Furniture

Bloody Delight Is it Ethical to Use Material from Endangered Species in the Restoration of 18th Century Furniture

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BUCKS NEW UNIVERSITY
MA FURNITURE CONSERVATION RESTORATION &DECORATIVE ARTS
BLOODY DELIGHT:
Is it Ethical to Use Material fromEndangered Species in the Restoration of 18th Century Furniture?
 
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AUTHOR: Ivo KipreID: 2091659 October 2010
 
 
BUCKS NEW UNIVERSITYFACULTY OF CREATIVITY AND CULTURE
MA FURNITURE CONSERVATION RESTORATION &DECORATIVE ARTS
BLOODY DELIGHT: Is it Ethical to UseMaterial from Endangered Species in theRestoration of 18th Century Furniture?
AUTHOR: Ivo Kipre
ID: 20916593VMC Tutor: Kate McIntyre MA(RCA)Module: ADM02-09SBWord Count: 7933
October 2010
 
 
 
Acknowledgements
I would like to thank my family for supporting my dreams, especially to my sisters Katarinaand Nikoleta whose serenity and support means a lot to me.Also I would like to acknowledge and thank all of the people without who this dissertationwould not be possible. Special thanks to Dr. Campbell Robert Norman-Smith and Mr. PaulTear MBE for their help and advices.I wish to make acknowledgement to Mr. Yannick Chastang and Mr. Donald C. Williams forsharing their time and information.

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