By Darrell Peart
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The rate of fade-out of the indent can be controlled by the thickness of the (1/4 inch) block between the two pieces of wood on the underside of the jig. By using differently-sized template guides the width of the indent face can be varied . 62. The fin ished Leg indent: aLL the corners and edges are eased or rounded, and the indentfodes smoothly back into the Leg. Julia Mullins BLACKER LEG INDENT DETAIL 49 63. 1907-09) is another classic Greene & Greene design. Notice the leg indents, the carved cloud lift in the doors.
The Bush curio cabinet (1908) features a series ofcloud lifts in the top and bottom rails ofits two doors. ' 61 62 Greene & Greene: Design Elements for the Workshop 99. This is a serving table from the Bolton/Bush House (1906-01). This was most likely the first time the Creenes used square ebony plugs. Sotheby's New York 100. Before the Cremes used square ebony plugs, they employed proud dowels. These are from a curtain rod fixture in the Robinson House. 63 Chapter 11 The Ebony Plugs The origin of the ebony plug is somewhat unclear, but the detail can be seen on Chinese furniture from the late 1700's (Ming Dynasty).
Culbertson House of 1911-1913 was his only later project in which he designed a sizable amounr of furnirure , and the pieces, while well-designed and constructed, were more in the Queen Anne sryle than his own. In 1916 Charles and his family moved north up the California coast to Carmel. The firm known as Greene & Greene formally ceased to exist in 1922, although Charles conrinued to enlist Henry for his engineering skills. Henry conrinued living and working independenr ly in Pasadena where he designed several new homes (and even some furniture) and maintained existing Greene & Greene houses.