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By Darrell Peart

Thought of one of the maximum achievements of the yankee arts and crafts stream, Greene & Greene furnishings was once custom-built for particular inside areas, and plenty of of the items nonetheless stay of their unique destinations. This guide, written by means of a nationally famous furnishings maker, offers intermediate and complex woodworkers with good illustrated, step by step directions for traditional Greene & Greene info, together with ebony plugs, cloud lifts, leg indents, brackets, and pulls. A dialogue of the layout philosophy of the interval accompanies how-to chapters, and pictures of latest Greene-inspired furnishings offer rules for tasks. Biographical sketches are integrated for Charles and Henry Greene, Peter and John corridor (who outfitted many of the furniture), and competing furnishings maker Gustav Stickley.

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Iris a shame that the James furniture was never built. The rough drawing of the desk offers a tan­ talizing look at the transitional process going on in Charles' mind . 30. The drawing for the james House dining table (never built) is another transitional piece showing a few links to classic Greene & Greene designs, but having more in common with Charles' carved work from the Fleishhacker game room. Charles Sumner Green Collection, Environmental Design Archives, University of California, Berkeley THE LATER YEARS 31.

Julia Mullins Routing the Indent Detail To proceed, first set a router up with a 1 inch template guide and a 112 inch straight fluted router bit. Using scrap stock for the setup, the leg stOck is placed between the two pieces of wood on the underside of the jig and against the 1/4 inch riser block, also at the underside of the jig (51) . The bottom of the leg is referenced to the front of the jig (52). The jig is then clamped into a wood vice for routing. Set the depth of the router so that the bit does not make contact with the stOck at the high end of the ramp.

THE CLOUD LIFT DETAIL 98. 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).

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