I am a Greene and Greene enthusiast and have a question for you.
In your book, "Greene And Greene, Creating A Style", there is a photo on page 76 of the library table for the Freeman Ford house. This table has silver inlay. I am researching this table and was wondering about the silver inlay. Was the silver inlay scraped flush, or was it left proud of the surface? If proud, was it's surface curved, carved, or flat? I know the ebony was left 1/64" proud of the surface.
I don't suppose it would be possible to obtain a copy of this and/or other photos of this table/inlay/ I realize that the photos may be protected by agreement.
I wonder if you might remember anything about how the bottom shelf attaches to the bottom stretcher on that set of tables. The plans only show very basic details of what appears to be either a wide ebony plug on the face of the stretcher or the bottom shelf piercing the stretcher. I was wondering if you might remember or have photos of the bottom of the table(s).
Thanks for your time,
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