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This piece was conceived in the style of the 20th century architects, brothers Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene, who were architects of the David B. Gamble House in Pasadena, California. Once again, working from published photos of furniture designed for the Gamble House, we created our own version of this existing piece. Staying true to the original design, we crafted this piece out of solid Honduras mahogany, using authentic joinery techniques and completing the finer details with solid Gaboon ebony inlays. Certain details, such as the shape of the legs, the framing of the top, and drawer aspects differ substantially from any of the tables the Greenes designed.

• color developed to match the original piece using Hulley Custom Color™ stain, tone, and lacquer finish.
• solid mahogany drawers, with hand cut dovetails, and highly figured Honduras mahogany veneer for the tabletop.
• open grained finish, hand-rubbed with steel wool to soften look

Initial design concept by John Brandon, Aerie Design Service; design refined and revised by Hulley Woodworking, as part of our "Arts & Crafts Furniture Collection".

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