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Greene and Greene End Table Greene and Greene End Table
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Product description: Greene and Greene is a distinctive style popular in the Arts and Crafts movement. This desk displays key elements of the style such as: curves in the wood top cut in the "cloud lift" style and "dancing peg joinery". My Greene and Greene Desk is constructed out of Cherry and Ebony. As a furniture maker, this is a style that challenges your skills and shows his or her excellence. This piece can be made up to 22" x 22" top at this price! This piece, along with many of my pieces, can be built in different wood species to suit your needs. My Greene and Greene Desk is featured the 2012 summer issue of Arts and Craft Homes and The Revival art and craft section! Brian Brace Fine Furniture Black Mountain, NC www.finefurnituremaker.net
 
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$1450.00 USD

Greene and Greene End Table

Furniture by Brian Brace Fine Furniture

  • Shipping: Shipping Included Anywhere
  • Product ID#: 45700
  • Dimensions: 18 1/2" width x22" height x18" depth
  • Weight: 25 lbs
  • Materials: Other Materials, Oil

Artwork Description: Greene and Greene is a distinctive style popular in the Arts and Crafts movement. This desk displays key elements of the style such as: curves in the wood top cut in the "cloud lift" style and "dancing peg joinery". My Greene and Greene Desk is constructed out of Cherry and Ebony. As a furniture maker, this is a style that challenges your skills and shows his or her excellence.

This piece can be made up to 22" x 22" top at this price!
This piece, along with many of my pieces, can be built in different wood species to suit your needs.

My Greene and Greene Desk is featured the 2012 summer issue of Arts and Craft Homes and The Revival art and craft section!

Brian Brace
Fine Furniture
Black Mountain, NC
www.finefurnituremaker.net

I began my furniture maker apprenticeship under a local master furniture maker in Vermont while still in high school. Upon completing the required 8000 hour furnituremaker apprenticeship program, I became the first to achieve Vermont State certification. My 5 year journeymanship followed, beginning in Vermont and extending to Naples, FL. Finally, in 2004, my dream of being a Master furnituremaker came true when I opened my first shop in Naples, FL. In 2010, I expanded that dream by relocating back to the forests, this time, in the Western North Carolina town of...read more