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September 2011

Arts & Crafts Furniture

Brian Brace Fine Furniture Maker

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Master craftsman creates pieces that reflect traditional American design: sturdiness balanced with grace, angles softened with curves, and with special attention to detail.
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Arts & Crafts Architecture in Buffalo, New York

by Charity Vogel
Buffalo, New York, is packed with unusually beautiful examples of art, architecture, and culture—especially when it comes to the nation’s Arts & Crafts heritage, which this area showcases in an eye-opening breadth and multiplicity of forms, from the movement’s early incarnations to later, more complex iterations.
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Arcane Hardware, Useful Still

by Brian D. Coleman
Do you know the difference between a sash stay and a sash lock? Although some old-house hardware may seem esoteric in function, a lot of things are still quite useful once you know where they fit. Check out the items here—all still available!
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Hardware by Style

by Mary Ellen Polson
Is hardware from a fine 1790 brick Federal appropriate in a farmhouse of the same era? What kind of entry set best suits an 1895 town house? And what about the explosion of new and revival styles during the bungalow era? The answers aren’t always obvious.
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