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PINNED MORTISE AND TENON JOINERY

SPLINING

DOVETAILED CROSS RAILS

TONGUE & GROOVE GLUE JOINTS

PINNING OF CHAIR JOINTS

SHIP LAP PLANKING

BRACKET FOOT CONSTRUCTION

QUADRALINEAR POSTS

QUARTER ROUNDS

SIDE HUNG & CENTER GUIDED DRAWERS

TENONS

KEYED TENONS

RESAWN & BOOK MATCHED DOOR PANELS

SOLID QUARTERSAWN WHITE OAK

BED RAIL CONSTRUCTION


Resawn & Book Matched Door Panels

Resawing is a process of splitting thick lumber into thinner boards. The split halves are then opened like a book revealing identical grain. This painstaking process creates beautifully grained panels on all Stickley pieces it's used on.

Making panels this way is more costly and more labor intensive, however, it is much more attractive than randomly matched boards.
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