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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


Quadralinear Posts

Four quartersawn solid white oak boards are mitered and then glued around a center post. This distinctive Leopold Stickley construction technique best displays the oak's ray flake.

Simply gluing boards together to make a post yields an unsightly glue line and grain variation. Gustav Stickley achieved a similar effect with oak veneer. This feature is used in Mission styles exclusively.
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