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08-31-2011 06:15 AM

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I am in the process of a new project, I am using “pins” or exposed dowels I cut off after joining (I dont know the technical term)for the joinery and I dont know what the style is called. Is this considered Greene and Greene? Or arts and crafts? Someone break it down for me please. Thanks in advance
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#1 posted 08-31-2011 06:33 AM

You are in the realm of arts and crafts, which greene and greene fall under. However the greene’s style was a square peg with rounded edges typically ebony I would guess.

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