Buffets: Style, Gamble

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The Old House Web
Smooth rounded edges, elaborately pegged joints and intricate inlays define Stickley's Gamble House Buffet and China Top as a faithful Green & Greene reproduction.

Part of the company's new Pasadena Bungalow Collection, the piece pays homage to Charles and Henry Greene who brought the Arts & Crafts movement to the American west in the late 19th century.

The three-door buffet and china top is inspired by a set of doors at the Gamble House in Pasadena, California, one of the masterworks of the Greenes.

Both pieces are made of sapelli wood solids and veneers with African blackwood raised splines and square pegs. Behind the mullioned glass doors are three plate-grooved, adjustable glass shelves and halogen interior lights with dimmer switch.

Behind the buffet doors is an adjustable shelf, and the center drawer features a cloth silver liner. All pulls and handles are made from sapelli with blackwood accents.

  • Gamble House Buffet and China Top, AN-7350 & AN-7351
  • Dimensions: 83-1/2" high x 67-1/2" wide x 18-1/2" deep
  • Retails for about $8,237 (October 2005).
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