From The Desk of Mary B. McWilliams
I’ve been a collector as long as I can remember, and I married a man who shared my passion for collecting. In 1976 Jim, and I bought an Arts & Crafts house and collected Arts & Crafts furniture and accessories until the mid-1980s, when two well-known dealers got into a bidding war over a Stickley desk. That activity added another zero to the price of Stickley furniture and curtailed our buying.
Then we discovered...
This Greene and Greene Hall Table is made out of Sapele with a Dye stain and a lacquer finish that is hand rubbed . The piece available now does not have the Suzanne Crane tiles inlayed in top but,one could be ordered for $4,880. Thanks,Brian Brace
Maker: Brian Brace Fine Furniture Maker
Location: Black Mountain,North Carolina!
Date made: October 2012
Dimensions: 72" width x 32" height x 18" depth
I must confess to having gone nowhere this week, at least not outside of a couple of trips to the printer in Asheville and two meetings at the Grove Park Inn.
For many of you, your next little journey may also be taking you into Asheville and up Sunset Mountain to the famed Grove Park Inn. As your cruise director – for this historic resort has often been compared to a cruise ship resting atop a mountain – I would like to pass along a couple of travel tips...
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