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Three Ribbons: 30°/120°
|84||Midwood Park 1907 |
Three ribbons (oak, maple, cherry) in braid, or basketweave. Mahogany feature strips and border background. This is the same as #33 below. Inner field is 2" slats laid diagonally.
|58||Prospect Lefferts Gardens 1913 |
Three ribbons (oak, maple, cherry) in braid, or basketweave. Mahogany feature strips and border background. Use 3-Ribbons-30/120 spreadsheet. [Strip height: 2-1/8", Width: 4-3/4"] Corner dimensions are different (and spreadsheet needs enhancing).
|33||Midwood Park 1907-1908 |
Three ribbons (oak, maple, cherry) in braid, or basketweave. Mahogany feature strips and border background. Border width of the pattern is 6". Feature stripes are oak: 1-1/2", mahogany: 1/2", oak: 1". They look unbalanced. See spreadsheet.
|145||Park Slope Historic District 1891 |
Mahogany bands are 1/2" wide. In between is 11/16". Distance between peaks is 5-5/6". Pattern width is 7-7/8". Surrounding is a 2" band. Inner field is 2" strips in 12" fingerblock.
Three Ribbons: 90°
|108||Midwood Park Historic District 1904 |
A very lovely border with four woods. Overall pattern border is 7.78", with 2" of oak and 1-3/8" of mahogany surround it. The inner squares may actually be two right triangles. Pieces can be calculated in the 3-Ribbons-90 spreadsheet by setting C to zero, and A and D to 1.375". Surrounding is 2" quarter sawn oak, 1-3/8" mahogany, and 2" plain sawn oak. The inner field is 2" diagonal slats.
|24||Park Slope Mansion 1900 |
Three twisted ribbons. It sticks with 45° angles and has the triple stripe bands. I created a spreadsheet that calculates the piece sizes, though I don't know the size pictured here.
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