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HALF ROUND CONSOLE TABLES. HALF ROUND


HALF ROUND CONSOLE TABLES. OAK DINING ROOM TABLES AND CHAIRS. CONSOLE TABLE GLASS



Half Round Console Tables





half round console tables






    console tables
  • A table supported by ornamented brackets, either movable or fixed against a wall

  • Tables made for fixing against a wall and having no legs at the back. They came into fashion early in the eighteenth century, and were made often in pairs.





    half round
  • (Half Rounds) Looks like a half circle and is used primarily as decorative trim.  Can be used to put a rounded edge on shelving, a trim piece for wall paper, or to add a decorative pattern to a flat panel.

  • (Half Rounds) May be used as a screen moulding or bead shelf edge or panel moulding.

  • A method of cutting veneers on an off-center lathe that results in modified characteristics of both rotary and plain sliced veneers.

  • Semicircular in cross section











Cooper Avenue Row Historic District




Cooper Avenue Row Historic District





Glendale, Queens, New York City, New York, United States of America

3. Description

The Cooper Ave. Row consists of seven structures that lie along Cooper Ave., between 64th Pl. and 64th La. The row, which covers approximately half acre, contains two-story row houses, built in 1915, with flat facades and one apartment per floor. The buildings are characterized by simplified Romanesque and Renaissance Revival style detailing. The row's boundaries were drawn to exclude the surrounding frame and detached houses, and other buildings that are not in keeping with the architectural character of the row. The boundaries of the row are those delineated on the accompanying map.

The buildings, which are all identical, are constructed of yellow brick in stretcher bond with burnt orange brick detail such as panels-band courses, dentils, and arches The buildings are further characterized by brownstone stoops and water tables, double doors with glass panels and transom lights, cast-stone sills in a continuous band, segmental window arches on the first story and round window arches on the second story, and incised stone door surrounds with foliated consoles and egg-and-dart moldings. The facades are unified by simple pressed metal entablatures with dentils and blocks, visually supported at ground level by decorative ironwork.

The Cooper Ave. Row remains largely intact. Typical alterations include replacement doors and windows, and the addition of metal awnings over the entrances. There are no non-contributing buildings in the district.

4. Significance

The Cooper Ave Row is architecturally significant as one of the most ornate and best-preserved rows of working-class houses in Ridgewood. Built as a row of seven identical houses in 1915 by German-born Albin Wagner from plans drawn by Louis Berger and Co., Ridgewood's most prolific architectural firm, the buildings feature some of Ridgewood's most striking and elaborate brickwork, including recessed banding, checkerboard bonding, dentils, and header brick arches.

A similar use of yellow and burnt orange brick and header brick window arch construction is found on the "Mathews Flats," which were designed four years earlier by Louis Allmendinger. Berger may have been inspired by the brick detailing on the nearby "Mathews Flats" when he designed the Cooper Ave, Row.

The row retains an outstanding level of integrity. All of the pressed metal cornices, original doors and elaborate ironwork remain intact. Retaining complete integrity of original design, the Cooper Ave Row recalls the ambience that has distinguished it since its development in 1915.











Cooper Avenue Row Historic District




Cooper Avenue Row Historic District





Glendale Queens, New York City, New York, United States of America

3. Description

The Cooper Ave. Row consists of seven structures that lie along Cooper Ave., between 64th Pl. and 64th La. The row, which covers approximately half acre, contains two-story row houses, built in 1915, with flat facades and one apartment per floor. The buildings are characterized by simplified Romanesque and Renaissance Revival style detailing. The row's boundaries were drawn to exclude the surrounding frame and detached houses, and other buildings that are not in keeping with the architectural character of the row. The boundaries of the row are those delineated on the accompanying map.

The buildings, which are all identical, are constructed of yellow brick in stretcher bond with burnt orange brick detail such as panels-band courses, dentils, and arches The buildings are further characterized by brownstone stoops and water tables, double doors with glass panels and transom lights, cast-stone sills in a continuous band, segmental window arches on the first story and round window arches on the second story, and incised stone door surrounds with foliated consoles and egg-and-dart moldings. The facades are unified by simple pressed metal entablatures with dentils and blocks, visually supported at ground level by decorative ironwork.

The Cooper Ave. Row remains largely intact. Typical alterations include replacement doors and windows, and the addition of metal awnings over the entrances. There are no non-contributing buildings in the district.

4. Significance

The Cooper Ave Row is architecturally significant as one of the most ornate and best-preserved rows of working-class houses in Ridgewood. Built as a row of seven identical houses in 1915 by German-born Albin Wagner from plans drawn by Louis Berger and Co., Ridgewood's most prolific architectural firm, the buildings feature some of Ridgewood's most striking and elaborate brickwork, including recessed banding, checkerboard bonding, dentils, and header brick arches.

A similar use of yellow and burnt orange brick and header brick window arch construction is found on the "Mathews Flats," which were designed four years earlier by Louis Allmendinger. Berger may have been inspired by the brick detailing on the nearby "Mathews Flats" when he designed the Cooper Ave, Row.

The row retains an outstanding level of integrity. All of the pressed metal cornices, original doors and elaborate ironwork remain intact. Retaining complete integrity of original design, the Cooper Ave Row recalls the ambience that has distinguished it since its development in 1915.









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