Does anyone have any photos of the construction techniques for the Seymours version of the French feet they commonly used on their tall case clocks, shelf clocks and four drawer chests. I have Mussey's book and I see where they canted the legs outwardly at an angle of between six and ten degrees. What I would like to find out is: 1) what is the thickness of the stock at the floor, also the thickness where it joins the bottom of the chest? 2) Is the leg mitered? 3) What was the grain orientation of both the foot and the glue blocks? 4) Were the glue blocks made with white pine?
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