Sears House - Table of Contents

Front hall / Living room / Dining room
Charles B. and Florence Sears
House
75 Barker Street, Buffalo, NY

Built in 1914
Federal/Colonial Style


Entry hall


Front entrance  in vestibule ...  Detail below:



Vestibule: The  brick tulip markings are also found on the living room fireplace




Entry hall  ...  --- details below:



Entry hall  ...   Cloth reinforced plaster medallion  ...  Chandelier  ...  Dentil molding



Entry hall  ...  Ancone 



Entry hall  ...  Ancone



Entry hall  ...  Colonial Revival  turned  balusters



Living room


Living room




 Living room  ...  Colonial Revival  fireplace  ... Two details below:



  Living room  ... 
Colonial Revival  fireplace  detail #1 - FriezeGouged dentils  ... Urn
Note tulip pattern in marked bricks



 Living room  ... 
Colonial Revival  fireplace  detail #2 -  Gouged dentils  ... Frieze: urn  ...  Dentils below frieze  ... Acanthus leaf  capitals over fluted shafts



  Living room  ...  Paterae in elaborate wooden molding



  Living room ... Detail below:







Dining room


Dining room



Dining room -  Cloth reinforced plaster medallionEgg-and-dart  ...  Alternating acanthus and palm leaves



Dining room



Dining room  ...  Colonial Revival  fireplace  ...  Four details below:


Dining room Colonial Revival  fireplace  detail #1: basket with basket weave pattern


Dining room Colonial Revival  fireplace  detail #2: Oval patera above palm leaf capital  ...  Fluted column shaft


Dining room Colonial Revival  fireplace  detail #3: Painted branded brick


Dining room fireplace detail #4: brass fender




Dining room  ...  Note elaborate molding, a feature found throughout the house



Dining room  ...  Sconce with scrolling acanthus arms





Special thanks to owner Craig Drabik for his cooperation in 2016

Photos and their arrangement 2016 Chuck LaChiusa
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