baluster


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one of a number of closely spaced supports for a railing

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The finds collection includes an almost complete 13/14th century baluster jug made at nearby Chilvers Coton in Nuneaton,.
Nicole Altero (21 quai Voltaire; +33 [0]1 42 61 19 90) is exhibiting an unusual Louis xiii parrot-carrier in walnut with baluster turning, replete with genuine parrot-claw marks, whilst architectural antiques specialists Galerie Samuel Roger-Origines (15 rue des Saints-Peres) are showing a splendid renaissance stone chimneypiece decorated with a crest in the centre of a laurel wreath, supported by two putti.
IF it is silver and a pepperette of baluster form with four padded feet hallmarked Birmingham 1924 would be pounds 60/80.
Pilot drill a screw hole at top and bottom and secure with a screw at each end of baluster.
As he bends over a spinning lathe, he uses only a story stick (a marked stick used as a measuring device) and a handheld gouge to turn a block of redwood into a finished baluster in four minutes flat.
The Clubhouse Deck and Rail line of products now includes new deck lighting and baluster options to create a one-stop source for decking and railing solutions.
A Charles II oak and fruitwood parquetry long dresser, with moulded top above four drawers each and two octagonal fielded panels inlaid with geometric patterns, standing on six compound baluster and block legs, realised PS9,500.
In addition to the 10' rail offering, AZEK has reformatted the entire rail offering to allow for customized installations, Rail Packs have been developed that include only the top rail, retainer, bottom rail and hardware so that individual baluster choices can be utilized.
Phillips ollection (main) and (right, top to bottom) a Jacobite portrait decanter, circa 1745-55, engraved with the bust of Prince Charles Edward Stuart with an estimate of PS4,000-6,000; a Jacobite portrait glass, circa 1745, engraved with a bust of Prince Charles Edward Stuart with an estimate of PS2,500-3,500; and a heavy baluster wine glass, circa 1710 on an inverted baluster and basal knop stem and folded foot with an estimate of PS1,500-2,000
Teasdale also burnt the terrified victim with a cigarette lighter, struck him with a baluster and punched and kicked him, while his accomplice cut him with a piece of broken mirror.
In the first half of the 18th century, plain and baluster stems predominated.
THIS is one of a set of eight late-Victorian mahogany dining chairs with flattened balloon back and baluster turned legs, circa 1880.
Other lots sold to internet bidders included a pair of Qing dynasty 19th century Chinese famille rose baluster vases, which made pounds 1,500 and a Japanese bronze and gilt metal plate from the Meiji period, which made pounds 400.