etagere


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a piece of furniture with open shelves for displaying small ornaments

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Les archives psychiatriques ne se trouvent pas uniquement bien rangees dans des boites et des classeurs, sur les etageres d'un sous-sol d'hopital ou d'un centre d'archivage.
Contract notice: Of etagere or shelving and marie curie hospital complement civilian market.
En depit d'avoir les jambes, les champions du monde joueront avec leur coeur et cette envie d'accrocher a leur palmares le seul titre qui manque a leur etagere.
Etagere Y, a freestanding bookcase, has natural beech supports inspired by trees, and shelves lacquered with different pastel colors taken from seaside houses.
The etagere is a popular piece of furniture in France, with open shelves used to display small ornaments on.
Things started to fall apart at home when my brother, Jaja, did not go to communion and Papa flung his heavy missal across the room and broke the figurines on the etagere.
And if he had passed into the adjoining room, he would have found a luxurious four-poster bed, a rustic etagere laden with Sevres porcelain, a Turkish hookah, a large alabaster cup and a crystal vase; on the far wall, panels painted with mythological scenes, two large canvases representing the Muses of History and Comedy and, hung variously upon the walls, Arab barracans, other oriental cashmere robes and an ancient pilgrim's flask; and a washstand with a shelf filled with toiletry articles of the finest qualityin short, a bizarre collection of costly and curious objects that perhaps indicated not so much a consistency and refinement of taste as a desire for ostentatious opulence.
We are told: "Things started to fall apart at home when my brother, Jaja, did not go to communion and Papa flung his heavy missal across the room and broke the figurines on the etagere.
each one unique each one a narrative the etagere holds up to the light
But if you can't wait, try this Languedoc Etagere, pounds 59.
We created an in-store merchandiser modeled after a toilet etagere that fits above those cases of wine creating new real estate.
Skoglund to her office, unable to resist a backward glance at the etagere and the spot where the fluted silver dish had been.
His missal, which is supposed to be sacred, judging from his parochial sense of religion, becomes a missile which he throws at Jaja, thereby destroying the figurines on the etagere.
Christie's sale in Amsterdam on 1 April of property from the House of Liechtenstein includes items from the Biedermeier period, including, for example, a five-metre-wide etagere made in Vienna around 1820.