gateleg table


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a drop-leaf table with the drop-leaves supported by hinged legs

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WE ONCE owned an oak gateleg table, then one of the three oldest things in our home, which was made in the middle of the 17th century When I said so once at a family gathering, adding that that was around the time of the Great Fire of London, it prompted the mother-in-law to grimace and suggest that it might once have had some man's severed head lying on it
New additions to the National Trust collection include the Durham Gateleg Table (pounds 1,485), inspired by the one at Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire, and an intricately carved Buffet (pounds 1,595), inspired by one at Chastleton, Oxfordshire.
Classic wooden accessories such as bread boxes, storage jars and cutting boards never date however, and you can also pick up occasional kitchen furniture, such as a folding, gateleg table or a smart kitchen trolley in pine.
Bought by the museum with assistance from the independent art charity, the National Art Collection Fund, the Brenhin-bren Y Ganllwyd gateleg table is a valuable addition, partly due to its connection with the Vaughans of Hengwrt and Nannau, Meirionnydd, and also because of its association with Welsh folklore.
Alternatively, Norden is a gateleg table, where two sides fold down with a top made from particleboard, finished in acrylic paint.
I have a bay window and thought this would look better than my old secondhand gateleg table.
Its Bjorkudden gateleg table, pounds 125, seats two-four people and has six drawers.
Memrie Table, a gateleg table in Martha Stewart's Lily Pond collection, has a small foot-print when not in use.
For instance choose a sofa bed, a nest of tables rather than one large one and gateleg tables that can be folded away and quickly opened up at meal times.
Dressers, gateleg tables, sets of chairs: The dining room is likely to continue to lose importance, according to John Andrews, having a detrimental effect on prices of component furniture.
While there was an abundance of English rolltop desks and gateleg tables at the time, that wasn't the case with high-end Italian Renaissance Revival furniture," Shedd said.