Antique drum tables. Cherry coffee table sets.
Antique Drum Tables
- are round tables introduced for writing, with drawers around the platform.
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antique drum tables - Drum Table
Drum Table (Maple / Walnut / Cherry / Antique Brass) (24.5"H x 22"W x 22"D)
With a unique shape and traditional style, the Drum Table is a great addition to any room! This wood table will provide ample storage and display space anywhere you place it. This drum shaped accent table is made from select solid wood There is an eye-catching maple, walnut and cherry veneer inlay on the table top Features a door with antique brass plated hardware Hand-carved accents are just some of the small embellishments on this piece Assembly level/degree of difficulty: No Assembly Required.
"Large drum on folding wooden stand also referred to as da gang gu, makes and excellent side table. The drum has two drumming surfaces, one larger and one smaller. The skin over the drumming area is stained a lovely brown and resonates with a deep tone when struck. They are attached to the drum with many brass studs. The drum is hand-painted red in the Tibetan style with butterflies and flowers. The folding wooden stand is also painted red. Would make a beautiful presentation as a matching pair but can be sold separately. Price listed is for each drum."
Waiting to go on. The arrangement of my setup was very last minute. The sound tech said "isn't there supposed to be an opening DJ?" to which I replied "yes, that's me." With 20 minutes until start time (the doors were already open) they had to find me a table and extension cord. I ended up plugging into another performer's power strip and inputs on the house mixer.
antique drum tables
A page from The Engineer dated 1867 Size of each page is 16 x 11 inches( 410x280)All are genuine pages from, that issue not modern reproductions, other issues are available and also we have them all available on CD . The Engineer is a London-based fortnightly magazine covering the latest developments and business news in engineering and technology in the UK and internationally. Founded in January 1856, it is among the world's oldest professional journals. The Engineer was established by Edward Charles Healey, an entrepreneur and engineering enthusiast with financial interests in the railways whose friends included Robert Stephenson and Isambard Brunel. The journal set out to chronicle and explain the vast array of technical developments underway during Britain's Victorian age of innovation. Before the end of the 19th century The Engineer had already covered events such as Bessemer's process for the manufacture of steel, the invention of the telephone and the light developed by Thomas Edison. Over the following century and a half The Engineer reflected not just the rapid advance of engineering and technology, but also the history of Great Britain.