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Circular Pedestal Table
- A table with a single central support
- A table that features a center pedestal support instead of four legs.
- a table supported by a single central column
- A table which has a central supporting column or pillar.
- A letter or advertisement that is distributed to a large number of people
- describing a circle; moving in a circle; "the circular motion of the wheel"
- an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution; "he mailed the circular to all subscribers"
- round: having a circular shape
circular pedestal table - Home Styles
Home Styles Furniture 42" Round Pedestal Casual Dining Table in Antique White
Reflecting a solid contemporary style and sensibility, the Home Styles Pedestal Dining Table is perfectly suited for any daintily-themed dining area. Distinguished by a beveled-edge table top and carved column and pad-foot base, this table offers all you need for a maximum of four individuals. A lovely antique white finish completes the look and appeal of the Home Styles Pedestal Dining Table. Features: Contemporary Style Pedestal Base Wood Base Antique White Finish Wood Top All hardwood solids Seats 4 people comfortably Round Shape Standard table height Casual Dining Beveled edge table wood top Carved column and pad feet Assembly required Specifications: Product Dimensions: 30" H x 42" W x 42" D Product Weight: 78 lbs
Details (Saint Peter's Square) - Vatican City
Elementos mais representativos: Podio ou pedestal. Inclui Estilobata e Estereobata. O templo assenta, por vezes, numa plataforma escalonada, de forma a elevar o edificio sobre o terreno. Coluna. Inclui a base, o fuste e o capitel. A coluna sofre um quase imperceptivel estreitamento da base ate ao topo, acentuando a monumentalidade do edificio. A sua construccao e segmentada em blocos de pedra, chamados tambores, sobrepostos uns aos outros. O fuste apresenta ainda um ligeiro encurvamento a meio, entasis, que dota a coluna de uma qualidade elastica. O capitel oferece uma ligacao decorativa entre a coluna e o entablamento, que de outro modo pareceria um pouco tosca, suavizando a verticalidade da coluna. Entablamento. Inclui a arquitrave, o friso e a cornija suportados pelas colunas. A arquitrave e o elemento horizontal que assenta sobre as colunas e e normalmente desprovido de decoracao. Sobre a arquitrave assenta o friso, um elemento tambem horizontal, mas com decoracao geralmente em relevo. A cornija e o elemento superior, tambem horizontal, que se estende alem dos limites do templo e se quebra em angulo de acordo com o telhado de duas aguas. Frontao. Inclui o timpano. O frontao encima a fachada principal e a sua forma e determinada pelo telhado. O timpano emoldurado pela mesma forma apresenta escultura decorativa em relevo. A classical order is one of the ancient styles of classical architecture, each distinguished by its proportions and characteristic profiles and details, and most readily recognizable by the type of column employed. From the 16th century onwards, architectural theorists recognized five orders. Each style has its proper entablature, consisting of architrave, frieze and cornice. Ranged in the engraving (illustration, right), from the stockiest and most primitive to the richest and most slender, they are: Tuscan (Roman) and Doric (Greek and Roman, illustrated here in its Roman version); Ionic (Greek version) and Ionic (Roman version); Corinthian (Greek and Roman) and composite (Roman). There are just three ancient and original orders of architecture, the Doric, Ionic and Corinthian, which were invented by the Greeks. To these the Romans added the Tuscan, which they made simpler than the Doric, and the Composite, which was more ornamental than the Corinthian. The order of a classical building is like the mode or key of classical music, or the grammar and rhetoric of a written composition. It is established by certain modules like the intervals of music, and it raises certain expectations in an audience attuned to its language. There are three parts of a column. A column is divided into a shaft, its base and its capital. In classical buildings the horizontal structure that is supported on the columns like a beam is called an entablature. The entablature is commonly divided into the architrave, the frieze and the cornice. To distinguish between the different Classical orders, the capital is used, having the most distinct characteristics. Table of architecture, Cyclopaedia, 1728 A complete column and entablature consist of a number of distinct parts. The stylobate is the flat pavement on which the columns are placed. Standing upon the stylobate is the plinth, a square block – sometimes circular – which forms the lowest part of the base. The remainder of the base may be given one or many moldings with profiles. Common examples are the convex torus and the concave scotia, separated by fillets or bands. On top of the base, the shaft is placed vertically. The shaft is cylindrical in shape and both long and narrow. The shaft is sometimes articulated with vertical hollow grooves or fluting. The shaft is wider at the bottom than at the top, because its entasis, beginning a third of the way up, imperceptibly makes the column slightly more slender at the top. The capital rests on the shaft. It has a load-bearing function, which concentrates the weight of the entablature on the supportive column, but it primarily serves an aesthetic purpose. The simplest form of the capital is the Doric, consisting of three parts. The necking is the continuation of the shaft, but is visually separated by one or many grooves. The echinus lies atop the necking. It is a circular block that bulges outwards towards the top to support the abacus, which is a square or shaped block that in turn supports the entablature. The entablature consists of three horizontal layers, all of which are visually separated from each other using moldings or bands. The three layers of the entablature have distinct names: the architrave comes at the bottom, the frieze is in the middle and the molded cornice lies on the top. In Roman and post-Renaissance work, the entablature may be carried from column to column in the form of an arch that springs from the column that bears its weight, retaining its divisions and sculptural enrichment, if any. From Wikipedia!
if the shoes fit, WEAR them!
We had the most wonderful, FUN, festive Valentine Party on Sunday. Everyone was asked to wear RED! Most of the guests were artist friends, so, of course, we couldn't wait to see what they wore! When Greg arrived, I didn't see any RED until he was standing next to the buffet table and I happened to look down at the floor! “The true artist has the planet for his pedestal; the adventurer, after years of strife, has nothing broader than his shoes.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson ~ and I realized, “The shoe that fits one person pinches another; there is no recipe for living that fits all cases.” ~ Carl Gustav Jung ~ “If your friend says of some picture, "Yes, but what does it mean?" ask him, what his carpet means or the circular patterns on his shoes." ~ Stephen Potter ~ Did I overhear Greg say: “Is it time to go home yet? I keep clicking these damn shoes, but nothing happens.” ~ Robin Hecht ~ Thanks for coming, Greg! Your presence was a gift!
circular pedestal table
Drop Leaf Table, Round, 42" Diameter, Space Saver folds to storage or use one leaf in small nook or kitchen. Open both leaves for extra company or serving area. Made of solid wood in Light Oak Finish. No Assembly required.
Straightforward and economical, this Winsome Wood 42-inch round drop leaf table doesn't scrimp on quality: sturdy solid wood construction and subtle tailoring make it a useful piece for years to come. When guests arrive, the table's two leaves fold out to make room for four with a graceful beveled top edge and slender, tapered legs that provide plenty of support without bulk. With just one leaf up, the table works well in small spaces like studios or kitchen breakfast areas. To store, simply put both leaves down and collapse the crossed support rails. The table's Light Oak finish is casual and warm under colorful placemats for everyday use or add a linen tablecloth and china settings for more elegant affairs. It measures 29-1/2 inches high and comes fully assembled. --Kara Karll