BASSETT GROVE PARK FURNITURE : MADE WOODEN FURNITURE
Bassett Grove Park Furniture
- Park furniture is similar to street furniture but located in a park or garden. Examples include: *Benches *Lights *Bandstands *Statues *Fountains *Picnic tables
- (Bassetts) Cadbury UK, a subsidiary of Cadbury plc, is a British confectionery company, based in the Bournville suburb of Birmingham.
- a small growth of trees without underbrush
- garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth
- A small wood, orchard, or group of trees
- (groves) United States general who served as military director of the atomic bomb project (1896-1970)
bassett grove park furniture - Grove Park
Grove Park Inn Arts & Crafts Furniture (Popular Woodworking)
The Grove Park Inn opened in 1913, at the height of the American Arts & Crafts movement and was decorated with furniture from Roycroft, one of the major commercial producers of Arts & Crafts furniture. The Inn has retained many of the original pieces and has continued to acquire a large and rare collection of original Arts & Crafts furniture. The Grove Park Inn serves as an important link in the history of the Arts & Crafts movement and is a great location to view the furniture in place. This collection is the next best thing to visiting the Grove Park to see the furniture for yourself, showcasing this rare and beautiful furniture for the first time in any book. You'll also find never-before-published measured drawings for many of these pieces, making this a wonderful collection for history buffs and woodworkers alike.
20080720 0409 Kelly Park, Werribee
Kelly Park. Corner of Synnot Street and Cherry Street. Werribee. Victoria. 1997 - Council Wyndham's Heritage Study adopted : p.218 02 Jul 2001 - Council Heritage Overlay : ? (approved by Planning Minister in Jul 2003) 2004 - Council did further research into sites of local sigbificance and interest. Review produced 90 sites : ? 2006 - Planning Scheme amendment C86 to include 95 sites : INCLUDED TOURIST BUREAU PLANNED FOR KELLY PARK A Development Plan to be prepared, including low barrier fencing around the perimiter, installation of water reticulation, picnic tables and electric BBQ's. Werribee Banner of 29 Sep 1976, page 3 KELLY PARK IMPROVEMENTS Funds of $9,700 to be expended on the most benificial improvements, to develop Kelly Park as a high standard park, which is appropriate for its prominent and central location, and for use by tourists and visitors to the municipality as a Picnic/Rest area. Works to include 1. Construct kerbing on the Synnott Street frontage, west of the Elderly citizens club. 2. Construct kerbing along the N.E. extension of Synnott Street. 3. Erect a barrier fence along the Princes Highway frontage and in the parking area serving the Elderly Citizens Club and the RSL. 4. Instal a water reticulation system. 5. Top dress the lawns. 6. Provide seats, picnic tables, park furniture, etc, in the picnic areas. Werribee Banner of 20 Apr 1977, page 6 Wyndham Planning Scheme H016 : The heritage place is the whole of the park. Recent buildings are not included. 48. "Council reserve containing mature trees. An important local landmark, gazetted in the 1860's as a reserve." 21 Aug 2006
Furniture at Mansfield Park
Outdoor furniture at Mansfield Park during the drought 2007
bassett grove park furniture
A glorious celebration of the singular sophistication of English furniture, this lavishly illustrated volume features more than 150 objects from the world-class collection of Hyde Park Antiques—one of the most prestigious purveyors of objects from England's history—showcased among charming illustrations of period interiors, exquisite drawings from cabinet-makers' albums, and contemporary interiors from the world's luminary decorators, including Mario Buatta, Albert Hadley, Bunny Williams, Charlotte Moss, and Cullman & Kravis, among many others. Five major styles from the periods between 1700 and 1830 are showcased in depth—from Queen Anne to Georgian, spanning Paladianism, English Rococo, Neoclassicsim, and Regency—along with the important designers of the age such as Thomas Chippenddale, Robert Adam, and George Hepplewhite. Recommended for both the serious collector and more casual admirer of traditional English style and design, this volume is destined to be a classic and is a must-have addition for every antiques aficionado's library.