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Distressed White End Table
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- (of furniture, leather, or clothing) Having simulated marks of age and wear
- Suffering from anxiety, sorrow, or pain
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- A table is a type of furniture comprising an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient or comfortable height when sitting, and is therefore often used in conjunction with chairs.
- (End tables) are small tables typically placed beside couches or armchairs. Often lamps will be placed on an end table.
- (End tables) Usually bought in pairs, they accent the style of the coffee table or other furniture. Usually placed at the end of the sofa, it is a very important piece of a living room set.
- Paint or turn (something) white
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- a member of the Caucasoid race
- being of the achromatic color of maximum lightness; having little or no hue owing to reflection of almost all incident light; "as white as fresh snow"; "a bride's white dress"
distressed white end table - 18x24 Picture
18x24 Picture Frame / Poster Frame 2.5" Wide Distressed Black Wood Frame (2.5DRIFTWOODBK)
This frame is manufactured in the USA, using the best materials and tools available. Our frames larger than 12x18 inches include styrene facing (acrylic upgrade is available), a rigid cardboard backing and hanging hardware. Some assembly is required to attach the hanging hardware to the frame. Hanging hardware includes: (1) 1" Nail, (1) 30# capacity Wall Hanger, (1) 9'6" length of Hanging Wire, (2) D-Rings, (2) 1/2" Screws. Before hanging your frame, please remember to peel off the protective film from the styrene (or acrylic) for maximum clarity.
0017 Sarah Miles
Sarah Miles in South Africa on the set of ‘Ryan’s Daughter’ When, in 1965, I saw the film, Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines, I was enchanted by the character Patricia Rawnsley, a pretty, young ‘poppet’ in a boater and scarf. She was played by Sarah Miles, who I’d also seen in the outrageous film Blow-Up, a part which, apparently because of its macabre and promiscuous content, caused her great mental distress and disenchantment and almost made her give up acting in films altogether. What I did not know was that she had commenced her film career in 1962, straight from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA.) as a husky-voiced nymphet, to seduce Lawrence Olivier in Term Of Trial and was, for a time, similarly type-cast. According to the Google website and biography she was, apparently also partly instrumental in the gradual introduction and addition of more sex in British films. She had, in the interim, married the playwright, Robert Bolt and had a son. During my brief one week with Ryan’s Daughter, the publicist asked me to do some special publicity pictures of her away from the set, during one of her off days. I jumped at the chance, especially as there was nothing much happening on the set. I had already been introduced to her at the old Grand Hotel where she was staying, and she was thrilled to be able to get away and at last, see a bit of Cape Town. We arranged to meet the following morning. I’d been told beforehand, by Charlie Parker (my make-up friend, from Zulu) that she could be quite a wilful girl and could be quite brazen as far as ‘men’ were concerned. My first impression of her was, however, that she was a lovely, open-hearted, friendly girl and I looked forward greatly to our ‘shoot. Nothing prepared me for the sight which met my eyes the following morning in the hotel lobby. She came out of the elevator and glided across the floor, oozing charm and sex-appeal from every pore. I noted that not only had she chosen a particularly sheer, diaphanous blouse for our day’s work, but that she was also, well, . . bra-less. I also noticed that she had an enchanting, slightly freckled face. The first thing she said to me in that seductive husky voice was, “I need to buy a silk scarf Bob, I can’t afford to get sunburned on my face.” “I know of some rather lovely scarves at Stuttafords” I said. So off we went to shop and she found a beautiful one she liked and - since I confess I was already a tiny bit smitten - I paid for it. She was almost like a gleeful little girl and delighted with her ‘present’. We first went up to Constantia Nek for a lovely brunch where I took out my camera and started shooting. Then we went down to the fishing harbour at Hout Bay for more pictures. And then we went to the Chapman’s Peak Hotel, where we just talked and shared a bottle of wine. She had told me earlier that she loved horses. A week earlier, coincidentally, I’d had to do, for SATOUR, a shot of the “Malay” landau and the four white horses belonging to a nice man, a Mr. Salie, up in the Malay quarter (Bo-kaap as it is today) so I phoned him to let him know that we were coming. As a surprise for her, back we went to Cape Town and arrived at Mr Salie’s stables. Sarah was beside herself with joy and I got lovely natural shots of her nuzzling the beautiful white horses. In the late afternoon, we went down to the Hout Bay beach and I photographed her in an old fishing boat wearing her big floppy hat. (see picture) Then came a moment I won’t easily forget. We sat together on the sand dune and just relaxed gazing out to sea and enjoying each other’s company without saying a word, she then lay down with her lovely, freckled face on my lap and briefly went to sleep. This absolute trust and warmth, so soon after our meeting, was something I’ll never forget and I knew I’d made a new friend. After I’d told her I was actually a passionate theatre photographer, she enthusiastically invited me to London, to photograph her husband Robert’s play, Vivat Vivat Regina in which she, within three months, was to appear. “No fee I’m afraid,” she said, but offered to pay all expenses and fly me to London. After first telephoning her home in England to enquire about her little son, who had been ill, we went back to The Clifton hotel where I was staying, for me to shower and change for dinner, followed afterwards, by a bit of rather energetic & (erotically) exciting dancing. Charlie was there too and winked at me several times, rather loudly & knowingly! It was a wonderful end to a perfect day with this, tactile and enigmatic girl, who went on to star in many films, one in particular was Hope and Glory in which she was anything but type-cast by playing a middle-aged Mum, during the blitz in London. Her performance in this wonderful film was highly acclaimed. One week later I took her to the unit’s big ‘wrap’ party, at local musician and film-buff Colin Campbell’s lovely home in Camps Bay, where
Vintage Demi Lune Table Pair Shabby Chic Cottage Beach Aqua White 1930s Upcycled Painted Chippy
***Please visit my profile page for the link to my shop**** .Vintage pair of demi lune tables .1930s .Solid wood .Reworked in a shabby chic style .Painted country white with a pale aqua wash and distressed lovingly .Clear coat applied to protect the finish .Perfect for that beachy cottage look .These could be used as nightstands, end tables or a center foyer table .They measure, 23 1/4" tall, 23 1/2" wide and 11 3/4" deep .This is a stunning pair!!Truly unique!