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Copper Dining Room Tables
- A room in a house or hotel in which meals are eaten
- A dining room is a room for consuming food. In modern times it is usually adjacent to the kitchen for convenience in serving, although in medieval times it was often on an entirely different floor level.
- dining room: a room used for dining
- The Dining Room is a play by the American playwright A. R. Gurney. It was first produced in New York, New York at the Studio Theatre of Playwrights Horizons, opening January 31, 1981.
- a ductile malleable reddish-brown corrosion-resistant diamagnetic metallic element; occurs in various minerals but is the only metal that occurs abundantly in large masses; used as an electrical and thermal conductor
- a copper penny
- A police officer
- coat with a layer of copper
- Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting
- Postpone consideration of
- (table) postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
- (table) a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs; "it was a sturdy table"
- (table) a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"
copper dining room tables - Large Neoclassic
Large Neoclassic Dining Table Metal Finish: Burnished Copper
GL4272BC/T1052 - N Metal Finish: Burnished Copper Shown without glass tabletop Features: -Painted according to your choice of metal finish -Ships fully assembled -Includes one large Neoclassic table base (T1052-N)and one 42'' x 72'' glass top with 1'' bevel (GL4272BC) -Glass Dimensions: 42'' W x 72'' D x 1/2'' H -Base Dimensions: 52''W x 22'' D x 29''H -Artistically crafted in wrought iron -Available in 12 designer metal finishes About Grace Grace Manufacturing is a metal and wrought iron furniture manufacturing company located in Rome, GA. The company has been in business for 25 years and continues to employ skilled artisans and craftsmen. In addition to their state of the art manufacturing equipment they still assemble and finish many products by hand. Many items in the Grace Collection are fully hand made or hand painted. With products ranging from barstools, counter stools, and dinettes to wrought iron beds, hanging potracks, baker s racks and more, Grace s line meets all professional and home needs. By implementing unique styles and ideas to traditional products, Grace has created an exceptional balance between creativity and practicality. Their design styles range somewhere between whimsical, neo classic and traditional, thus creating a truly astonishing decor for any inside space.
Divisidero Overlook, Barranca del Cobre Chihuahua, Mexico So here I am, talking to Raramuri children, gazing at the unbelievable scene laying beyond the canyon rim, and considering dinner at the hotel restaurant when the train arrives and an American tour group run by a surly young Mexican man disembarks and marches into the hotel. They are one of the lucky affluent groups that will spend the night at the hotel. Every one of these people appears to be at least ten years older than me, which means they are not youngsters. The lobby is now crowded, so I decide to return to my van which is conveniently parked not far away at the overlook, and clean myself up a little bit for dinner at the restaurant. A pan of water poured over my head and a clean shirt and slacks will have to provide the entire makeover. Returning to the hotel lobby, I ask the desk clerk if the restaurant is open to people who are not guests of the hotel. Yes, he says, the restaurant will open at 7:00 pm. I go into the bar which is a beautiful room with huge plate glass windows looking out over the canyon. At each window there is a hummingbird feeder being visited by several varieties of hummers. A fire is burning in the huge fireplace. At 7,000 feet altitude, the air outside is chilly once the sun starts to set. I take a seat at the bar, the cushy chairs and tables are all taken by the senior citizens. I order a Bohemia. In one corner of the room, a musician is playing the standard "Mexican songs for Gringos" repetoire. Musically he sucks, but he works the crowd with all the cheesiest patter, and they seem to be enjoying it. It’s happy hour, and the big deal is two shots of Cuervo Gold or Hornitos for $4.00 American. Believe it or not, these oldsters are going after the tequila like there’s no tomorrow. One old Texas geezer with the full get-up keeps coming back and standing next to me at the bar, doing back to back shots. An impressive performance, I must say. When I say something to him about it, he says he just hopes his wife doesn’t know what he’s doing . Every time he returns from his table, I think, if his wife doesn’t know what he’s doing, then she’s either blind or stupid. So pretty soon, the crowd is really getting jiggy with the music. The musician keeps urging people to get up and dance, but I’m not sure most of these people can even walk at this point. Eventually, though, Mr. Musica breaks into “La Bamba”, and of course, that is the gold standard of Gringo hits. The Texas Tequila Titan stands up and does a few moves that resemble a mild seizure, and all the crowd responds with wild applause. The song ends and the announcement is made that the restaurant is now open, so everyone moves upstairs to the dining room. I try to pay the bartender for my beers, and he waves me off, “on the house”? I leave him a tip and head upstairs with the group. Everyone sits at what appear to be assigned tables, 4-6 at a table. I take my place alone at a table that would seat at least six. Almost immediately, a soup course is served. I recognize it as a cream soup and with very little trouble identify it as cream of mushroom. It’s creamy, it has mushrooms. Cream of mushroom soup. However, the table of four next to me is having a major dilemna trying to decide what they are eating. No one mentions mushrooms, but then someone says, “Maybe it’s clam chowder”? Oh, yes! Then they all agree. Clam chowder it is. What the hell! These people have lived at least seventy years and they don’t know a mushroom from a clam? The soup bowls are cleared and dinner comes family style in three bowls. A chopped beef and onion mixture, a creamy sauce with roasted peppers, and pinto beans. Large baskets of flour tortillas arrive. I am served last, but I receive the same family sized portions as all the other tables. After the main course, the surly Mexican tour guide announces the activities planned for the following day. Breakfast is from eight to nine, followed by bus tours, walks, etc. Then the dessert is served. A simple rice and raisin pudding with cinammon. I finish mine and then watch to see what happens now that dinner is over. I have said not a word to anyone except to thank my waiter with each course. So people start getting up a few at a time and filing out. No one has received a bill. I start to realize that this is all included in their tour package. No one is even leaving a tip. I slip on my jacket, pull a fifty peso note out of my billfold and leave it for the waiter. I stroll out into the night air and head back to the overlook. For five dollars, I had my dinner and drinks and I looked like the big tipper in the bunch! The overlook is now empty except for Rio and me. We take a walk to the edge and look out at the dark, vast expanse below us with gratitude in total silence.
Dining room table with copper top and black iron base This table is stunning and very heavy 48 x 48 x 30 See photo below for table top detail Nebraska Furniture Mart used to sell it for $1960 + tax (item # 29984093) $1100 "as new" Heavy woven wicker chairs are $90 each and I prefer to sell them as a set
copper dining room tables
4527DTBG44 This dining table will find a way to be the talk of your next cocktail party. The simple design is free of ornate castings or a fancy finish, yet retains that classy look. It features a glass top and delicately curved legs. Features: -Black finish -8mm non-tempered glass with 1'' bevel -Some assembly may be required -Overall dimensions: 30'' H x 44'' W x 44'' D -Recommended care: Dust frequently using a clean, specially treated dusting cloth that will attract and hold dust particles. Do not use liquid or abrasive cleaners as they may damage the finish.