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pine oval dining table
    dining table
  • A table on which meals are served in a dining room
  • 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.
  • a table at which meals are served; "he helped her clear the dining table"; "a feast was spread upon the board"
  • (Dining Tables) The first dining tables of which survivors remain are the type known as refectory tables. They are made usually of oak, and one of the earliest, at Penshurst Place in Kent, has a typical thick top of joined planks supported on three separate trestles.
    pine
  • An evergreen coniferous tree that has clusters of long needle-shaped leaves. Many kinds are grown for their soft timber, which is widely used for furniture and pulp, or for tar and turpentine
  • straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus
  • Used in names of unrelated plants that resemble the pines in some way, e.g., ground pine
  • Used in names of coniferous trees of other families, e.g., Norfolk Island pine
  • ache: have a desire for something or someone who is not present; "She ached for a cigarette"; "I am pining for my lover"
  • a coniferous tree
    oval
  • An oval playing field or racing track
  • In technical drawing, an oval (from Latin ovum, 'egg') is a figure constructed from two pairs of arcs, with two different radii (see image on the right). The arcs are joined at a point, in which lines tangential to both joining arcs lie on the same line, thus making the joint smooth.
  • A body, object, or design with such a shape or outline
  • egg-shaped: rounded like an egg
  • ellipse: a closed plane curve resulting from the intersection of a circular cone and a plane cutting completely through it; "the sums of the distances from the foci to any point on an ellipse is constant"
pine oval dining table - Wilshire Round/Oval
Wilshire Round/Oval Antique Pine Dining Table - Hillsdale 4507DTBRND
Wilshire Round/Oval Antique Pine Dining Table - Hillsdale 4507DTBRND
The WilshireRound/Oval Antique Pine Dining Table (model 4507DTBRND) from Hillsdale is impressive and beautiful, with rich traditional detail in the unique pedestal base. Four spiral carved and turned columns on carved legs support the 56 diameter table top finished in a warm antique pine. An 18" extension leaf convertsitinto an oval dining room table to accommodate additional seating. This round table is usually in stock and ships to you at no additional charge.Features:Antique Pine SurfaceColumn Style Pedestal BaseCarved, Turned ColumnsCarved Legs18" Expansion LeafDimensions:Antique Pine Table Top (Hillsdale Model# 4507-816): 56" Diameter,with Leaf- 56"W x 74"LAntique Pine Table Base (Hillsdale Model# 4507-817): 30"H"

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A Once And Living Room
A Once And Living Room
My grandmother Nery's house on Ocean View Boulevard, in San Diego, California, was a little white wood-framed house with dark brown trim that was built in the late nineteen-twenties. And it stood, just as my mother had known it as a little girl, nestled among a mass of thick begonia plants and surrounded by tall eucalyptus trees. A small pond sat almost unnoticeable amidst the stiff, overgrown, begonias off to the left side of the house, and there was a driveway which led to a separate, and small, carport on the right. On the porch, above the dark frame of the door and just left of the big front windows, the address 3326 hung in brown iron numbers that were nailed to the white painted wood. The front door had three pairs of square glass windows set inside its solid brown wood, with a rusty-colored mail slot added above the bottom pair of windows. Stepping inside was like walking into a cottage. A large, thickly woven, oval rug lay in the center of the cold pine floor of the living room. Upon which sat a long doilied table with a bench on either side. The bust of a young oriental woman adorned the table's center. A small bamboo bookcase stood by the door, with books of all types: Gore Vidal, Mark Twain, Agatha Christie, Truman Capote, were all but some, whom were here to greet those who entered. Above its lacquered finish, hung a small picture; a silhouetted nightscape of Rio de Janeiro, whose background was made out of butterfly wings which sparkled and glittered from behind its glass in unbelievably vibrant colors. It would catch the faintest of stray light, setting itself aglow with such rich fluorescent colors of blue, yellow, green and red, that it would glow even in the dark. A love seat sat against the front windows and a small end table stood in the corner which held a very heavy, black, old-style dial telephone. Towards the far wall you could see into the dining room with its large mahogany table and chairs, and the credenza to the right. There were white lace curtains and canvas pull-down shades on all of the windows. There lingered in the air here, not the usual scent of the ocean, nor the pungent fragrance of the eucalyptus trees, which were so abundant and strong outside; but the lingering traces of burnt wood, which emanated from the well-used fireplace off to the far right. A bent-wood rocking chair sat invitingly in the far corner in front of the protective black-wire-mesh screen of the fireplace. It was here that I spent most of my young childhood days, in the care of my grandmother, while both my parents were off at work. Captivated by the tranquil beauty of the place. Listening to the occasional "Snaps" and "Pops" of the logs, glowing incandescently, as they'd crumble into their soft bed of white ash. It was a quiet house. One that was disrupted only by the sounds of rain pelting stubbornly against the roof and windows like handfuls of sand blowing in the wind; or the sounds of pots and pans as my grandmother cooked in the kitchen, with the smell of chicken boiling on the old gas stove. The house had its own heavy presence. A sense of closeness that, just like a well made coat, would wrap around you and fit comfortably and snug; and yet, oddly out of place. Perhaps it was the illusive sense that time somehow had been conquered here and stopped. A sense that, at least for those precious moments with my grandmother, one could live forever here and deny, suspended as it seemed, that time would ultimately be the victor. My grandmother Nery's house was demolished in the mid 1970s for a highway that now runs through the area.
19th Century Oval Walnut Dining Table - underneath2
19th Century Oval Walnut Dining Table - underneath2
An American, mid-19th Century oval walnut extension dining table with one 12" pine leaf. Four turned and faceted legs. 29 1/2 " tall, 26" wide, 42 1/4" long, plus two 12 3/4" drop leaves. August 1978 appraisal value: $750 June 1997 appraisal value: $1,400 * Appraisals conducted by Valdemar F. Jacobsen Antiques in Cold Spring Harbor, NY

pine oval dining table
pine oval dining table
Hillsdale Wilshire Casual Dining Table in Black and Cherry Finish
Come sit a while, and bask in the quality and craftsmanship of the Wilshire's old-world sophistication. This English countryside classic comes complete with corner blocking, a sturdy base and multi-step, hand-rubbed and accented finishes. This table features unique spiral-turned legs and a distressed hardwood finish in rich black for that antique glow. Also includes an 18" leaf for massive adaptability. Features: Traditional StylePedestal BaseWood BaseBlack,Cherry distressed FinishWood Top Seats 4 Round ShapeTable Height: Standard Height Casual Dining Includes 18" insert extension leaf Dimensions: 30" H x 56" W x 56" D Please Note: Product features a distressed finish

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