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Round Pedestal End Table

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  • (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.
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  • A position in which one is greatly or uncritically admired
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  • a position of great esteem (and supposed superiority); "they put him on a pedestal"
  • an architectural support or base (as for a column or statue)
  • Each of the two supports of a kneehole desk or table, typically containing drawers
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  • a charge of ammunition for a single shot
  • Alter (a number) to one less exact but more convenient for calculations
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St Peter, Swallowcliffe, Wiltshire
St Peter, Swallowcliffe, Wiltshire
1842-43 by G. G. Scott and W. B. Moffatt. Built at cost of ?1260, to replace a Medieval Church beside the stream. Limestone ashlar and dressed stone, tiled roofs. Plan: nave, south and north aisles, south tower over entrance, south transept, chancel. Neo-Norman. Double-chamfered round-arched doorway with scalloped capitals to shafts and hoodmould, on south side of 3-staged tower. Tower has angle buttresses, string courses and single round-arched window with pair of shafts to second stage, bellstage has 2-light round-arched louvred opening with attached shafts, Lombard frieze below corbel table to battlemented parapet. Square stair turret in east angle has cylindrical upper stage with conical roof. South transept has angle buttresses, round-arched window with shafts and round-arched niche over, east window of transept has round-arched window with hoodmould, corbel table to eaves, coped verge to gabled front. Chancel has 3 round-arched lancets with hoodmoulds to south and north sides, corbel tables to eaves, east end has angle buttresses and group of 3 round-arched windows with attached shafts supporting hoodmoulds. North aisle has 4 round-arched windows with hoodmoulds, intermediate pilaster buttresses, corbel table to eaves of nave roof. West end of nave has round-arched window flanked by blind arches with attached shafts, and hoodmoulds, niche over with shafts, aisles have one round-arched west window. South side of south aisle to left of tower has one round-arched window with hoodmould. Interior: Porch at base of tower has chamfered round-arched inner doorway with attached shafts, east wall has chamfered shouldered doorway to stairs, west side has 3 open round-arches on columns to recess containing recumbent C14 knight, Sir Thomas West, brought from earlier church in village. Four-bay nave has braced king-post tie-beam roof with arch-braced collar trusses to half-bays. North aisle has arcade of 4 roll-moulded round arches on cylindrical piers with transitional-style capitals, south aisle has 4 round arches on octagonal piers with scrolled floral carved capitals. Lean-to aisle roofs. Flagstone floors throughout. South transept has 3-bay arch-braced collar roof, contains vestry and organ. Roll-moulded chancel arch on stylised stiff-leaf corbels, plain 3-bay arch-braced collar roof on stone corbels. Fittings: Fine Neo-Norman cylindrical font with interlaced round-arches on shafts, at west end. Stone Neo-Norman pulpit with 4 open arches, readers desk has 2 open arches. Small C18 font with octagonal pedestal in north aisle. C19 pews in nave. Some good glass; west window depicting the Baptism of Christ, by H. Hughes of London, 1981, fine south transept glass to Rev. J. H. Samler, died 1882, glass in east window to Sidney Lord Herbert died 1877.
Nave looking east, Kirkleatham Church
Nave looking east, Kirkleatham Church
The nave consists of four bays and is divided from the aisles by tall stone Tuscan columns on pedestals carrying a straight beam, with pilasters of similar character at either end. The aisles are 7 ft. 9 in. wide, the total width across the church being 40 ft., and both nave and aisles have flat plaster ceilings of equal height. The windows are tall round-headed openings with a string-course at the springing of the arches carried all round the exterior. The design is one of some merit and dignity, and is said to be due to one 'Robert Corney, a native of Kirkleatham,' who was both architect and builder. The fittings are mostly of 18th-century date. The seats in the nave are the old pews cut down, and the altar table, altar rails, pulpit and reading desk are all of contemporary date.

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