SLATE DINING TABLES. ROUND DINING TABLES WITH LEAF. PINE WOOD DINING TABLE.
Slate 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.
- A flat piece of such rock used as roofing material
- thin layers of rock used for roofing
- A fine-grained gray, green, or bluish metamorphic rock easily split into smooth, flat pieces
- (formerly) a writing tablet made of slate
- designate or schedule; "He slated his talk for 9 AM"; "She was slated to be his successor"
- A flat piece of slate used for writing on, typically framed in wood, formerly used in schools
Hillsdale Frankfort Slate Top Casual Dining Table in Medium Brown Finish
The Hillsdale Frankfort Dining Table is constructed from wood solids, veneers and slate in a medium brown finish. It features a rectangular wood and slate top with
a trestle base and includes a fourteen inch leaf for extension. Combine it with
the Frankfort Arm Chair or Frankfort Leather Arm Chair for a complete set. With an elegant design and finish, the Frankfort Dining Table is the ideal central fixture in your kitchen
room. Features: Traditional StyleDining Table made of wood solids, veneers and slate Medium Brown finish Rectangular shape Wood top and slate top Trestle base Standard height Seats 4 (6 with
leaf) Casual dining Some assembly required Manufacturer limited 90-day warranty against manufacturing defects Specifications: Overall Dimensions: 30" H x 60" W (74" W with
leaf) x 40" D Shipping Carton Dimensions: 7" H x 44.3" W x 63.6" D Weight: 126 lbs 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
These beautiful Cornish slates hang on the walls below the first-storey bay windows on my house.
The whole roof was covered with
these until 2005, when they became so nail sick that I had to have them replaced.
It was an expensive job, but I went for reconstituted slates which are a fraction of the price, although not as attractive. I still had to send a lot of family stuff to auction to do it, sad but essential. My brother pointed out that it is pointless having, for example, a diamond brooch which you dare not wear when there is a hole in the roof the size of a dining table!
Luckily, these hanging ones are the part one sees from the ground, and I plan to make a fountain of some sort using a few of the old ones I kept back from the dump.
day 149: new year's day
our new (slate) table, complete with
placemats handmade by my sister, wedding dishes, some of the fabric roses i made a few months ago, and the malevolent black beast. soon to be covered with magnificent artichoke marinara and fresh pasta, courtesy of joe.
slate dining tables
4177-812 Chairs sold separately Surprising textures and colors combine to create Hillsdale Furniture s Coronado dining collection. Boasting a striking fusion of brown cherry finish and a dynamic slate inlay in the center of the table, this group also features an extension leaf and a clean tapered leg. Composed of solid woods, climate controlled wood composites and veneers, this stunning collection is a perfect addition to your home. Features: -Dining table. -Coronado collection. -Brown cherry finish. -Constructed of solid woods, climate controlled wood composites and veneers. -Slate inlay in the center of the table. -Table has 14'' extension leaf. -Clean tapered leg. -Assembly required. Specifications: -Table dimensions without leaf: 30''H x 60''W x 38''D. -Table dimensions with leaf: 30''H x 74''W x 38''D.
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