BRASS SOFA TABLES. SOFA TABLES
Brass sofa tables. Folding table supports. Motion cocktail table.
Brass Sofa Tables
- A sofa table is not unlike a Pembroke table, having similar folding flaps which are hinged and can be raised and held by concealed brackets. The flaps are, however, at the narrow ends of the top, and the supports of the table vary in design; they are never straight, as in the Pembroke.
- are similar to Pembroke tables and usually have longer and narrower tops. They were specifically designed for placement directly in front of sofas for serving tea, writing, dining, or other convenient uses.
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- A decorative object made of such an alloy
- A yellow alloy of copper and zinc
- A memorial, typically medieval, consisting of a flat piece of inscribed brass, laid in the floor or set into the wall of a church
- a wind instrument that consists of a brass tube (usually of variable length) that is blown by means of a cup-shaped or funnel-shaped mouthpiece
- an alloy of copper and zinc
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Sofa Table - Umber (Umber / Antique Brass) (32"H x 60"W x 16"D)
With a spacious tabletop and a classic design, the umber Sofa Table is perfect anywhere in the home! Use it in the living room as a console table, or along a wall as the perfect hall table. Constructed from select solid wood, this table is built to last. This table has choice ash veneer on the frame and mahogany veneer inlay on the drawer fronts. The two drawers each have two antique brass finished pulls. The tabletop features an antique brass finished gallery, providing a delightful accent while keeping your valuables secure. Includes a large lower shelf, made from ash veneer. Six carved leg posts round out the classic style of this piece. Assembly level/degree of difficulty: Moderate.
Grand Staircase / Entrance Hall - Eastman House
Looking down the grand staircase at the George Eastman House, into the Entrance Hall (this entrance is no longer used as a regular entrance to the mansion). This handsome wood-paneled space is dominated by the grand divided staircase, which, at first glance so possesses the eye that one is likely to remain unaware of how really different this hall is from what is encountered in most Colonial Revival houses. Backed by the greenery and lofty height of the Conservatory, the stair seems to float in space. The most dramatic architectural effect of the interior evolves from a large central open space that pierces the greatest volume of the house vertically; the broad wooden stairway rises into this and the eye is drawn up through a large oval, or oculus, to skylit spaces that seem long distances above. You will see the flight of stairs which is passing through he oculus and stops under the skylight -- this is a most magical effect (after I left, I realized I didn't get a shot of this, next time for sure..) The pine walls were painted, and each coat was rubbed or polished with pumice powder to give a porcelain-like luster. The floors are composed of warm white marble tiles divided by brass mountings which enhance the effect of the colonial white. The staircase and walls follow a New England Colonial-theme, suggesting the late eighteenth-century carving and carpentry of the Massachusetts carver and builder, Samuel McIntyre. The hall furnishings were nearly all Eastman's, notably the red American Empire sofa, which was made by the A. H. Davenport Co in Boston and has never left this spot, except to be restored. On the opposite wall is a pier table, also an original to the house; it had been altered, but was later restored in 1989. Davenport also designed the tall case clock for Eastman, which still keeps excellent time. The electric wall lamps are reproductions of the two originals, which were the work of Edward Caldwell & Co. of New York. Patterned on eighteenth-century French sconces, the wall lamps are bronze, gold-leafed, and represent the finest, sharpest, metal casting that could be obtained. In the center of the room is an Oriental rug. Located at 900 East Ave in Rochester, NY.
A 17C Dutch landscape hangs above a Percy Brass designed sofa with cushions by Paolo Moshino in a living room with black lacquer table from Nigel Carew Jones and French chairs covered in fabric from Hodsoll Mckenzie
brass sofa tables
5 BALL ARM ARC LAMP CHRO. 82"H Metal Floor Lamp w/Strong Balanced Weighted Stable Base This elegant hanging 5 arm Peacock Floor Lamp with Nickel finish gives sufficient light while conserving floor space. This lamp is designed to fit in any corner or against a wall that will match any room decor setting. Makes a great lighting addition to any decor setting. Specifications: All metal framing with black finish Brass plated knob type on/off/dimmer switch mounted on the front of the lamp post (approx. 30" above floor level) Heavy weighted matching base to insure lamp stability Uses five 40-watt type B bulbs (bulbs included) UL listed, 120 volt, 60 HZ Simple Assembly Required.
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