RECTANGULAR TEA TABLE : TEA TABLE


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Rectangular Tea Table





rectangular tea table






    rectangular
  • having four right angles; "a rectangular figure twice as long as it is wide"

  • Placed or having parts placed at right angles

  • orthogonal: having a set of mutually perpendicular axes; meeting at right angles; "wind and sea may displace the ship's center of gravity along three orthogonal axes"; "a rectangular Cartesian coordinate system"

  • In Euclidean plane geometry, a rectangle is any quadrilateral with four right angles. The term is occasionally used to refer to a non-square rectangle. A rectangle with vertices ABCD would be denoted as .

  • Denoting or shaped like a rectangle

  • (of a solid) Having a base, section, or side shaped like a rectangle





    tea table
  • (Tea Tables) Portable tables for holding tea-ware came into use with the introduction of the beverage late in the seventeenth century. The most familiar are the circular-topped mahogany examples made between 1740 and 1780, supported on tripod bases.

  • Geologically speaking, a tea table is a rock formation that is a remnant of newer strata that have eroded away.

  • a small table for serving afternoon tea











St.Fagans House and Gardens




St.Fagans House and Gardens





St Fagans Castle and its gardens lie in the discrete eastern part of the Museum grounds. Within the boundary walls, the 7 hectares of formal and semi-formal displays show the type of garden that developed around the houses of the gentry during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The formal gardens are approached via the semi-formal landscaped arboretum and pine-tree walk towards the elegant sculpted terraces of the castle itself. Many of these features are original to the site: the fishponds, which lie below the castle terraces, were initially used to produce fish for the table, and are thought to be mediaeval, whilst just upstream lies the Water Garden, which was designed and constructed by the eminent Victorian designer James Pulham. The formal terraces themselves were completed in 1871, and feature white cast iron urns on the stone balustrading, overlooking roses trellises, with specimen tree varieties, such as the magnificent fern-leafed beech.
Next to the castle is the more formal layout of the Parterre, with divided areas enclosed in low box hedging and a central fountain. This parterre forms a quarter of a larger rectangular garden, which also includes a bowling green, thyme garden and knot garden, showing how gardens were divided before more informal landscape gardening became fashionable.
The Rosery as it appears today has been recreated as it appeared when it was originally laid out in 1899, based on original photographs of the castle and formal gardens taken between 1890 and 1915, together with the original plan and a complete list of roses grown at the time. One of the most fragrant areas of the formal gardens, the Rosery combines displays of original Tea, Hybrid Perpetual and Hybrid Tea roses in both beds and trellises, with a central circular canal surrounding a bay arbour.
One of the most recent projects on site, the Italian Garden is situated behind high stone walls near the Castle. Originally a very private garden, the simple rectangular shape includes grass steps and terraces; its 'Italianate' air is enhanced by the use of orange trees, colourful herbaceous borders and a serene water feature.











Midcentury Frank Maietta 7 Wonders of the World Black and Gold Serving Tray Glasses and Dishes




Midcentury Frank Maietta 7 Wonders of the World Black and Gold Serving Tray Glasses and Dishes





Very rare complete set of 8 black and gold 7 Wonders of the World Glasses done by Frank Maietta with chrome tray and 4 glass serving dishes. Each Glass depicts
Statue of Zeus
Colossus of Rhodes
Pharos of Alexandria
Sphinx and Pyramids
Temple of Diana
Gardens of Babylon
Tomb of Mausolus

They are held in a gold serving tray with handles that measures 18" L X 13" W. In the middle of the tray are 4 rectangular serving dishes that each measure 7 1/2 " L X 3 3/4" W X 1" deep. They all have a gold rim. As you can see by the pictures, these dishes are able to be taken out and placed full of goodies on your table. This set is in excellent vintage condition. A great gift for a housewarming, wedding or Christmas, but don't forget to gift yourself. Gift wrapping and card available if purchasing for a gift.









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