Drop leaf tables are better than card tables. We also have new sets if you require an update.
We do, come in and see our selection of seating. Here are a few
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Low Boy: American term for a small dressing table with drawers; often made en suite with a high boy.
Lustre Glass: Originally a chandelier, a lustre is now usually a vase with flaring rim from which hand prismatic glass pendants; candle lustres are candle stands with hanging glass pendants.
Lyre back: Chair back in which the back is carved in the shape of a lyre (late eighteenth century).
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Maigelein: Early German drinking glass in the form of a low palm cup (without handles) and with a ‘kick’ ( a cone of glass drawn up inside as with many modern wine bottles).
Magolica: Earthenware with a tin enamel glaze, Made in Italy in the fifteenth-eighteenth centuries. The name is said to derive from the island of Majorca, whence Spanish luster-ware was exported to Italy.
Malling Jugs: Tin enameled pottery jugs globular in shape, made probably in London, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Manheim Gold: Alloy of copper, zinc and tin.
This is only a small sample be sure to come in to see the rest.
Table Clothes and Table Runners Through November. Stop in and see what we have. Here is a small sample.