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Rectangular Pub Table by Legacy Classic - Weathered Cherry (9720-920)
Homestead Rectangular Pub Table - by Legacy Classic 9720-920. Style Casual West Indies Wood Cherry Veneer and Rubberwood Solids Finish Weathered Cherry Hardware Burnished Brass Finished Knobs Drawer Construction French Dovetail Fronts, Lap Joint Backs, Dust Bottom on Lowest Level Drawer Guides Center Mounted, Wood on Wood Drawer Guides Tables has Solid Wood Table Edges One-18 Leaf, Seats 4-6 Chairs, Features Solid Wood Edge Banding Specification This item includes LC-9720-920 Homestead Rectangular Pub Table 40W x 60-78D x 36H Please refer to the Specifications to determine what items are included since sometimes the image shows more or less items. If you are not sure, please contact us and our customer service will be glad to help.
Wilton's Music Hall
Wilton's Music Hall is a grade II* listed building, built as a music hall and now a more general-purpose performance space in Grace's Alley, off Cable Street in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It is one of very few surviving music halls in its original state.
Originally, the Prince of Denmark Public House (1828, also known as the Mahogany Bar, from c.1839) owned by Matthew Eltham.
The Mahogany Bar came into the ownership of John Wilton in about 1850. The Music hall was built for him in 1858 by Jacob Maggs, on the same site, as the former concert room of the public house. The bar itself was retained as the public entrance, and the hall was built in the area behind the existing block of houses. This was common practice at the time, as 'street frontage' for music halls was very expensive.
The music hall passed into the ownership of George Robinson (1870), to George Fredericks in 1874, and then in 1877 to Henry Hodkinson. The hall was rebuilt after a disastrous fire in 1877, by J. Buckley Wilson of Wilson, Wilcox and Wilson of Swansea, when a raked auditorium floor and proscenium arch were introduced and re-opened as Frederick's Royal Palace of Varieties. In 1880, John Wilton died, aged 60.
The theatre is an unrestored example of the 'giant pub hall'. In the theatre, a single gallery, on three sides and supported by 'barley sugar' cast iron pillars, rises above a large rectangular hall and a high stage with a proscenium arch. In its heyday, a 'sun-burner' chandelier of 300 gas jets and 27,000 cut crystals, illuminated a mirrored hall. Today, charring is still visible in the rafters, where the chimney exhausted the heat of this massive device. The hall would have had space for supper tables, a benched area, and promenades around the outside for standing customers.
Wilton's Music Hall
1 Graces Alley
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Woodland Ridge Rectangular Trestle Pub Table by Legacy Classic 9440-940. Create your own escape with the rustic Woodland Ridge's aged amber finish. Made of pine solids and pine veneers, a special polyurethane top coat provides increased durability. Finish Aged Amber. Specification This item includes LC-9440-940 Woodland Ridge Rectangular Trestle Pub Table 36W x 78-91-104D x 36H Please refer to the Specifications to determine what items are included since sometimes the image shows more or less items. If you are not sure, please contact us and our customer service will be glad to help.
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