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Hampton Dining Table

hampton dining table

    dining table
  • (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 table at which meals are served; "he helped her clear the dining table"; "a feast was spread upon the board"

  • A table on which meals are served in a dining room

  • A table is a type of furniture comprising an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient or comfortable height when sitting, and is therefore often used in conjunction with chairs.

  • The Hampton was a British car made by the Hampton Engineering Company which was based in Kings Norton, Birmingham from 1912 to 1918 and at Dudbridge in Stroud, Gloucestershire from 1918 to 1933

  • United States musician who was the first to use the vibraphone as a jazz instrument (1913-2002)

  • A city in southeastern Virginia, on the harbor of Hampton Roads, on Chesapeake Bay; pop. 146,437

  • Hampton is an Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia (IBRA) region in Western Australia. data

hampton dining table - Oxford Garden

Oxford Garden Hampton Counter Height Dining Table Size - 32 x 40 x 36 in.

Oxford Garden Hampton Counter Height Dining Table Size - 32 x 40 x 36 in.

Additional features: Table option I: 28L x 28W x 36H inches; 50 lbs.Table option II: 32L x 40W x 36H inches; 70 lbs.Table option III: 45L x 40W x 36H inches; 82 lbs.Tables seat 2 to 4 people based on option chosenSlatted tabletop lets water pass through, preventing puddlesRemovable 2-inch plug to allow for an umbrellaTable leg joinery is wood-to-wood for added strengthSome assembly requiredHardware and instructions are included In addition to its clean lines, casual elegance, and upscale appeal, the versatility of the Oxford Garden Hampton Counter Height Dining Table makes it the perfect addition to your patio or balcony. Ideal for enjoying al fresco dinners with family and friends, this comes in a choice of sizes to complement your outdoor setting. Taller than standard dining but lower than bar height, the counter height table is great on balconies as it allows you to see over the railing, something you can't do from a standard dining chair. The slotted top allows water to drain away, while the wood-to-wood table leg joinery provides solid union, ensuring added durability and sturdiness. The table comes with a removable two-inch umbrella plug, so you can enjoy cool shade on particularly hot days. Handcrafted of fine-sanded, weather-resistant shorea hardwood, using mortise and tenon joinery, this counter height dining table is built to last. Closely related to teak, shorea is renowned for its strength, durability, and beauty, and like teak, shorea has natural oils that allow it to withstand the effects of sun, rain, snow, and frost. The perfect choice for anyone who cherishes superior quality and timeless design, this counter height dining table is sure be part of your outdoor decor for years to come. Shorea Wood: An Eco-Friendly Choice Like teak, it's more expensive counterpart, Shorea is a high-quality hardwood praised not only for its looks, but also for its longevity and resistance to decay. Shorea is hard and dense, like teak. In fact, it possesses an

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Hampton Court Palace - Tudor Great Hall hammerbeam roof structure

Hampton Court Palace - Tudor Great Hall hammerbeam roof structure

The Tudor chamber is 108 feet long by 40 feet wide and 60 feet high and was the last medieval great hall built for the English monarchy. Built between 1832 and 1836, it was used for banquets, receptions, masques and balls, and other functions. During Tudor times, this was the most important room of the palace; here, the King would dine in state seated at a table upon a raised dais. The hall took five years to complete, so impatient was the King for completion that the masons were compelled to work throughout the night by candlelight. Repaired a number of times, the gorgeous hammer beam roof, like that of Westminster Hall, has suffered badly from the ravages of the death-watch beetle.

With its finely carved minstrel's gallery and screens, stained-glass windows, and magnificent tapestries, the hall presents a picture of singular richness and beauty. The glass is modern, that in the west window relates to Henry VIII and his wives and children, whose badges are a feature whilst the east window illustrates the genealogy of the royals.

Hammerbeam roof, in architecture, is the name given to a Gothic open timber roof, of which the finest example is that over Westminster Hall (1395–1399). In order to give greater height in the centre, the ordinary tie beam is cut through, and the portions remaining, known as hammerbeams, are supported by curved braces from the wall. Other important examples of hammerbeam roofs exist over the halls of Hampton Court and Eltham palaces, and there are numerous examples of smaller dimensions in churches throughout England and particularly in the eastern counties. The ends of the hammerbeams are usually decorated with winged angels holding shields; the curved braces and beams are richly moulded, and the spandrils in the larger examples filled in with tracery, as in Westminster Hall. Sometimes, but rarely, the collar beam is similarly treated, or cut through and supported by additional curved braces, as in the hall of the Middle Temple, London.

Recently, as part of an extensive restoration project undertaken by Historic Scotland, the hammerbeam roof of the Great Hall at Stirling Castle was completely renewed. Green oak from 350 Perthshire trees was used to fabricate and erect 57 hammerbeam trusses spanning approximately 15 metres. Since its construction around 1502 by King James IV of Scotland, structural loads from the roof had caused the walls of the hall to deflect outwards. To ensure that the ridge of the roof would be level and straight, the trusses were each made with a slightly different pitch and span. The restoration started in 1991 and was completed in 1999. Other examples are in the Parliament Hall in Edinburgh and the Great Hall of Darnaway Castle in Moray.

The Haywood (Hampton)

The Haywood (Hampton)

This is the largest summerhouse in the Hampton range and being rectangular in shape creates a number of possible uses, from home office, to garden dining room, play room, or indeed a place to watch a game of tennis from. The Haywood will easily accommodate a dining table and chairs, or a desk, sofa and armchairs. With top
hung opening windows on all sides and centrally positioned double doors, this is a substantial but accessible summerhouse which we have designed with absolute ease of installation in mind.

hampton dining table

hampton dining table

Teak Bahama 70

Anderson has their own teak tree plantations. Only the finest wood is used for their furniture. In addition to that a 28,000 sq ft manufacturing plant provides them the ability to churn out many designs. Anderson furniture designs are made by hand using only traditional carpentry techniques. By concentrating on these fundamental basics Anderson produces high quality furniture to last a lifetime. They specialize in using mortise and tenon joints where appropriate to give enhanced strength and structural integrity. They also use a wide variety of construction techniques including dovetail joints, biscuits joints, miters joints, dado and rabbet joints and of course chamfering on most side edges. They really care about how they make their furniture, it is not simply a production process but an art form, and whilst many designs will look the same, every piece will be unique!

This nearly six foot, solid teak, rectangular dining table is perfect for any purpose and is constucted from kiln dried first grade planatation grown teakwood. It can make that perfect addition to your patio, garden, backyard or poolside. It is very strong and beautifully crafted for a lifetime of service. This handsome piece of solid teak patio furniture is as "at home" outdoors as it is indoors.

Each of these benches is more than five feet long and unlike our benches and chairs with backs, the lowest point in this seat's curve is directly in the center, allowing you to face in either way. These unique benches can also be used for seating at one of our rectangular dining tables or in an area where benches with backs would be just too tall. Don't worry, this dining set will never wear out - our teak actually improves with age. Anderson Collections teak furniture is designed to be used outdoors or indoors with no adverse effects from humidity or sunlight.

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