But it would have to be some house.
And the lines that you noticed demarcate seasonal growth rings present in solid beech.
Top is likely plywood with solid, lipped edge banding Possibly walnut.
Oh, don't get me wrong, Reamie.
Reamie, well before it seems possible, you will have to let go of that child.
Not a true Viking funeral, perhaps. But maybe close enough.
Seems like you're inferring it's a design issue then, Leif.
Assuming the chair had indeed broken, thus inspiring modification that we see in spanky's find, it would suggest a fa
Bonus points awarded for persistence.
There's a reading room on the second floor of the Metropolitan Museum (gallery #232) furnished with many Nakashima pi
Stylistically, it's a mishmash. Could be as late as the 1940's but, otherwise, everything I mentioned above applies.