Beautiful Things


#81

I like it, but it needs a few MG42s poking out of the windows and a couple of Oerlikons on the roof.


#82

Not a bad view from the gaff


#83

A David Savage chair. This fella is third generation arts and crafts with a direct training lineage back to Edward Barnsley via Alan Peters. I find his work fascinating.


#84

Not sure if i love it or hate it.

Certainly an eye catcher though.

Looks beautifully made.


#85

The twirly bit would get knocked off in our house


#86

:scream_cat:


#87

Yeah, I’d be worried about catching my eye on several bits of it! :open_mouth:


#88

I’m not buying one. That curly bit would be a danger to my idiot Jack Russell Terriers. The vet would quickly get bored pulling it out of Pixie or Ziggy following some overly exuberant bouncing :mask:


#89

It would never suit my cottage. Have I mentioned that it’s over 500 years old ?


#90

Reminds me of Ming


#91

It must seem like only yesterday that you were approving the architect’s plans. Was it Christopher Wren?


#92

Is the loop some kind of sexual device?


#93

Ftfy.


#94

I love telling Americans that my house is older than their country. They love that. :smile:


#95

Real Americans might disagree :wink:


#96

There’s a fair number of nation states smaller than your 16A as well :grimacing:


#97

Fortunately they never leave their country or talk to foreigners, so they’re unlikely to find out.

VB


#98

I meant native Americans. As opposed to massive ones, which was what my keyboard first selected. Smart keyboard, this.


#99

Yes. It is fun. Aussies are just too stupid and parochial to understand.


#100