cane chair

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cane chair

nsedia di vimini or di bambù
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With the darkness had come a wind from the sea, and the boy crept outside in his flannels and planter's hat and threw himself down in a cane chair with a little murmur of relief.
said the procurator, rising, yet supporting his weight upon the arms of his cane chair.
With some solemnity the door was shut, and a cane chair placed for the girl.
As he did so she turned back and spoke for a moment to a solitary man still sitting in a cane chair in the shadow of the doorway, the only man left in the deserted club save for the three that lingered in the garden.
I desired the queen's woman to save for me the combings of her majesty's hair, whereof in time I got a good quantity; and consulting with my friend the cabinet-maker, who had received general orders to do little jobs for me, I directed him to make two chair-frames, no larger than those I had in my box, and to bore little holes with a fine awl, round those parts where I designed the backs and seats; through these holes I wove the strongest hairs I could pick out, just after the manner of cane chairs in England.
As soon as the visitors had crossed the low dark hall, and entered the narrow reception-room, furnished with half a dozen cane chairs, and two small card-tables, Madame Terentieff, in the shrill tones habitual to her, continued her stream of invectives.
Tenders are invited for Steel Tubular Cane Chair With Arms.
Old Tom sits in his old cane chair Gnarled old hands twitch tremulously He wears a grubby shirt with fraying cuffs Which only gets washed occasionally For almost a year there's been no one to care The dishes lie unwashed in the grease rimmed sink The curtains hang limp; drab; grey The once sparkling kitchen like Tom Has had its day He listens in hope for an hour then winds his old clock Another early bed time, what else can he do?
I was really into Biba when I was a teenager so they made me look like Twiggy, and I posed in a basket cane chair which hung from the ceiling.
As the Times related, it is empty save for a cane chair, which looks like it came right out of one of his paintings from Arles.
Sitting in a cane chair with my under floor heating and simultaneous air-conditioning will give me all the sensory experiences I need this summer.
The reed -- that's the same stuff they use to make cane chair bottoms -- is formed into a U-shape and the ends are dipped in plastic to form a cap that protects the material from sharp edges.