deuddarn

deuddarn

(ˈdaɪðɑːn)
n
(Furniture) a type of two-tiered Welsh dresser or cupboard
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An display of 17th/18th-century oak furniture takes centre stage in the Wedding Marquee, including a late 17th-century cwpwrdd deuddarn (Charles II cabinet on stand) a mid-17th-century back-stool, a Carmarthenshire coffer, an early 19th-century primitive stick chair and an 18th-century corner cupboard from Pembrokeshire.
Cregyn deuddarn ydi cregyn bylchog sy'n edrych bron fel dwy soser fach ar ben ei gilydd.
The two-tier press cupboard was its smaller, more widespread relative, which by the mid-17th century evolved into the two-piece cwpwrdd deuddarn, designed for food and utensils.
I agor y gragen las, a chregyn deuddarn eraill, mae'n defnyddio cyfuniad o ensymau a dull mecanyddol.
On offer will be a late 17th century cwpwrdd deuddarn [a Charles 11 cabinet on stand] a mid-17th back-stool, a Carmarthenshire coffer, an early 19th century primitive stick chair and an 18th century oak corner cupboard from Pembrokeshire.
Mae'n bwydo'n bennaf ar anifeiliaid fel y mwydod gwrychog (polychaetes), a'r cregyn deuddarn (bivalves).
A dyma'r ffordd mae llawer iawn o'r cregyn deuddarn wedi dewis byw.
Mi wnan nhw aros yn y dwr nes y cant afael ar bysgodyn fel yr eog, y sewin neu'r brithyll ac yna mi fydd y gragen deuddarn yn cau'n glep ar dagellau'r pysgod yma.
Their development here has been linked to that of the court cupboard and the cwpwrdd deuddarn and tridarn.
1 Dinky; 2 Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005); 3 The Mekon; 4 Shelley; 5 George Baxter (1804-1867); 6 Cwpwrdd deuddarn and cwpwrdd tridarn; 7 Stanhopes; 8 Germany; 9 Phoebe Stabler; 10 Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812-1852); 11 1955; 12 William Huggins (1820-1884)
Of similar antiquity is the deuddarn from North Wales at pounds 1,800-pounds 2,500, but the high dresser, also 18th century from North Wales, takes some beating.
The study of inventories taken for probate purposes in the 17th century is another fascinating section of the volume which closes with the "golden age" and the emergence of the distinctive cwpwrdd deuddarn and cwpwrdd tridarn, precursors of the ubiquitous "Welsh dresser".