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16 February 2017| Blog

A Discussion of the Origins of King Arthur’s Round Table By David Nash Ford THE ROUND TABLE of King Arthur’s Court The Tradition: King Arthur’s famous Round Table was first mentioned in about 1155, in Wace’s “Roman de Brut,” a rewrite of the first popular Arthurian novel, Geoffrey of Monmouth’s “History of the Kings of Britain”. Wace explains...

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16 February 2017| Blog

Locksmiths from other parts of the country There were, of course, locksmiths in other areas of England. For instance, Joseph Bramah, perhaps more famous for inventing the flushing w.c., was born in 1748 in Barnsley, Yorkshire, and became a cabinet maker in London. In 1788, along with Mr. Maudslay, he patented an extremely strong lock. In...

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24 February 2016| Blog

Design celebrate Functionality Elegance Its groups, of curved and rounded shape, recall those coffee machines characterized by hydraulic groups, while its simple design, aimed at the maximum ease of use combined with the highest performance in terms of the quality in the cup, expresses an approach attentive to the needs and tastes of the contemporary...

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24 February 2016| Blog

A Windsor chair is a form of wooden seating in which the back and sides consist of multiple thin, turned spindles that are attached to a solid, sculpted seat; its straight legs splay outward and its back reclines slightly. It takes its name from the English town of Windsor, where it originated around 1710. Legend...

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