|Charles Eames | House of Cards|
My favorite end table started its life in 1881 as a spool cabinet.
Originally, it would have lived without legs on a counter top. At a later date, someone added legs of turned wood, and I think the match is quite appropriate.
Each drawer had rows of prongs for spools, but these were removed to make flat files. I use the cabinet drawers for magazine clippings and miscellaneous paperwork.
The spool prongs of the top drawer were wisely retained, and throughout the years ...
Say, what does "O.N.T." mean, anyway?
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