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Saturday, 18 July 2009

Kenwood: dining room table part 4 - Tittenhurst Park part 2.




...which, if nothing else, qualifies as most ridiculous post title thus far. Rest assured I am half-appalled that we have reached a total of 4 posts about a table. (But only half appalled.) Nevertheless, the as yet best look at the Kenwood dining room table in the second pic - captured, of course, at Ascot in 1970. The table was probably the biggest single item (apart from pianos) that John took when he moved out of Kenwood: Cynthia had already appropriated pretty much everything else. There is also an interesting, illustrative (though surely unintended) symmetry to these two photos. Many thanks to Glen Marteney for sending the second one in.

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