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    dining table
  • a table at which meals are served; "he helped her clear the dining table"; "a feast was spread upon the board"

  • A table is a type of furniture comprising an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient or comfortable height when sitting, and is therefore often used in conjunction with chairs.

  • A table on which meals are served in a dining room

  • (Dining Tables) The first dining tables of which survivors remain are the type known as refectory tables. They are made usually of oak, and one of the earliest, at Penshurst Place in Kent, has a typical thick top of joined planks supported on three separate trestles.





    white
  • whiten: turn white; "This detergent will whiten your laundry"

  • a member of the Caucasoid race

  • being of the achromatic color of maximum lightness; having little or no hue owing to reflection of almost all incident light; "as white as fresh snow"; "a bride's white dress"

  • Paint or turn (something) white





    resin
  • Rub or treat with resin

  • any of a class of solid or semisolid viscous substances obtained either as exudations from certain plants or prepared by polymerization of simple molecules

  • Resin is a 2001 film and the 23rd film produced under the terms and conditions of the Danish film collaborative, Dogme 95.

  • Resin is a hydrocarbon secretion of many plants, particularly coniferous trees. It is valued for its chemical properties and associated uses, such as the production of varnishes, adhesives, and food glazing agents; as an important source of raw materials for organic synthesis; and as











white resin dining table - Judikins Amazing




Judikins Amazing Glaze Enameling Resin for Crafts & Jewelry 2 Ounces


Judikins Amazing Glaze Enameling Resin for Crafts & Jewelry 2 Ounces



Judikins Amazing Glaze. Powdered Heat Curing Resin. Use With Collage Pendants. 2 Ounce Jar. Avoid drips and spills with this easy-to-use powdered Resin. Perfect for achieving a high gloss shine in Patera collage pendants. Glaze over embossing ink with a thin layer, or fill a deep pendant for a thick, glass-like appearance. Use a heat gun, or simply place in a toaster oven or conventional oven set at about 275-300 degrees. When using an oven, place pendant on foil covered flat surface and keep close watch. As soon as powered appearance is gone and surface is clear, you can remove tray. This takes approximately 2-5 minutes. Carefully remove pendant using metal tip pliers. Do not touch metal, it will be very hot! If your design calls for ink jet printed words or images, seal with Diamond Glaze and allow to dry before setting with Amazing Glaze. Wide mouth jar makes it easy to scoop Amazing Glaze with the pendant itself. 2 Fluid ounces.










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Morimoto Restaurant,Philadelphia




Morimoto Restaurant,Philadelphia





Designed by Karim Rashid.
Chef: Japanese Iron Chef,Masaharu Morimoto

PHILADELPHIA, PA - Stephen Starr, one of the country's top restaurateurs, and Chef Masaharu Morimoto, star of television's immensely popular cooking show Iron Chef, opened Morimoto, a brilliant restaurant featuring contemporary Japanese cuisine, at 723 Chestnut Street.

To complete their visionary team and develop the original concept, Starr hired world-renowned designer Karim Rashid. Throughout the space, he blends traditional Japanese design with organic and sensual elements. With his cutting-edge design, Rashid stimulates and awakens the senses.

"Rashid's unusual surroundings set the stage for the inspired cuisine of Chef Morimoto," says Starr, who is credited with bringing two other high-concept Asian restaurants, Buddakan and Pod, to Philadelphia.

Chef Morimoto, who has earned international respect for his extraordinary cuisine, integrates Western ingredients and techniques with traditional Japanese cooking such as tempura, sushi, sashimi and yakimono. A selection of private label sakes compliments Chef Morimoto's sophisticated menu.

"The cuisine at my new restaurant goes beyond everything I have ever created. I am introducing new preparations that incorporate ingredients rarely tasted outside of Japan," says Chef Morimoto, who recently left his position of six years as Executive Chef at the highly acclaimed Nobu restaurant in New York City. Since 1998, he has become famous for his exciting performances as the "Silver Iron Chef" on the Japanese produced Iron Chef that airs nationally on the Food Network, earning international acclaim for his remarkable ability to prepare numerous elaborate and original dishes.

The restaurant's symmetrical design features geometric booths with glass dividers. Large amorphous shapes and a soft egg-shaped sculpture emerge from smooth white plaster walls. Dark brown bamboo covers the floors and the curvy, undulating ceiling that rises up to 22'. Colored glass tables with white leather benches, seat up to 125 people. Guests enjoy viewing the artistry of Chef Morimoto and his staff of experts working at the 15-seat yellow glass, box-shaped sushi bar.

A brightly lit, three-dimensional image of a Japanese woman greets guests as they enter. An abstract 5' fiberglass sculpture, personally designed by Rashid, rests in the foyer. A mezzanine level bar area, nestled under the restaurant's curvy ceiling, seats up to 30 people and offers a window for guests to look out over the main dining room. The space features a resin bar and white leather banquettes.

A separate private room holds up to 16 people. Magically lit, the enclosed space glows in soft light.

Multi-talented Rashid, considered a pioneer of the American design industry, has been designing products, packaging, furniture and interiors since 1984. Rashid's work has been featured in museum collections and exhibitions around the world. An Associate Professor of Industrial Design at University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Rashid has designed many famous products for such clients as Sony, Umbra, Nambe and Issey Miyake.

Chef Morimoto, born and raised in Hiroshima, Japan, learned the art of sushi and traditional Kaiseki cuisine by training under several of his country's esteemed master chefs. After being the chef-owner of a restaurant in Japan for five years, Chef Morimoto moved to New York City to explore Western cooking styles. Fifteen years later, he has become well known for his unsurpassed culinary talent. Among Chef Morimoto's passions is his collection of traditional Japanese culinary tools. Recently, Ralph Lauren designed his new chef wear.

Morimoto is the seventh restaurant for Starr, owner of trend setting Starr Restaurants. A master of ultra-chic concepts and sensational interior design, Starr has taken the city's dining scene to exciting new heights with his successful restaurant group that includes: Jones, a casual comfort-food restaurant and lounge; the Cuban inspired Alma de Cuba; the smash-hit modern Asian Buddakan; the ever-popular Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar; the breathtaking Mediterranean fantasy Tangerine; and the futuristic Asian Pod.











pair of vintage chairs sold




pair of vintage chairs sold





FEATURED in the foreground is a beautiful, low, pair of very ample (wide), Asian-inspired modernist, lounge chairs. They have a thin, upolstered, strap back & retain their original,muted pumkin toned vinyl upolstery. Not labeled, they certainly have influences of James Mont and Edward Wormley. Seat height: approx. 15.5" : $895 (pair) ALSO (in the foreground): Large, brown/tan patterened, VERY Scandinavian Rya rug: $595.00 IN THE BACKGROUND, left to right...The corner of a petite 2-door Florence Knoll cabinet: $995.00 THEN: 1 of 2 VERY Italian 1970's white fiber & resin barstools. $395.00 pair.(are we crazy?) NEXT: Stacked on top of one another, a very nice pair of cantelevered Art Deco end tables. $345.00 pair.NEXT: 1 of six (sold as a set) dining chairs mfg. by Woodard (N.Y.) , always attributed to Paul Mc Cobb... an all time personal favorite "crazy little chair". Hard to find a set of six. $1195.00 set. NEXT: Tall, 1960's Austin Studios sculpture of two ellongated figures in nude embrace. $695.00 FINALLY: the corner of a very nice six-drawer low dresser, with mirror and "McCobb style" white enameled 'bullet' pulls,,,influences of the Nelson 'thin edge series". $345.00 Thanks for looking!







































































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