drawer. Friday , August 25th , 2017 - 20:12:33 PM
I set the quills side by side and demonstrate the differences, first breaking a cassia quill, with the ensuing loud snap when it breaks. Then I show the cinnamon quill, layered together, and how very easily it breaks and crumbles. With the ground version of each side by side, I ask the class members to smell the two; first the cassia that is the most familiar, and then the cinnamon. The startled reactions when they realize exactly how big a difference exists between these two spices, is quite rewarding.
There is one potential drawback to lingerie chests. Because of their narrow and trim design, these space saver chests are not suitable storage spaces for larger items, including bulky garments and the like. However, these space saving chests earn their moniker because these units are suited perfectly to store lighter garments and smaller items ... like lingerie. Of course, lingerie can cost a good deal of money. In the end, lingerie chests are idyllic when it comes to protecting the investment you have made in your most personal garment choices.
The two common elements of these Hope Chests are the top closing lid and the dark wood staining or paint. Dark coloring was necessary for the design elements to stand out, especially for the inlaid motifs. Beautiful hardwoods of Walnut, Oak and Eastern Pine were mainly used in the construction of these finely crafted Blanket Chests during this early time period.
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