I ve seen that table. It s awesome. The potterje has several very nice pieces.Message 1 of 6 , Aug 6, 2012View Source
I've seen that table. It's awesome. The potterje has several very nice pieces.
On Aug 6, 2012 4:27 PM, "gloerke" <gloerke@...> wrote:
the measurements are metric: cm in the drawing. No medieval thumbs, feet, etc... My apologies for that ;)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jim Looper <jimlooper@...> wrote:
> Are the measurements metric?
> ...we can burn that river when we cross a bridge over a bush with two birds in glass houses.
> ----- Original Message -----
> Hi all,
> I have visited the onze-lieve-vrouwe-ter-potterie museum in Bruges, Belgium last month and took photos and measurements of four original 15th century trestles, as well as the very large table board. This was definitely not a standard medieval trestle table as we would imagine (i.e. easy to set up and transport). The table board is 8.4 metre long and would weigh around 270 kg. The trestles are big as well.
> Anyway photos are posted on my blog, for those interested.
> St. Thomasguild