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Window Covering Manufacturers

window covering manufacturers

    window covering
  • a device that is pulled down to shut out the light from a window

  • Window coverings are material used to cover a window to manage sunlight, to provide additional weatherproofing, to ensure privacy or for purely decorative purposes.

  • any decorative application to a window frame or pane of glass including blinds , cornices , draperies , window film , etc.

  • A person or company that makes goods for sale

  • (manufacture) put together out of artificial or natural components or parts; "the company fabricates plastic chairs"; "They manufacture small toys"; He manufactured a popular cereal"

  • (manufacture) industry: the organized action of making of goods and services for sale; "American industry is making increased use of computers to control production"

  • (manufacture) create or produce in a mechanical way; "This novelist has been manufacturing his books following his initial success"

window covering manufacturers - Trinocular 20x-40x

Trinocular 20x-40x Stereo Microscope Boom Mount + USB2.0 Camera

Trinocular 20x-40x Stereo Microscope Boom Mount + USB2.0 Camera

This is a trinocular 20X-40X stereo microscope with ring light and USB digital camera that captures microscope images and displays live video on your computer screen. It includes 30mm super widefield high-eyepoint eyepieces, a heavy-duty boom stand and a color digital camera. It offers crystal clear images and large working distance. The 45 degree inclined trinocular and high-eyepoint optic design ensures an easy observation, especially for eyeglass wearers. The rubber eyeguards provide further comfort. The digital camera comes with a built-in reduction lens, offering the same field of view images on your computer screen as those seen through eyepieces. It gives 640x480 pixel high resolution and is compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7. Using the user-friendly software included, you can edit microscope images, record videos, capture still images and save them as BMP, TIFF, JPG, PICT, PTL or other files. This microscopy system is an ideal instrument for gemologists, collectors, engravers, research labs, and anyone in electronics & semiconductor industries. It is made by the same technicians and on the same production line as optical instruments for Leica, Zeiss, Nikon and Olympus. It is brand new in box. Its retail value is above $1,600.

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Webster Hall

Webster Hall

119-125 East 11th Street, Manhattan, New York City

One of New York City’s most historically and culturally significant large nineteenth-century assembly halls, Webster Hall was constructed for Charles Goldstein in 1886-87, with an eastern Annex in 1892, to the designs of architect Charles Rentz, Jr. The Queen Anne style original structure and Renaissance Revival style Annex are clad in red Philadelphia pressed brick with brownstone trim, and effusively ornamented with unglazed red terra cotta, that on the original building was likely produced by the Boston Terra Cotta Co. or Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Co., the leading manufacturers of the day. The building is terminated by a c.

1911 bracketed pressed metal cornice, and had an elaborate, high dormered mansard roof until it was destroyed by fire in 1930. Though little known, the highly prolific Rentz (1855- 1906) practiced in New York from around 1880 to his death, and was commissioned largely for flats and tenement buildings.

Throughout its history as one of Greenwich Village/East Village’s leading public rental halls and social centers, Webster Hall has been the venue for countless balls, dances, receptions, lectures, meetings, conventions, political and union rallies, military functions, concerts, performances, festivities, and sporting and fundraising events, particularly for the working-class and immigrant populations of the Lower East Side. In the 1910s and 20s, it became famous for its masquerade balls, following the success of a 1913 fundraiser for the socialist magazine The Masses, first attracting the Village’s bohemian population, which nicknamed it the a€?Devil’s Playhouse.a€ The hall was significant as a gathering place for the city’s early twentieth-century lesbian and gay community, who felt welcome to attend the balls in drag, and then sponsored their own events by the 1920s. Among the many notables who attended events here at this time were artists Charles Demuth, Marcel Duchamp, and Man Ray, as well as writers Djuna Barnes and Scott Fitzgerald. A favorite venue for progressive, leftist, and union political organizations, the hall was attended by such luminaries as Samuel Gompers, Margaret Sanger, Emma Goldman, and Dorothy Day, and was the site of the Source: Webster Hall Letterhead (c. 1900), Billy Rose Theatre Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations 2 formation of the Progressive Labor Party in 1887, and the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America in 1914.

From 1953 to 1968, RCA Victor Records operated a notable sound recording studio here, which was famed for its acoustics. Pop vocal, jazz, Latin, folk, and gospel phonograph albums were recorded here by such disparate musical icons as Louis Armstrong, Harry Belafonte, Perry Como, Coleman Hawkins, Lena Horne, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Stan Getz, Sergio Franchi, and Joe Williams. The hall was noted as a venue for Broadway cast recordings, which included Julie Andrews in The Boy Friend, Mary Martin in Peter Pan, Barbara Cook in Show Boat, Ethel Merman in Annie Get Your Gun, Carol Channing in Hello, Dolly!, and Liza Minnelli in Flora, the Red Menace, as well as those of classical artists such as Artur Rubinstein, Marian Anderson, and Beverly Sills in Giulio Cesare. In the 1970s-80s, the building housed Casa Galicia, a meeting and event space, and the rock club The Ritz. It was also the location for a number of movie scenes, such as a€?Raging Bulla€ (1980). The name Webster Hall was returned in 1990 with the current club.

featuring three vertical sections flanked by monumental pilasters. Base: The areaway is covered by metal plates and bordered by c. 1990 wrought-iron railings (that replaced the pre-1913 ones). Two metal boxes on poles are placed in the areaway. Two sets of metal stairs lead to basement entrances with non-historic metal doors, and have metal housings for rolldown gates (c. 1990). The original stone watertable has been heavily parged, covered with tiny mosaic tiles, and painted (pre-1989). Basement windows have been filled with cinderblock and louvers (c. 1990). First Story: The western main entrance has three stone steps with stone cheekwalls on which are set historic iron railings, and non-historic metal double doors. Over the entrance, the original round-arched fanlight set within an elaborate terra-cotta panel has been partially covered by the heavy metal marquee with side a€?Webster Halla€ signage panels (pre-1928). The original narrow rectangular single-door eastern entrance was altered (pre-1928) with a slightly projecting brick section (that covered the easternmost window), having three stone steps flanked by stone cheek walls on which are set historic iron railings, a molded brownstone round arch over the doorway with a keystone with the initials a€?WH,a€ non-historic metal double doors, a round domed copper awning (c.

1990) that replaced a pre-1939 steel marquee, and two griffin sconces (c. 1990). The

Crittall Windows - catalogue cover designed by W F Crittall, 1928

Crittall Windows - catalogue cover designed by W F Crittall, 1928

The title page to the 1928 Crittall metal windows catalogue. Crittall's are famous manufacturers of such windows that appeared in so many 1930s buildings. They were based in Braintree, Essex, and had a 'company' village at Silver End. The stylish cover was designed by W F Crittall, the man who played the major role in elevating the company from a hardware and metal manufacturing company into a specialist window producer that was closely allied to the new architectures of the twentieth century. The catalogue was printed at the Curwen Press, Plaistow.

window covering manufacturers

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Emma Window Valance

Emma Window Valance by Lambs and Ivy. This rod pocket style window valance is perfectly designed to coordinate with Emma bedding and accessories. Made of 90% cotton with 10% polyester. Designed to fit a standard sized 36" x 48" window. Rod not included. Measures 16" x 60" wide.
Emma is a whimsical and fun bedding. Features polka doted and striped fabric patches in shades of chocolate brown, pink, and camel; enhanced with embroidered curious giraffes, happy elephants, and friendly turtles.
For over 25 years, Lambs and Ivy has been inspired by the knowledge that the nursery is the heart and soul of every new parent's home. Since then, their mission has been to enhance every baby's environment with their high quality, creative baby products. We are proud to say that they have set the standard not only for comfort, but safety in every nursery.

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