16 century dining table at Smithils hall Bolton, the table is from about 1530 and is worn smooth in parts through use, as can be seen in the image. At one time the table top could be reversed the good side being used for when guests arrived, from which comes the saying turning the tables. The main subject the candle holder is brass and is also from the same period. The hall is haunted by the martyr George Marsh, who stamped his foot in one of the corridors and as proof of his faith god left his print embedded in the stone floor, which can still be seen today.
great processing, nice table!
Nice selective coloring Ron
Agree about the coloring. Superb post
I agree on the selective colouring....super job
Very nice. The table is just a bit soft at the edge.
9.6 for shot of interest. I'm sure that is nice Brown English Oak that is covered in much too heavy coats of polyurethane finish which makes it look like plastic.. 4.0 for the restorative finisher. :)
some residues magenta at the edges of the table ...still 9
Very beautiful, i like the wall!
Well done ... like it.
interesting shot, well done
Superb Ron, like the POV & selective colour. Would like to have seen more texture/detail in the table & candlestick holder...
Clean and Superb
The view is excellent, I am very selective color well.
Looks like a Harry Potter location.
According to John about the painting of the table should be matte rather than shiny.
I really like this. Well composed and processed.
Very nice image
Sorry I'm late, I miss me when I vote. Forgiveness.
Nicely detailed work Ron!