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The perfect gaming table. Geek Chic know's what they are doing.

The perfect gaming table. Geek Chic know's what they are doing.

Project Lebbeke | Belgium  #dentalartitaly #dentaloffice #dentalartitalyfringe

Project Lebbeke | Belgium #dentalartitaly #dentaloffice #dentalartitalyfringe

Rontgen Foto

Rontgen Foto

Metropolitan Museum of Art Extravagant Inventions: The Princely Furniture of the Roentgens. The meteoric rise of the workshop of Abraham Roentgen (1711–1793) and his son David (1743–1807) blazed across eighteenth-century continental Europe. This landmark exhibition will be the first comprehensive survey of the cabinetmaking firm from around 1742 to its closing in the early 1800s.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Extravagant Inventions: The Princely Furniture of the Roentgens. The meteoric rise of the workshop of Abraham Roentgen (1711–1793) and his son David (1743–1807) blazed across eighteenth-century continental Europe. This landmark exhibition will be the first comprehensive survey of the cabinetmaking firm from around 1742 to its closing in the early 1800s.

Architect's table by Roentgen - ca. 1780-1795. Changes from a flat desk to a sloping one for client's art/architecture needs. At the Met in NYC

Architect's table by Roentgen - ca. 1780-1795. Changes from a flat desk to a sloping one for client's art/architecture needs. At the Met in NYC

A GERMAN ORMOLU-MOUNTED MAHOGANY STRIKING CABINET CLOCK  LATE 18TH CENTURY, CIRCLE OF DAVID ROENTGEN, POSSIBLY BY JOHANNES KROLL, MAINZ

A GERMAN ORMOLU-MOUNTED MAHOGANY STRIKING CABINET CLOCK LATE 18TH CENTURY, CIRCLE OF DAVID ROENTGEN, POSSIBLY BY JOHANNES KROLL, MAINZ

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Image result for ryggrad sittande röntgen

► Vamos a decirlo bien: "A los gobiernos no debería interesarles la ciencia". Por un lado porque así lo aconseja la experiencia: ninguno de los grandes inventores [comenzando por Benjamin Franklin, Guillermo Marconi, Graham Bell, John Baird, Wilhelm Röntgen, etc., hasta John Gibbon, Robert Edwards, Godfrey Newbold Hounsfield, por citar los primeros que me vienen a la mente] fue un abnegado funcionario a las órdenes del Estado.    Y por otro porque un funcionario nada paga ni pierde cuando se…

► Vamos a decirlo bien: "A los gobiernos no debería interesarles la ciencia". Por un lado porque así lo aconseja la experiencia: ninguno de los grandes inventores [comenzando por Benjamin Franklin, Guillermo Marconi, Graham Bell, John Baird, Wilhelm Röntgen, etc., hasta John Gibbon, Robert Edwards, Godfrey Newbold Hounsfield, por citar los primeros que me vienen a la mente] fue un abnegado funcionario a las órdenes del Estado. Y por otro porque un funcionario nada paga ni pierde cuando se…

Dressing table (Bonheur du Jour), David Roentgen, 1775-1780.  European Decorative Art, French Furniture. Art and interior design

Dressing table (Bonheur du Jour), David Roentgen, 1775-1780. European Decorative Art, French Furniture. Art and interior design

Reading and Writing Stand:Desk  with all drawers open: by 18th century cabinetmaker David Roentgen.

Reading and Writing Stand:Desk with all drawers open: by 18th century cabinetmaker David Roentgen.

1 | X-Ray Photos Show What Love Looks Like Beneath the Skin | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commerce

X-Ray Photos Show What Love Looks Like Beneath the Skin

1 | X-Ray Photos Show What Love Looks Like Beneath the Skin | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commerce

Community Helper: Doctor

Community Helper: Doctor

Marie-Antoinette's Automaton: This elegant lady – known as La Joueuse de tympanon (The Dulcimer Player) – is stunningly beautiful. Made in Germany by clockmaker Peter Kintzing and cabinetmaker David Roentgen, this automaton was presented to Queen Marie-Antoinette in 1785. The queen was enchanted, bought the piece at once, and had it placed in the Academy of Science.

Marie-Antoinette's Automaton: This elegant lady – known as La Joueuse de tympanon (The Dulcimer Player) – is stunningly beautiful. Made in Germany by clockmaker Peter Kintzing and cabinetmaker David Roentgen, this automaton was presented to Queen Marie-Antoinette in 1785. The queen was enchanted, bought the piece at once, and had it placed in the Academy of Science.

Marc Faber – Personally Buying Physical Gold Here… Peter Schiff – ‘Vicious’ Gold Rally Is Coming

Marc Faber – Personally Buying Physical Gold Here… Peter Schiff – ‘Vicious’ Gold Rally Is Coming

Secretary Desk - David Roentgen - c1775, German (Neuwied), Walnut and other…

Secretary Desk - David Roentgen - c1775, German (Neuwied), Walnut and other…

I wish I had this man's imagination and the ability to follow through and make something this wonderful.

Where Is This Mind-Blowing Antique Transforming Desk Hiding Its Autobot Logo?

I wish I had this man's imagination and the ability to follow through and make something this wonderful.