We bought it right after we moved to our house in Maly. It is the first material investment made so that the new house would look normal.
Of course we had a television and a refrigerator. We don't have a dinner table. I think we ate in front of the tv.
After purchasing this big round table, our family ate together like civilized people.
That was 1970. We grew old and dad passed away.
The six chairs that came with it is now ruined, damaged. They're in storage. I don't think they're salvageable. But I have this.
So I told M Roger, our friendly handyman to apply a fresh coat of varnish on the thing. He did more than that, I believe. And he's not yet finished.
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