Tavern table, cherry sideboard, painted bible box and redware pottery at Ravenroyd
Photographs: Jurgen Frank
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Dining Room


Some things left for the Scisciones to do were small: replacing the faded wallpaper that barely clung to the cracked plaster walls; fixing the gaping holes in the dining room and breakfast area ceilings; and refinishing the wide-plank floors that were concealed under layers of black stain.

Today, the dining room's reproduction tavern table and cherry sideboard, fan-back Windsors, a painted Pennsylvania German Bible box, and local redware pottery underscore Ravenroyd’s sure sense of place.
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