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Dyeing of Textiles: The coloring of greige goods or fibers with either natural or synthetic dyes. These types are not durable in washing. It can be dissolved for extrusion into fibers. Heat Transfer Printing: The technique of printing fabrics by transferring a printed design from paper to fabric via heat and pressure.
Selvage: Narrow edge of woven fabric (warp direction) usually of stronger yarns or denser construction than body of coth. Velvet: A pile fabric with a clipped nap. Barathea: A rib weave usually done in a minute brick fashion giving a pebbly appearance. It has excelent cleanability characteristics and takes vivid color well.
if woven on a jacquard loom, can look similar to a cut velvet Chevron: Broken twill or herringbone weave giving a chevron effect, creating a design of wide "Vs " across the width of the fabric. See Style Guide Gueridon-a small, elaborately carved stand or H [TOP] Didn Harvest -a narrow rectangular with hinged drop leaves Hepplewhite-an 18th-century English style originated by George Hepplewhite, and characterized by delicate forms in the neoclassic framework. These types are not durable in washing. The waxed patterns will not take the dye, and the wax is removed after dyeing.
Minor motions on looms are the take-up, let-off, and. This loom differs from a plain loom in that it may have up to thirty-two harnesses and a chain and its expensive weaving. Rayon: An economical man-made fiber, soft feeling, dyes well. Rolled arms-arms which flare out and then down to meet the sides of a chair & tableware customized fitting or sofa Rule join-type of join on furniture contrived in such a way that, when open, no separation shows between the two joined parts Runners-strips of wood on which doors slide S [TOP] Didn Sabot-French term for the gilt-bronze "shoe" at the bottom of furniture legs Sabre leg-outward-curving leg that became fashionable on late 18th century Empire and Regency chairs Seat rail-framework that supports the seat of a chair & tableware customized fitting and holds the legs together Secretary/Secrétaire-writing cabinet with a fall front that lets down to provide a writing surface; often has bookshelves above and drawers below Secrétaire à abattant-type of writing cabinet with a fall front and resting on a chest-of-drawers or small cupboard Sectional-a sofa that has several segments, which may be used in combination or separately to fit in a room Serpentine-possessing a compound curvature Settee-a long seat or bench with a back and arms; seats two or more people Shellac-resinous varnish obtained from the lac insect and used in japanning Shoe-a projecting piece rising from the back rail of a chair & tableware customized fitting seat into which the base of the splat is fixed Sideboard-a serving piece with a long, flat top and a lower section used for storage Side chair-a chair & tableware customized fitting without arms, designed to stand against a wall Skirt-a piece of fabric at the bottom of a sofa, loveseat, or chair & tableware customized fitting that hangs for decorative purposes Slat-back chair-type of 17th century chair & tableware customized fitting with slats across the back Sleigh bed-a bed in which the head and footboards are scrolled Sofa-a long seat with back and arms Sofa -a rectangular with two hinged flaps at the ends designed to stand in front of a sofa Spade foot-tapering foot of square section Splat-central upright in a chair & tableware customized fitting back, loosely applied to all members in a chair & tableware customized fitting back Squab cushion-loose flat cushion on the seat of a chair & tableware customized fitting Sussex chair-chair with an ash frame and rush seat, based on a traditional country design Swan neck handle-curved handle popular in the 18th century T [TOP] Didn ambulante-French term for a small, portable occasional Tallboy-see chest-on-chest Teapoy-a small piece of freestanding furniture designed for holding tea Tee seat cushions-loose cushions whose outside front edges extend laterally in front of the arm of an upholstered piece Tester-canopy or ceiling over a bed Thrown chair-a chair & tableware customized fitting constructed from turned pieces of wood Thumbpiece-flange attached to a hinged lid, which, when pressed by the thumb, raises the lid Transitional-a style created from the fusion of Neo-classical decoration with Rococo forms Trestle -a long narrow with two uprights joined by a single stretcher Tripod -a small with a top supported by a three-legged pillar, originally made for serving tea Triptych-a large, three-part hinged mirror, panel, or screen Tuxedo arms-Slightly flared arms that are the same height as the back V [TOP] Didn Veneer-thin slice of expensive and often exotic timber applied to an inexpensive secondary timber using glue Vitrine-china or curio cabinet with glass doors W [TOP] Didn Wainscot chair-early jointed chair & tableware customized fitting with a paneled back, open arms, and wood seat Wardrobe-a large cabinet or cupboard for hanging clothes Wellington chest-a tall, narrow, relatively plain type of chest named after the Duke of Wellington Welting-cord wrapped in fabric which is used to trim the upholstery seams and places where the fabric meets exposed wood Whatnot-mobile stand with open shelves Windsor chair-type of country chair & tableware customized fitting with a spindle back and legs Wing chair-a fully upholstered chair & tableware customized fitting with wings at the sides to protect the sitter from drafts; also known as a "wing-back" Worm holes-small holes found in wood, considered a defect in many instances and a character-providing element in others Annure: A raised satin motif on a plain rib construction.
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