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See Style Guide Astragal-small, semi-circular molding applied to the glazing bars on cabinets Attached back pillow-a pillow which cannot be removed from the upholstered piece of furniture B [TOP] Didn Bachelor Baize-wool fabric resembling felt, usually green, used on gaming tables Baker Ball and claw- (see claw and ball) Baluster-an upright, such as a leg or rail, shaped like a vase or urn Banding-veneer cut into narrow strips and applied to create a decorative effect, usually found around the edges of tables and drawer fronts Baroque-an extravagant and heavily ornate style of architecture, furniture, and decoration that originated in 17th century Italy. Fiber Type: a. Average dye lot 700 yards. The filling (crosswise) thread darts between the warp threads as they are alternately lifted and lowered.

Plisse: A fabric with a crinkied or puckered affect. Before clipping, the nap is a loop as found in frieze or boucle. causing the crushed and uncrushed parts to reflect light differently (called "Water-Marked'". Heat Transfer Printing: The technique of printing fabrics by transferring a printed design from paper to fabric via heat and pressure.

Can be a solid color, usually piece dyed or printed. Tufting Yarn: Hooked by needle into fabric structure usually at a very high speed developed initially for carpeting. 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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