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Recently developed for upholstery fabric. Solution Dyeing-A solution of dye is added to the liquid synthetic before spinning it into a yarn. When blended with other fibers, it can add beauty and luster to a fabric. Upholstery: A polyvinyl chloride film with a fabric backing.
Knitting: Process of making fabric by interlocking series of loops of one or more yarns. Full Top Grain, indicating the very best hides available on the world market today. Continuouc Dyeing-Fabric is continuously dyed. Only the finest hides, those which do not require sanding or buffing to remove defects or imperfections, can be classified as Full top Grain.
Jet Dyeing-Used for dyeing Polyester. Nest of tables-a set of occasional tables that slide one beneath the other when not in use O [TOP] Didn Ogee-descriptive of an edge or foot consisting of two curves, the top convex and the bottom concave, forming an S-curve Ottoman-an upholstered footstool P [TOP] Didn Pad or club foot-a rounded foot that sits on a circular base; used in conjunction with cabriole legs on furniture Parquetry-geometric marquetry made from veneers of various woods Parsons leg-a long fully upholstered leg Pedestal desk-a flat desk, usually with a leather top, that stands on two banks of drawers Pedestal -a supported by a single central base Pediment-equivalent in Classical architecture of a gable; a triangular head or topping Pegged furniture-early joined furniture constructed by a system of slots and tenons, held together by dowels Pembroke -a small two-flap that stands on four legs Pencil-post bed-a bed with four slim posts; used alone or with a canopy Pie-crust top-an ornately carved decorative edge of a dished-top tripod or tea- Pilaster-a false column used for decorative purposes Platform base-three-or four-cornered flat bases supporting a central pedestal and standing on scrolled or paw feet Plywood-form of laminated wood with the grain of the alternate layers set at right angles Post-modernism-a reaction against Modernism that began during the 1950s and promoted the reintroduction of bright colors and decorative components R [TOP] Didn Rail-horizontal spats of a chair & tableware customized fitting back Reeding-decoration created by narrow, convex moldings in parallel strips and divided by grooves Rocaille-ornament style from the rococo period consisting of an abstract shell or leaf motif Rococo-decorative style that evolved in the early 18th century partly as a reaction to the Baroque; featured asymmetrical ornament and flamboyant scrollwork.
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