A strip or stripe of a contrasting color or material.
A plain or patterned strip of veneer used to make decorative borders.
Decorative slip bands encircling a vessel. Archaeologists refer to these as "annular" wares.
The strip of timber that edges a veneer. Often a clashing strip.
A strap of metal added to a hood for decoration
Narrow decorative strips of veneer or inlay usually forming a border.
Term describing strips which divide court.
a narrow strip of inlaid veneer often used a a border on table tops and drawer fronts and usually of a contesting color to the rest of the piece.
Narrow inlay or marquetry of a color or grain which contrasts with the surface it decorates. Also refers to other long, narrow ornamentation (painting, carving, etc.).
Long strips of geometrically patterned inlay; ready-to-use strips that come in a wide variety of styles, designs and patterns.
Decorative veneer used around the edges of tables and drawers.
veneer cut into narrow strips and applied to create a decorative effect, usually found around the edges of tables and drawer fronts
An ornamental inlay, which is generally in contrasting wood, and laid either cross-grain or diagonally. It can often be found in other materials such as ivory, silver, pewter and brass. Can also be found in a herringbone pattern, which was popular on walnut furniture, from the early C18th.
A condition where the underlying substrate telegraphs through the decorated surface. In gypsum panel construction, the decorated area over the joint is visually a different in color or sheen from that of the field area. Usually attributed to variations in porosity and/or texture between the joint treated area compound and the gypsum panel.
refers to applying color to ware in decorative bands. Usually done with the aid of a banding wheel. Banding Wheel is a hand-operated turntable used in banding and other types of decorating.
An Inlay or Marquetry that produces a color or grain contrast along the perimeter of a surface such as a tabletop.
applying fertilizer or other amendment into the soil (7-15 cm, or 2.7-6 in, deep) in a thin narrow strip (band), as beside or beneath a planted row of seeds or plants.
Typically refers to exterior veneer of the home. Banding is the trim installed around windows, doors, and other exterior architectural features of the home. It can be made out of stucco, wood, or stone.
Inlay or marquetry that produces a color or grain contrasting with the surface it decorates.
Inlay or marquetry producing a contrasting color or grain with the surface it decorates.
A narrow strip of the contrasting inlay, framing drawer fronts, table tops, etc.