A piece of timber used in building.
A narrow crosspiece of the bottom of a boat against which a rower braces his feet.
A crosspiece placed between the sides of a boat to keep them apart when hoisted up and griped.
An instrument for stretching boots or gloves.
A metal device for widening the shoe. [Vass
Stretchers are turned or squared pieces of timber that join the legs of chairs, tables, and cabinet stands.
Element uniting two legs under the seat of chairs or armchairs
crosspiece connecting and bracing legs of tables, chairs, chests, etc.
The horizontal bar joining and stabilizing the legs of a chair or table.Supports between legs of chairs, tables or benches - shape is straight or Humpback of chinese antique furniture.
a mechanical device used to make something larger (as shoes or gloves) by stretching it
A horizontal bracing member connecting legs of a table or chair.
Strengthening or stabilizing rail, which runs horizontally between furniture legs, often forming X, H, or Y shapes.
A set of two inclined foot rests that hold each rower's shoes.
The horizontal pieces connecting chair or table legs; some are plain, some shaped and carved.
the supports under chairs and tables that are attached to the legs for strength.
A bar or beam under a chair or table, attached to the legs for strength.
A support brace between the two end panels of a frameless cabinet.
A horizontal brace in an H or X shape, often decorative, connecting the legs of a table or chair.
General term for cross member mounted between sides or legs of cabinets, or between upright poles in a pipe and drape booth, to ensure rigidity. These typically hold the drape to form the booth.
a strut joining the legs of a piece of furniture.
a frame with straps or shoes to anchor the rower's feet
The horizontal structural crosspiece joining and strengthening the legs of tables and chairs.
Where the rowerâ€(tm)s feet go. The stretcher consists of two inclined footrests that hold the rowerâ€(tm)s shoes. The rowerâ€(tm)s shoes are bolted into the footrests.
Adjustable three point [two at sides one at bottom] support for feet to which are attached flexible shoes.
A horizontal brace in an H or X shape connecting the legs of a table or chair. Often decorated with carving or turning.
A horizontal furniture bracing of an "H" or "X" shape, typically connecting table or chair legs. In paintings, stretchers are the wooden framework that a canvas is 'stretched' across and held in place.
Crosspieces or rungs connecting legs of chairs, tables, etc.
The joinery between legs of a table or seating piece. Provides stability.