crossbanded

crossbanded

(ˈkrɒsˌbændɪd)
adj
(of a handrail) having the grain of the veneer run across that of the rail
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Inside, selby grey and navy leather are combined with crossbanded walnut burr veneer, closely matched to the original.
As the Air Force ponders these future options, the service expects to continue using advanced extremely high frequency satellites--nuclear-hardened systems with onboard signal processing and crossbanded extremely high frequency and super high frequency communications--into the 2030s, McKenzie said.
One outstanding piece is a rare late George III oak and mahogany crossbanded long case clock inscribed W Lassell, Toxteth Park.
It will be showing a superb quality Art Nouveau wrought iron and pate verre glass hanging centre light attributed to Muller Freres, circa 1900, priced at pounds 3,795 and a Sheraton style Edwards and Roberts type Edwardian mahogany inlaid sideboard/display cabinet profusely inlaid with scrolling marquetry foliage and crossbanded in satinwood with boxwood and ebony stringing.
The catalogue lists it as "fashioned from tulipwood and rosewood and crossbanded with floral marquetry" and says it stands on "cabriole legs headed by cabochon and acanthus cast mounts trailing to pierced leaf sabots".
robertokautskyi, but differs from it by the leaf blades not crossbanded abaxially (vs.
Now restored to its former glory, the George III inlaid and crossbanded mahogany chest, which dates from about 1780, will go on sale on the Wild Wales stand at Saturday's Antiques Fair of Wales at the Royal Welsh showground, Builth Wells.
One of the likely highlights of the sale is a Regency rosewood, brass inlaid and coromandel crossbanded breakfast table from a Bridgnorth seller which is valued at up to pounds 6,000.
Another option for the Phantom is a special crossbanded wood veneer feature.
Fashioned in the French manner and crafted from solid mahogany, the chest is crossbanded in kingwood and has four graduated drawers crossbanded in satinwood.