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reeded

(ˈriːdɪd)
adj
(Furniture) having ridges or channels
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The use of oak, veined Italian marble "calacatta luccicoso", burnished brass, bronze and a special "reeded" glass, undulating and transparent, reinterprets the technical codes of the watchmaker.
It's deep inky hues and cosy lighting make this the perfect place to unwind and relax - juxtaposed and separated by large sliding reeded glass doors with the more lively dining room which is a bit brighter but purposely so as it's a more functional space.
Specifically, Reeded says California Water Service and American Water now both trade at about a 25% premium on price to earnings relative to the other water peers, adding that a more in-line multiple is appropriate given his forecasted growth rates for these utilities around the 6-8% peer group average.
At the time, it was described as having a "fine aisled interior" and "gothic braces supported by slender, reeded cast-iron columns".
Those from the 17th century are larger and have a number of hand-hammered raised circular reeded rings parallel with the broad, flat rim.
At the Bonhams sale of the collection of Billie Pain in 2003 there was standing room only, and the cover lot a small, beautifully painted Chelsea reeded milk jug of around 1750--went for 37,045 [pounds sterling].
This reeded frame has a tarnished finish, open miters, and missing corner straps, among other losses, requiring overall restoration.
It wasn't close to Black or Puerto Rican communities, was a long, long ride from factory jobs in the garment center, and had an Italian core that was serious about preserving "neighborhood integrity," and proved it by dumping dead bodies in new cars amidst the tall, reeded marshlands of Flatlands Avenue.
Among his wares was a mahogany Sheraton Pembroke table, with reeded legs and clover top, circa 1790 to 1810, built by Duncan Phyfe.
The one feature that was changed on the existing home was the front door; it was replaced with a craftsman-style door of oak and reeded glass, designed by Weaver.
Styles include square tapered, Queen Anne, reeded, rams head, and more.