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Front of chest, desk, etx. divided vertically into three panels, the venter concave, the end panels convex; associated with the works of John Goddard.
The bulging or swelled part of the turned stretchers of Windsor chair.
Important projecting molding, used to frame a fireplace, large panel, etc. Generally with outward roll abd ogee shape in section.
Swelling or convex surface; bulging fronts and sides, as found in furniture of Louis XV, late 18th century Italian and other Baroque work.
continuously curved top rail of a chair.
Convex-shaped front of a chest, buffet, etc.
Windsor chairback in which several spindles extend above the main back, resembling an old-fashioned high comb. American, 18th century.
Carved decoration on top rail of chairs, daybeds, mirrors, etc.