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coromandel

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A type of wood from the Coromandel coast of India, used for banding and inlay on furniture, particularly popular during the Regency period.

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kingwood

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An orange-brown wood from the West Indies, with a striped figuring, used in the 18th century by French cabinet-makers as a veneer. It was also employed for bandings on English furniture of...

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tulipwood

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Like kingwood, an orange-brown wood, with striped figuring, popular as a veneer with French cabinet-makers of the 18th century and for bandings on English furniture.

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