A term in veneering, where successive pieces of veneer are arranged side by side. In a properly done book match, each leaf of veneer will resemble a mirror image of the previous leaf.
Moldings used to accent ceiling intersections and traditional pediments and casework tops.
Fine custom woodworking specified for special applications and functions by architects and other design professionals and created by woodworkers.
Special matching or sketch matching (per a submitted sketch) of veneers that may be done in an infinite number of patterns, including the more common diamond match, box match, checkerboard, herringbone, and a host of others.
This specification indicates veneers are put together randomly for the face of a piece of plywood, with no matching grain character in the same face.
A term referring to any layer of veneer in a piece of plywood. A 3-ply panel has three layers of veneer, 5-ply has five layers, etc.
Architectural woodwork and any woodmill-produced building construction interior-finish components. The terms millwork and woodwork are synonymous.
Any number of pieces of veneer components or leaves of equal size (prior to edge trimming) matched (book, slip, or reverse slip) to make up a single face.
In finishing, a nitrocellulose-based lacquer without additives.
Generally used to describe a panel product upon which a decorative finish material is applied.