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bentwood

[′bent‚wu̇d]
(engineering)
Wood formed to shape by bending, rather than by carving or machining.

bentwood

Wood formed to shape by bending, rather than by carving or machining.
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At the ends of the bentwood box are designs representing students walking up to receive their parchments.
Founded by Howard Bentwood in 2003, Cedar is a privately owned specialist search and selection business focused on sourcing senior financial talent across commercial orgaisations.
40, Heal''s Scottie dog doorstop, PS4; swallow cushion, PS9; blue chenille cushion, PS4; zigzag cushion, PS9; blue grey knit throw PS18; blue floral vase, PS12 and set of three Bentwood cubes, Asda
It included red leather fixed seating and bentwood chairs, inset, to create a stylish brasserie look
The Bentwood Inn The Bentwood Inn, located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is deepening their commitment to the environmental well-being of the region by implementing comprehensive environmental initiatives and teaming with The Wilderness Society (TWS).
His exhibition, in the ground-floor Local History Room, includes his trademark gold bentwood chair, a plaque from the star dressing room at the London Palladium, trophies, gifts and souvenir programmes.
Stylistic elements include the bentwood panels resembling waves frozen in motion, the white fan-shaped table base and the original artwork by Noriko Maeda -- a calligraphic composition about water.
The waterfront Bentwood Tavern features craft beers and "artisan comfort cuisine.
I want to know what it's like to bounce (ever so lightly) on one of his unusually shaped bentwood chairs that populate the many Halley's Ikeya-Seki, Encke's (1996) chairs, tables, and sometimes lamp ensembles.
Exploration of bentwood furnishings from Michael Thonet dating from the first half of the nineteenth century onwards.
It looks like an old hunting lodge with elk and deer heads mounted on the walls, a stone fireplace and bentwood chairs.