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ebonize

To blacken with paint or stain to look like ebony.
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8) Here, ebonized (blackened) inlay is juxtaposed against lighter-coloured but relatively dark mahogany.
A Scottish woodworker (renowned for his exquisite renovation of the elegant Edwardian gentleman's yacht Romola) was invited to create ebonized black walnut trees based on the "Winter Drawings.
From the sale lots we can calculate that his shop had over 40 feet of wall showcases (including "a very handsome ebonized and bevelled plate-glass wall show-case, 11 feet 4 inches long, 4 feet 6 inches high, 7 inches deep, with mirror back, enclosed by folding doors"), 27 feet of mirrors, two 8-foot-long counters and several free-standing or counter showcases and mahogany mineral cabinets.
com 3 This table lamp from Murray Feiss' Maddox collection incorporates ebonized silver leaf and eggshell shantung fabric.
The Dutch were credited with breaking away from tradition and using ebonized finishes to coordinate with the deep, rich colors commonly seen in Dutch paintings, such as Rembrandt's work.
Gilmer said the wood stains very welt and is ebonized for musical instruments.
What used to be the prisoners' indoor recreation area is now the main lobby, complete with a reception desk made of ebonized wood with lacquered, stenciled patterns that are reminiscent of 1850s embroidery work.
Walnut and ebonized wood furniture was purchased in Toronto.
Designer Wilson Stiles is partial to ebonized pieces and collects them.
On display in the Quartz Hill home he shares with Carolyn Dunham are numerous pieces of his creativity, including a vessel made of oak he ebonized using a coating made from vinegar and iron.
Most of traditional Japanese furniture consists of storage chests, but these are often decorated with hinges and other intricate hardware and stacked in formations that are conveyed in Godwin's c1877 elegant, two-tiered sideboard of ebonized mahogany with brass handles that was the centrepiece of the show.