fielded panel

raised panel, fielded panel

A panel with the center portion thicker than the edges or projecting above the surrounding frame or wall surface. When exposed on both sides (as on both sides of a door), it is called a double raised panel.
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A HMV chamber gramophone in an oak cabinet with lift-up lid and two fielded panel doors in the base It''s worth PS800-1,200
Other original features of quality include the large, low sash windows with panelled shutters and elm, fielded panel doors.
On bracket feet, it has a foliate central panel flanked by a pair of fielded panel cupboards with two drawers below and is expected to come in around pounds 500-pounds 700.
The sitting room is also a handsome size with original fireplace and surround, painted panel and frieze over, raised and fielded panel doors.
A Charles II oak and fruitwood parquetry long dresser, with moulded top above four drawers each and two octagonal fielded panels inlaid with geometric patterns, standing on six compound baluster and block legs, realised PS9,500.
New EASipanel raised and fielded panels are made of moisture-resistant MDF (sourced sustainably and produced in the UK) and have a realistic wood-grain texture that can be painted, waxed, stained or varnished.
EASipanel raised and fielded panels are available from Homebase stores nationwide and selected Focus stores and independent retailers.
Raised and fielded panels start at pounds 8.99 and tongue and groove at pounds 7.99.
Raised & Fielded panels start from pounds 8.99 and Tongue & Groove from pounds 7.99, available from Homebase or independent shops.