The frauds practised in satinwood and painted pieces are many and are exceedingly difficult to detect.
satinwood, with the one exception of holly, is one of the easiest of all woods to imitate.
Much of Sheraton's furniture was veneered with finely selected specimens of West India satinwood.
In her hand she carried a small fan, a fragile toy of lace and satinwood.
Mauville moved forward impetuously, until he stood on the verge of the sunlight on the satinwood floor.
Even Sheraton's satinwood elegance in delicate tapered legs found an echo in elm and beech.
The furniture would be just perfectly fine—rosewood and satinwood, and one room all ebony and pale yellow satin.
satinwood and coloured marquetry and the painted panel accordingly found a place at this moment.
There the satinwood bookcase filled with his dog-eared schoolbooks.
Its case is of rich feathered mahogany, inlaid in the Sheraton manner with satinwood shells, banding, and herring-bone stringing.