verb (used with object), pur·fled, pur·fling.
Origin of purfle
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For the bending of the purfling there may be, of course, any number of methods.The Repairing & Restoration of Violins
The purfling is composed of three strips of lime-tree, two of which are stained black.
The purfling of the brothers Amati is very beautifully executed.
The purfling is a trifle wider, but narrower than that afterwards used.
The purfling is of whalebone, like that of most of the Dutch makers.