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Synonyms for satinwood

West Indian tree with smooth lustrous and slightly oily wood

hard yellowish wood of a satinwood tree having a satiny luster

East Indian tree with valuable hard lustrous yellowish wood

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5 Wood paints were traditionally gloss, but these days lowersheen satinwood and eggshell are more fashionable finishes.
The artists of Monblond & Coiffier carried out the decorative painted work of floral garlands and dancing figurines on the satinwood case.
Avodire, apaya, apeya, appayia, engan, lusamba, agbe, esu, olon, African satinwood, African white mahogany
Paul Tighe, a landowner in Melling, near Aintree, says Satinwood Crescent - an access road for part of Morris's The Village development - was built over the corner of his land, outlined in yellow on our photographs.
Rosewood, satinwood, walnut, brass, mother-of-pearl, 31 1/4 x 60 x 35 3/4" (79.
Bookcases were also popular with bidders with a mahogany breakfront library bookcase of Chippendale design realising a value of pounds 3,500 and a satinwood breakfront library bookcase fetching pounds 5,000 against an estimate of between pounds 2,000 and pounds 3,000.
It boasts stained glass stone-mullioned arched windows, Minton-tiled floors, satinwood panelling and choir stalls, stone-arched cloisters flanked by intricate religious alcove carvings and discreet parlours.
It also features a combination of Brazilian rosewood and Ceylon satinwood veneers.
More than 30 Persian rugs, two Boulle-style commodes, circa 1850; an 18th century round burled yew drop leaf table; a pair of rather large table lamps with Campagna style terra cotta urn bases; and a satinwood Sheraton bow front demi-lune buffet, will be sold.
Despite sanding and then washing with sugar soap, I can't get an even finish using satinwood paint on my new interior doors or other indoor woodwork with a gloss finish.
09 for 5l; Mineral Mist in quick-dry satinwood, PS14.
You also need to use quick-drying wood primer/undercoat and quick-drying eggshell, satinwood or gloss topcoat suitable for exterior use, which dry much faster than conventional oil-based paints.
They're being offered for sale by 20 expert dealers, including locally-based ones such as Graham Smith Antiques from Jesmond, Newcastle, which is bringing an 18th Century inlaid George lll satinwood card table and, to tempt wine lovers, an 1800 mahogany cellarette.