In the Regency period actual bamboo reproduction was made in other woods (or even iron, as the stair banister in the Brighton Pavilion).
Bamboo furniture itself tends to be a Victorian manufacture, since much bamboo furniture was produced in the late nineteenth century perhaps as a feature of the heyday of Empire.
Anthemion – Another decoration, this time like the flower of the honeysuckle.
Again used in Adam designs and also during the Regency period.
Apron – ornamental rail below the seat-rail of chairs. On tables the piece directly under the top that connects the legs.