The term filigree in the context of furniture refers to intricate and delicate ornamental work typically made of fine wires, thin strips, or slender metal tubes. It is often used to embellish or decorate furniture pieces, such as the backs or legs of chairs, headboards, or table legs. Filigree designs can be highly detailed and involve twisting, curling, or interweaving patterns. It is a decorative technique that adds elegance and artistic flair to furniture aesthetics. Wire work in delicate ornamental patterns.