What is the meaning of the furniture term Lobing?

Gadrooning is a decorative technique commonly used in architecture and furniture. It involves the creation of decorative motifs or patterns by carving or engraving shallow grooves or lines into wood, stone, or other materials. The resulting patterns often take the form of repetitive, geometric, or scrolling designs that add visual interest and ornamentation to the surface. Gadrooning can be found in a variety of historical architectural styles, such as Baroque or Rococo, and is still used today in the production of fine furniture and decorative objects.
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