What is the meaning of the furniture term Moss Edging?

The furniture term moss edging refers to a decorative technique used in woodworking to create a serrated or textured pattern on the edges of furniture pieces. It involves cutting notches or grooves into the edges of wood to resemble the appearance of moss or other natural formations. This technique adds visual interest and detail to furniture pieces, giving them a unique and organic aesthetic. Heavy pile cording, used as a decorative edging in upholstery.
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