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, dates to the Renaissance but is famously associated with the 17th-century palace of, as well as patterns recalling French precedents. Border designs range from plain strips and ribbons to Greek keys or fret designs, blocks, diamonds, stars, etc. Oak is the most common wood, with borders in walnut, cherry, or maple, for color.

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