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What is a ribband?
RIBBAND: A fancy term for a carved ribbon decoration. First used by Thomas Chippendale in 1754 to describe the elaborately pierced center support of a chair back in the form of a ribbon and bow. It’s simpler–and still correct– to describe such chairs as having a ribbon back. It also can be used to describe a painted ribbon decoration. Sometimes the term is spelled with one b, riband.
Some contemporary interpretations: