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Gadrooning was a popular edging or border design used primarily on metalwork such as silverware, silver service, jewelry and woodwork circa mid-eighteenth to the nineteenth century. The pattern is composed of a series of convex curves usually foreshortened, terminating in a curved end or bead shape.