Bastion fillings are the cranked filling fields that we usually find on cabinet doors or slanted flaps of antique furniture from the Baroque period. This furniture is often made of oak or walnut and appears heavy and opulent. The bastion fillings reinforce this impression. They are often surrounded by elaborate carvings.

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