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To decorate something with intricate ornamentation made from gold or silver twisted wire
A delicate and intricate ornamentation made from gold or silver twisted wire
A design resembling such intricate ornamentation
{n} curious work in gold or silver representing threds, grains or leaves
Delicate thread like decoration
a clear glass rod enclosing thin, spirally twisted opaque white or colored glass threads
Fine, decorative metal openwork usually diecast and used to decorate reproduction push plates and door furniture
A gold or silver wire that has been twisted into patterns and soldered into place Openwork filigree is not soldered onto a sheet of metal and is difficult to make Imitation filigree is made of stamped metal
> Openwork patterns in metal
A technique used to produce fine intricate patterns in metal Often used for metal beads, clasps, and bead caps
A decorative ornamentation that's often produced with fine wires of gold or silver
to decorate something with filigree
Thinly twisted wire often bent into rosettes, spirals and vines
{i} lacy decorative work done in gold or other metals; something delicate and ornamental
- Fine silver, gold or silver-gilt wires twisted and built up in curvilinear designs kept in place with solder applied at points of contact
{s} of lacy decorative work done in gold or other metals; resembling a filigree
delicate and intricate ornamentation (usually in gold or silver or other fine twisted wire)
filum = [Latin] thread; granum = [Latin] grain Filigree is the name of the strings of small bright points that are sometimes visible in intergranular lanes in continuum images The bright points are thought to be places where flux tubes penetrate the photosphere You can see filigree in the very-high-resolution continuum image
A design resembling this work
metal overlay featuring an open work or cut work design
Ornamental work, formerly with grains or breads, but now composed of fine wire and used chiefly in decorating gold and silver to which the wire is soldered, being arranged in designs frequently of a delicate and intricate arabesque pattern
Process used to create delicate jewelry, ornaments and decorative objects of various shapes To make gold filigree ornaments, brass wire is cut into small pieces and bent into the desired shape Next the craftsperson dabs a thin layer of clay around the wires to hold them in place temporarily A mixture of lime, silver and brass dust with just a bit of gold dust is put on each joint and the ornament is welded together using a blow torch The finished item is dipped first in a silver wash and laid out to dry, then in a gold wash and dried again Then it is thoroughly scrubbed and dried and semiprecious stones are cemented into place Each item takes about 18 hours to complete Filigree can also be created from gold, silver or copper wires In their filigree products, St Louis Silvercrafts uses silver purer than 925 sterling silver, resulting in unstamped high quality workmanship
cables of braided gold or silver wire Filigree was very popular in the 16th and 17th centuries, especially in Italy and Germany, and was used to decorate a variety of objects
A technique for decorating gold and silver jewellery with fine wires, both plain and beaded, which are soldered to the surface of the ornament - often used in combination with granulation
Relating to, composed of, or resembling, work in filigree; as, a filigree basket
{f} embellish with filigree, decorate with lacy decorative work done in gold or other metals
Hence: Fanciful; unsubstantial; merely decorative
Fine metal mesh used in jewellery and other decorative items
Ornamental work using fine metal wires
Ornamental work in which fine wire, usually of gold or silver, is twisted and soldered into intricate patterns
The word filigree is used to refer to delicate ornamental designs made with gold or silver wire. delicate designs or decorations made of gold or silver wire (filigrane, from filum + granum )
A decorative piece of wood used on furniture Machine-made intricate designs to enhance the appearance of furniture
past of filigree
Having filigree ornamentation
Adorned with filigree
third person singular, present tense of to filigree
plural of filigree