scutcheon

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{n} a shield represented in heraldry
An escutcheon; an emblazoned shield
an escutcheon
A small plate of metal, as the shield around a keyhole
See Escutcheon, 4
{i} shield decorated with a coat of arms
escutcheon
The insignia around doorknob's exterior hardware or a door lock's cosmetic plate
escutcheon
A decorative and/or protective plate or bezel to fill the gap between a switch, pipe, valve, control knob, etc., and the surface from which it protrudes
escutcheon
{n} a coat of arms
escutcheon
A decorative metal plates around doorknobs or locks
Escutcheon
escocheon
escutcheon
{i} shield on which a coat of arms is pictured
escutcheon
Trim plate or lever handle mounting plate
escutcheon
A decorative or protective plate In plumbing, the plate behind or under a fixture that covers the hole around the pipe or valve Back to alphabetical list
escutcheon
A heraldic term for a SHIELD
escutcheon
A protective or ornamental shield around a keyhole or the back plate of a handle Usually made of metal, but sometimes found in ivory, bone, or inlaid veneers
escutcheon
protective plate covering the knob or key hole
escutcheon
(nautical) a plate on a ship's stern on which the name is inscribed
escutcheon
the brass plate that surrounds and protects the edges of a keyhole
escutcheon
The depression behind the beak of certain bivalves; the ligamental area
escutcheon
It is esteemed an index of milking qualities
escutcheon
A plate, either protective or ornamental, containing openings for any or all of the controlling members of the lock such as knob, lever, handle, cylinder, keyhole, etc
escutcheon
a flat protective covering (on a door or wall etc) to prevent soiling by dirty fingers
escutcheon
The surface, usually a shield, upon which bearings are marshaled and displayed
escutcheon
A vee tool which is assymetrical used mostly for edging cartouches (plain panels for engraving) Can be right or left handed
escutcheon
A protective plate that surrounds the key lock portion of the handle and can also be used to mount the hardware Also called a base
escutcheon
> The decorative brass plate surrounding a keyhole
escutcheon
A marking upon the back of a cow's udder and the space above it (the perineum), formed by the hair growing upward or outward instead of downward
escutcheon
An ornamental plate that fits around a pipe extending through a wall or floor to hid the cut out hole
escutcheon
That side of the escutcheon which is on the right hand of the knight who bears the shield on his arm is called dexter, and the other side sinister
escutcheon
a shield; especially one displaying a coat of arms (nautical) a plate on a ship's stern on which the name is inscribed
escutcheon
The surface of the escutcheon is called the field, the upper part is called the chief, and the lower part the base see Chiff, and Field
escutcheon
That part of a vessel's stern on which her name is written
escutcheon
The shaped metal fitting behind a drawer pull or surrounding a keyhole
escutcheon
(English) A shield with a coat of arms
escutcheon
A decorative plate or shield for door hardware, plumbing fixtures, etc
escutcheon
The cover for the keyhole of a mortice or similar lock (Also known as rose)
escutcheon
an individual or corporate coat of arms
escutcheon
For use with kitchen, bar, lavatory and bidet faucets to cover unused mounting holes in sink or counter
escutcheon
the insignia around doorknobs exterior hardware or a door locks cosmetic plate
escutcheon
Fancy name for a backplate
escutcheon
A thin metal plate or shield to protect wood, or for ornament, as the shield around a keyhole
escutcheon
An ornamental or protective plate, as for a keyhole, often made of brass
escutcheon
Any decorative threaded flange below or behind a faucet handle Also an ornamental plate used at the base of a faucet to cover additional holes on a lavatory or kitchen sink
escutcheon
a flat protective covering (on a door or wall etc) to prevent soiling by users fingers
escutcheon
(es-kuch'-un) The shield, on which all lines are drawn and charges delineated; the background on which coat armor is represented; known in blazon as the field It originally represented the war shield of a knight, upon which his arms were displayed
escutcheon
Term used to describe a metal ornament applied to the center of a button and almost always they will be applied by way of one or two pins going through the button and bent down on the back These metal designs, in shapes as varied as stars, heads, animals, or even complete scenes were attached to virtually all button materials including wood, shell, all the plastics, bone, vegetable ivory, glass, metal or composition
escutcheon
a shield on which someone's coat of arms (=family sign) is painted (escuchon, from scutum )
escutcheon
a shield; especially one displaying a coat of arms
escutcheon
Strictly, this is a shield with a coatof-arms on it, but the word is often used for the key-plate surrounding the keyhole on a drawer or box
escutcheon
armorial bearings displayed on a shield
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