garniture


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Rosemary said: "Probably my favourite would be the roast fillet of beef [sz] la provenale, which is a fillet of beef roasted on the spit with a garniture of provenale tomatoes stuffed with a mushroom farce with the whole dish garnished with hatelets of truffles, mushrooms and crayfish.
The Sevres porcelain factory, founded in the town of Vincennes in 1740, produced porcelain fit for kings ie: beautifully decorated dinner services, urns, bowl, vases, including panels for clocks (shown here) - an ormolu garniture comprising clock and pair of three branch fan light candelabra sold for pounds 2,600 at auction.
The ROM's anime is assumed to be the core part of what is called a small garniture, an armour with pieces that can be added or detached to produce various configurations for different purposes.
Embellished with Dore bronze garniture and marquetry, it bears the signature of Francois Linke (1855-1946),considered the leading cabinetmaker of the Belle Epoque era--the glittering age of French society
Empoisonneuse, la mayonnaise a encore frappE[umlaut], cette fois Ea Madaba, sous la forme de garniture d'un plat de shawerma.
A French brass garniture set clock from the Victorian era.
Other items here include the Rose-Diamond Garniture, the "Moor" sculpture adorned with breathtaking emeralds, and other selected garnitures of ruby, sapphire, and emerald.
Sets of vases were originally called Garniture de Chimenee, or Chimney Sets, and the name Garniture is still used to describe a set of vases of three or more.
To this end, Lizzie constructs and projects a public image of herself that openly invites society to see and understand her, as Trollope delightfully puts it, in terms of `a woman of whom it might almost be said that she ought to wear diamonds', as someone `made to sparkle, to be bright with outside garniture,--to shine and glitter and be rich in apparel' (1, 159).
16) London writes, "Under all his large garniture of fighting strength, Johnson is happy-go-lucky in temperament, as light and carefree as a child.
La garniture chromosomique d'un individu forme son caryotype.
Aronson Antiquairs, Amsterdam, started the fair selling his top piece: an extremely rare garniture of brown Dutch Delftware.
They are worth pounds 12,000-pounds 14,000; an Ashford marble three-piece clock (above) garniture inlaid with morning glory, pansies, fuchsias and snowdrops.
Main course: Fillet of beef Saint-Ambroix, fillet of Welsh beef stuffed with vegetables and truffle garniture gourmande.