filigree


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Synonyms for filigree

Synonyms for filigree

delicate and intricate ornamentation (usually in gold or silver or other fine twisted wire)

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make filigree, as with a precious metal

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And now, Filigree reaches a milestone as its flagship project, Botanika Nature Residences, a premium, low-density residential development, welcomes residents to its newly completed first tower.
Filigree has indeed proven itself worthy as a premium real estate brand, with every project bearing iconic architecture, generosity of space, incomparable finishes and build quality, plush amenities, and exceptional property management -- each one situated in prime, desirable locations.
The filigree graces the windows of the 23 jewelers of Mompox, a city founded in 1540 and listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995 for its traditions and colonial style.
The Watchmaker of Filigree Street is a remarkable debut," declared the Los Angeles Times, "and I look forward to seeing what Pulley does next.
Drawn out of his civil service routine to observe the Filigree Streetdwelling Keita Mori, Thaniel finds himself moving towards a future that frightens and entrances him with its possibilities - but how much can he trust the lonely Japanese immigrant?
And on the bottom is the filigree finding, centered, which serves as a smooth, even foundation for your accessory.
The pieces use gold filigree, Swarovski crystals, the most luxurious fabrics - and each piece takes seven to 10 days to make.
Ordered chaos, lightness and filigree are just a few of the characteristics that this product may bring to mind.
Over and over, a woman's skin reveals itself within the great body of literature like a dress lifted slowly from foot, ankle, calf, thigh, until there is no dress left to speak of, no whalebone bodice trimmed in lace, no makeup to filigree the woman's noble face-- nothing between the words and the eye but pulp and ink, and the reader's finger follows the line wherever it leads.
The silversmiths, who are locally called "Ropyakaras'produce silver filigree items, made of silver drawn into fine wires and foils, which are artistically joined together in a framework of delicate designs.
Big, chunky cuffs and necklaces with giant links are fashion's new gold standard: They can be pure unadorned metal, sprinkled with pave diamonds, or gossamer-sheer filigree that's surprisingly big and bold.
This address sign can be used with or without filigree, and is ideal for mailboxes, fence posts and front yards.
I used pieces moulded from 17th century buttons mixed with modern pieces of filigree all sparkled up with Swarovski crystal.
For their Portfolio collection, they have introduced their most dynamic trio to date: Varsity, a high-performance solid colored for education applications, Filigree, which is printed with an intricate paisley pattern perfect for residential interiors, and graffiti-inspired D.
The metal filigree, pictured right, which will wrap around the new library, was fixed to the glazed exterior facing out onto Birmingham's Centenary Square.