sustantivo[mass noun, often as modifier]
- Individual colours can be tinted to order and various intarsia designs can be milled onto the Durat surface.
- Printed knits with vintage flora, graphic symbols, graffiti and ethnic motifs will stand alongside true intarsia rose knits.
- The Animal Knits book has some great intarsia patterns for kids sweaters/blankets, etc.
- The intricate intarsia (inlaid wood decoration) of the studiolo also illustrates how innovative art of the period required the purchasing power and political authority of influential patronage.
- This includes cottage crafts, intarsia woodwork, beautiful lampshades, jewellery, embroidery, candlewicking and heaps more.
- The carved chests and the intarsia tables could not be found in the miserable huts of the poorer strata.
- Here the detailing was fine and at the corners inlaid with an intarsia of different obsidians polished smooth.
- In the 1480s he was involved in a variety of commissions, including a design for an intarsia pavement and the execution of the monument to Bishop Piccolomini, both in Siena Cathedral.
- The candy-striped Duomo must be the only Christian church anywhere to host - on the intarsia marble floor - a portrait of that old neo-Platonic magus, Hermes Trismegistus.
From Italian intarsio; in sense 2 superseding earlier tarsia (from Italian, 'marquetry'); the knitting term dates from the mid 19th century.
Palabras que riman con intarsiamahseer, Marcia, tarsier
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Saltos de línea: in¦tar|sia
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