Definición de scagliola en inglés:

scagliola

Saltos de línea: scagli|ola
Pronunciación: /skalˈjəʊlə
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
Imitation marble or other stone, made of plaster mixed with glue and dyes which is then painted or polished: [as modifier]: scagliola columns
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The splendid scagliola columns are repaired and polished to their eighteenth-century condition.
  • The Egyptian dining room had been painted over, but when stripped it revealed a vast expanse of scagliola (18th-century plaster marbling).
  • Neapolitan workshops also produced scagliola, a composition substance that could closely imitate pietre dure decoration.

Origen

mid 18th century: from Italian scagliuola, diminutive of scaglia 'a scale'.

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