Definition of Ciseleurs
1. ciseleur [n] - See also: ciseleur
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ciseleurs
Literary usage of Ciseleurs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Connoisseur by George Colman, Bonnell Thornton (1905)
"But the foremost ciseleurs were responsible to- only a small portion of the ormolu to be found upon furniture of the time. The style had extended to the ..."
2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Guide to the Loan Exhibition of the J by John Pierpont [Morgan (1914)
"... the metal chasers, or ciseleurs, who made mounts in ormolu, that is, chiseled and gilded bronze, with which the inlaid furniture was further decorated. ..."
3. How to Catalogue a Library: roman inédit by Henry Benjamin Wheatley, Stendhal, Casimir Stryienski (1889)
"... alors on fit venir de Paris des ouvriers ciseleurs qui, en taillant ces pierres à une profondeur de six pouces à quelques endroits, entourèrent la tour ..."