Definition of Filagreed
1. filagree [v] - See also: filagree
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Literary usage of Filagreed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Californian Illustrated Magazine by Charles Frederick Holder, Edward James Livernash (1892)
"... fringed, tasseled, After the espadas come the bau- seam their scarlet knee breeches, yellow but less richly arrayed ; then the filagreed at the ..."
2. The Innocents Abroad: Or the New Pilgrims' Progress by Mark Twain (2001)
"We moved along the sinuous gravel walks, with the great concourse of girls and young men, and suddenly a domed and filagreed white temple, starred over and ..."
3. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1854)
"... the baronet's new-fangled arms over them, gilded, and filagreed, and barred, will tell their stories too about the kind Colonel and his hard brother. ..."
4. The Library by Bibliographical Society (Great Britain)., Library Association (1895)
"The case is sometimes made of carved ivory bound with hoops of filagreed silver. " The furrow made by the pressure of the stile is rendered visible by the ..."
5. Southern Literary Messenger (1850)
"... Anacreon's wreath II lift it up, and lo ! a salver bright, Of linked bars, like twisted beams of light, Fantastically filagreed and deep ; And bunches ..."
6. Adventures of a Younger Son by Edward John Trelawny (1890)
"A drink was brought, of iced water, with the compressed juice of the freshly plucked pomegranate; and a little filagreed basket of fruit and sweetmeats ..."