Definition of Lustered
1. Verb. (past of luster) ¹
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Definition of Lustered
1. luster [v] - See also: luster
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Literary usage of Lustered
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles of Dyeing by George Stronach Fraps (1903)
"Properties of lustered Cotton. — Cotton mercerized under tension (lustered) and without tension is the same chemically and, with a few differences, ..."
2. Colonial Homes and Their Furnishings by Mary Harrod Northend (1912)
"Originally, silver luster was a cheap imitation of silver, and first specimens were lustered inside as well as out, to further increase the deception. ..."
3. Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the by Ohio Roster commission (1889)
"18M, at Lexington, Kv lustered out with company July "fl ... lustered out with company Jti lustered out with company JuU ..."
4. Hispano-Moresque Pottery in the Collection of the Hispanic Society of America by Edwin Atlee Barber (1915)
"One of the earliest references to lustered pottery with which we are ... Malaga also is believed to have been one of the early centres of lustered pottery, ..."
5. Bulletin by Colorado Geological Survey (1912)
"A soft (2 to 3), metallic lustered, light to dark gray mineral, ... A dull-lustered, brown or yellow, opaque mineral with a yellow to yellowish brown streak ..."
6. Reports of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition by Edward Henry Knight (1880)
"Earliest date noticed on any piece of lustered majolica of the manufacture of Maestro Georgio. Fortu um considers я piece in the Sèvres Museum, dated 1489, ..."
7. The Lure of the Antique by Walter Alden Dyer (1910)
"It was, therefore, lustered inside and out—especially tea-sets, bowls, and mugs. Later the outside only was lustered, the inside being given a white ..."
8. The Encyclopedia of Ceramics by William Percival Jervis (1902)
"But few lustered pieces were made here. Its products were similar to those of Faenza, with CISTERN, MAJOLICA-WARE OF URBINO. ..."