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Literary usage of Gadrooning
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Plate Collector's Guide by Percy Macquoid, Wilfred Joseph Cripps (1908)
"54 is one from a set of three dated 1684, perfectly plain save for some spiral gadrooning on the top. By the end of the century the perforation was often ..."
2. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1905)
"An Elizabethan oak bedstead, carved with terminal figures, floral ornaments, and gadrooning, and inlaid with arabesque foliage in marqueterie of coloured ..."
3. Old English Plate: Ecclesiastical, Decorative, and Domestic : Its Makers and by Wilfred Joseph Cripps (1894)
"... mented with the oblique gadrooning of Louis XV. taste. Towards 1765 this last finally gave way to the Corinthian column pattern ..."
4. The Practical Book of Interior Decoration by Harold Donaldson Eberlein, Abbot McClure, Edward Stratton Holloway (1919)
"... tulips, hearts, roses and rosettes, acanthus leaves, foliated and floriated scrolls, grapevines with fruit and leaves, gadrooning, channelling, reeding, ..."
5. Handbook of the Cesnola Collection of Antiquities from Cyprus by John Linton Myres (1914)
"BLOWN GLASS WITH gadrooning OR RIBBING, formed by modelling, in imitation of the vases of thick cast glass ..."
6. American Silver of the XVII & XVIII Centuries: A Study Based on the by Alphonso Trumpbour Clearwater, Clara Louise Avery (1920)
"... most of the elaborate designs of the earlier period were discarded, and only the simpler and bolder ones retained—the deep fluting and gadrooning; ..."
7. The Hudson-Fulton Celebration. Catalogue of an Exhibition Held in the by Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner, Henry Watson Kent, Florence N Levy (1909)
"... below and reeded foot ; two S-shaped handles with gadrooning. Engr.: FC on bottom. H. 4^ inches; Diam. 4^ inches. Mark: WC, with star and two pellets ..."