Definition of Intagli

1. intaglio [n] - See also: intaglio



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intagli

inswings
inswung
int
int'l
int 1
int 2
intact dilation and extractions
intactivists
intactly
intactness
intactnesses
intagli (current term)
intagliated
intaglii
intaglio
intaglio printing
intaglioed
intaglioing
intaglios
intai-zumo
intail
intailed
intailing
intailment
intails
intake

Literary usage of Intagli

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1888)
"Lead rings, set with intagli, of early date and good work, are sometimes to be met ... They are either solid with devices cut on them, or set with intagli. ..."

2. The Antiquary (1888)
"They are either solid with devices cut on them, or set with intagli. ... Lead rings, set with intagli, of early date and good work, are sometimes to be met ..."

3. Antique Gems: Their Origin, Uses, and Value as Interpreters of Ancient by Charles William King (1860)
"Serapis, however, whose worship was so universal under the later emperors, claims by far the largest share of the intagli representing Jupiter. ..."

4. Pickle the Spy; Or, The Incognito of Prince Charles by Andrew Lang (1897)
"... James—intagli of James—En route for London —September 1750. THE reader lias had an opportunity of observing the success of Charles in mystifying Europe. ..."

5. Walks in Florence by Susan Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1873)
"Inta^li and Camel.— Coins and Medals. The cabinet of gems which contains the collections of intagli and Camei is entered from the Sala dell' Erma- ..."

6. Pickle the Spy: Or, The Incognito of Prince Charles by Andrew Lang (1897)
"... James—intagli of James—En route for London —September 1750. THE reader has had an opportunity of observing the success of Charles in mystifying Europe. ..."

7. Handbook of Engraved Gems by Charles William King (1885)
"by adding in the field, or reverse of the gem, the formulée of their own system, of which examples are given above.* Astrological intagli again, whence ..."

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