Definition of Lithophanes

1. Noun. (plural of lithophane) ¹



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Definition of Lithophanes

1. lithophane [n] - See also: lithophane

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lithophanes

lithometeors
lithomyl
lithonephritis
lithontriptic
lithontriptics
lithontriptist
lithontriptists
lithontriptor
lithontriptors
lithopedian
lithopedion
lithopedions
lithophagous
lithophagy
lithophane
lithophanes (current term)
lithophile
lithophiles
lithophilia
lithophosphoric
lithophotography
lithophyll
lithophyse
lithophyses
lithophyta
lithophyte
lithophytes
lithophytic
lithophytic plant
lithophyton

Literary usage of Lithophanes

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1. The Canadian Entomologist by Entomological Society of Canada (1951- ), Entomological Society of Ontario (1892)
"On one of my visits to Mr. Grote in Buffalo, whilst he was naming some lithophanes for me, he called my attention especially to this species as '• one that ..."

2. The Pottery and Porcelain of the United States: An Historical Review of by Edwin Atlee Barber (1901)
"lithophanes, or transparencies for windows and lamp shades, at that time much in vogue, were produced to some extent. Among the subjects selected for this ..."

3. The Encyclopedia of Ceramics by William Percival Jervis (1902)
"... NJ, Parian of a medium quality was produced, chiefly in the shape of lithophanes or transparencies, the designs being mostly copies of the German ones. ..."

4. Marks of American Potters by Edwin Atlee Barber (1904)
"Animal heads in terra-cotta were produced for wall decoration, and the manufacture of Parian was commenced. lithophanes or transparencies for windows and ..."

5. The Irish Industrial Exhibition of 1853: A Detailed Catalogue of Its by John Sproule (1854)
"... and the colour deepest, the effect being exactly similar to that produced by those pretty coloured porcelain lithophanes which are made in Germany, ..."

6. Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the by Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden (1880)
"Fernald, on his recent journey to Europe, kindly took with him a series of our lithophanes to compare \vith Mr. Walker's types in the ..."

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