Coquillage

Coquillage

A representation of the forms of seashells used as a decorative carving over doors and windows, and in friezes and architraves.

coquillage

A representation of the forms of seashells and the like, as a decorative carving.
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At her Pineapple Avenue location, a completely reimagined boutique called Indigo West replaces the beloved Coquillage on Main Street.
Sans oublier une regle elementaire qui est de ne rien ramasser, que ce soit une coquillage, ou bien sur, des morceaux de corail
Convinced, the chef of Le Coquillage reasserts his commitment: "We, as Chefs, have a common responsibility.
One giant mural painting, Femmes et coquillage IV of 1948 from Le Corbusier's rue de Sevres office in Paris (in a former monastery) was crammed into the exhibition space, much as it would have been in situ.
Villa Savoye, Poissy, 1928-31, by Le Corbusier Y FLC/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2008; Le Corbusier in the 1960s Y FLC/Vg bild- Kunst, Bonn,2007; Femme et coquillage IV mural by Le Corbusier.
L'extrait d'un texte intitule << L'histoire du Lanbi >>, en expliquant le choix de ce coquillage tenu par le Marron inconnu (27) comme embleme d'une emission radiophonique haitienne de Paris, illustre ce type d'usage.
Givenchy Perfect Moisturizing Foundation in Beige Poudre, pounds 25; Bourjois Pour La Vie Lipstick in Coquillage Pour Sages, pounds 6.
Leechman (archeologue au National Museum of Canada) et Lionel Judah (conservateur et directeur des musees de l'universite McGill), concluront tous que ce type de coquillage ne se trouve pas en Amerique du Nord, mais qu'il abonde dans l'ocean Indien, la mer Rouge et les mers du sud, et que sa forme est, elle aussi, caracteristique de l'est de l'Asie ou de l'est de l'Inde (ANQ, Jury a Coverdale, 1er mai 1943).
Influenced by the beachscapes of the world and with a name that's French for "seashell," Coquillage provides a unique selection of furniture, accessories, tabletop, artwork and curiosities, many a steal, all in the essence of chic beach decor.
Coquillage (French for seashell) provides a unique selection of furniture, accessories, tabletop, artwork and irresistible curiosities--many a steal, some finely priced.
In YVETTE TABORIN'S La parure en coquillage au Paleolithique (XXIXe supplement a Gallia Pre-histoire.