diamond pattern

diamond pattern

[′dī·mənd ‚pad·ərn]
(design engineering)
The arrangement of diamonds set in a diamond crown.

diamond pattern

On a roof, a pattern of tiles or shingles whose lower edges are V-shaped.
References in classic literature ?
Red mittens with a black diamond pattern on the back are much run after.
From the cut of her sharp-pointed hood, and the long diamond pattern of her white deer-skin leggings, they supposed she came from Ellesmere Land.
One key design element of the Luxtiera chair is the diamond pattern molded throughout the chair.
The new Umbro design sees the Blues return to the diamond graphic running down the sleeves and another diamond pattern on the side of the shorts.
It features 20-inch alloy wheels, red brake callipers, an interior design package in fine Nappa leather, with diamond pattern, contrasting stitching in dark silver and a leather instrument binnacle.
Engineered with a diamond pattern for flexibility, the large mother cart frame can accommodate multiple, different daughter carts--including a static cart, a tilt cart, a rotation cart, a kit cart, or a tube and joint cart and more--with different caster arrangements.
The diamond pattern, a geometric-designed release system, allows for virtually any converted diecut label shape and size to remove cleanly and easily from a variety of substrates.
Swathed in quilted calf leather in a classic Bentley shade of Newmarket Tan and embellished with a diamond pattern, the titanium body of the phone is durable yet lightweight.
Diamond pattern votive, PSBlack and gold mini tealight holders, PS6 for two.
Mother of pearl card cases can be attractive and are relatively common, often featuring a square or diamond pattern.
Unlike the old industrial channel gates with steel wheels, the Xpanda gates are made of a clean profile tubular steel that is riveted together in a strong lattice diamond pattern, not only for strength and appearance the diamond pattern allows the gate to expand and retract to 15% of its opening size and fold 180 degrees out of the way when not needed.