knotwork


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knotwork

A carved ornamental arrangement of cord-like figures jointed together to form a type of fringe; used to decorate voussoirs and moldings. See also: Ornament

knotwork

knotwork
A carved ornamental arrangement of cord-like figures knotted together as in some kinds of fringe, used to decorate voussoirs, moldings, etc.
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One noticeable change is a movement away from embroidery based in Celtic zoomorphics and interlacing knotwork toward more geometric, abstract designs.
Some pieces are in Celtic knotwork designs created by Mica McCann.
Jim and his fellow players have a website featuring the music of the band with the main page bordered by Celtic knotwork of Scots origin.
A binding with gold-tooled knotwork and a linked arabesque ornamental border containing the name `Prudentius' in the centre panel on both covers, which de Marinis has assigned to Rome: Milan, Biblioteca Trivulziana, Triv.