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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
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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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