Openwork


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Openwork

Any work characterized by perforations, especially of an ornamental nature.

openwork

1. Any work, esp. ornamental, characterized by perforations.
2. In fortifications, any work not protected at a gorge, 3 by a parapet or otherwise.
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Emily Cox, Virgin Money; Michelle Berti, Deutsche Bank; Erica Mandryko, Alison Mayfield, Openwork Limited
A pair of graphic flats accent the season's easy style in openwork motifs.
The collection of openwork net designs is based on developments at KARL MAYER, being entirely made from polyamide monofilaments.
The ring which is still in excellent condition is composed mainly of 18 karat gold/silver and features a unique openwork design that centers upon a trio old mine-cut diamonds framed by smaller rose-cut diamonds to the split shoulders and shank.
New openwork dishes feature handpainted sea creatures.
Lizzie Hopley is hilarious as tobacconist's wife Mrs Gallipot who deceives her "apron husband" over her affair with Laxton; as is Seamstress Mistress Openwork - Harvey Virdi - tricked by Peter Bray's geeky Goshawk into thinking her husband has another woman in Brentford.
Baluster dining table ($4,500), Clarksdale openwork carved screen ($7,500) and Atlas andiron bench ($2,550).
The two Barosaurs, meanwhile, are made of openwork stainless steel and festooned with pine boughs and lights.
We gaze up through the boughs as one does through the openwork crochet of sleep, the feather costumes both world and dream try on.
Some 150 financial advisers from the UK are in Abu Dhabi as part of a major incentive by Openwork - Britain's largest multi-tie mortgage and financial advice network.
SAVE: PS8 For her: Openwork Scarf with Fringes, Zara.
The Sueno Openwork Cake Stand is a new addition to the Sueno collection with stunning openwork detail trimming the edges.