antique finish

antique finish

[an¦tēk ¦fin·ish]
(materials)
A paper finish, somewhat rougher than eggshell, obtained by operating wet presses and calender stacks at reduced pressures.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In one consignment box examined at IGI Cargo terminal, dozens of stone sculptures of recent manufacture with quite distinctive recently-applied antique finish were being exported and all were declared as handicraft objects.
Unfortunately, re-creating an antique finish involves more steps, and thus more cost, than simply replating with a shiny metal.
All you need is a trip to the haberdashery and some antique finish brass studs.
Crafted from iron with a fabulous antique finish, this caged pendant will cast amazing shadows on its surroundings.
I have several 1860 Army Colts at my disposal, however my favorite is the antique finish model.
Today, we have many traditional Indian designs such as Zari-booti, Kundan Rakhis, Antique Finish rakhis, Premium Stone rakhis and more.
The zinc shade with antique finish is held by an iron hook and thick rope, which extends to a maximum of 72 inches.
The emblematic variant of the pendant parades the true antique finish. The premium versions are donned with additional coats and are available in silver, gold or rose platting.
One of the building's hallmark interior characteristics is its large, custom-designed chef-quality kitchens featuring Miele appliances, Honed Cararra Caesarstone with Rue Pierre Blanc marble backsplashes in antique finish and Smallbone kitchen cabinetry handmade in Mahogany and hand painted exclusively for Two Ten West 77th Street.
Antique finish Split Block housing Facades, Wall Systems, Bridge beautification facades, Flower Wall Systems, etc.

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