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Centerpiece

An ornament placed in the middle of an area, such as a decoration in the center of a ceiling.

centerpiece

An ornament placed in the middle of something, as a decoration in the center of the ceiling.
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You can buy cinnamon sticks, lotus flower heads, artificial berries and ribbon in neutral colours if going for a more natural look, with a simple church candle for the centrepiece; this can be placed on a glass candle holder, which will be hidden by the foliage of the centrepiece.
The event will show off the craftsmanship, design and attention to detail needed to be a Centrepiece jeweller.
They will form the centrepiece of the art exhibition Torre Abbey Contemporary Open.
Christopher English, secretary to the Downing St Silver Trust, said: "It has been a centrepiece at state banquets in Downing Street since 1993.
Last year's theme was the alum industry, with the centrepiece a huge wooden ship.
The centrepiece could either be the nativity scene or an arrangement of angels with the Star of Bethlehem.
The new format replaces the political speeches and rally which used to be the centrepiece.
Centrepiece of the evening will be the launch of a film made by service users showing the range of projects available within the community justice system.
Shoppers visiting the Symphony Hall will be able to view and buy pieces made by Centrepiece, a 20-strong group of jewellers and silversmiths.
A solid silver centrepiece, which would have adorned a table in the restaurant, was removed by second purser Reginald Barker and part-exchanged for a new uniform by tailor Horace Bradshaw before the Titanic set sail.
The apartments, by Space Developments, are on the ground floor of the 1930s art deco building, which has as its centrepiece a 3,000sq ft glass-roofed arium created by internationally-renowned designer John Rocha.