diamond pattern

diamond pattern

[′dī·mənd ‚pad·ərn]
(design engineering)
The arrangement of diamonds set in a diamond crown.

diamond pattern

On a roof, a pattern of tiles or shingles whose lower edges are V-shaped.
References in classic literature ?
Red mittens with a black diamond pattern on the back are much run after.
From the cut of her sharp-pointed hood, and the long diamond pattern of her white deer-skin leggings, they supposed she came from Ellesmere Land.
vivo S1 also comes with a trendsetting design that shows excellent craftsmanship, where it converts a diamond pattern design and seamless transition from blue to purple.
With further breakthrough in the design and craftsmanship, S1 adopts a diamond pattern design and seamless transition from blue to purple.
The Realme 3i sports a diamond pattern look on the back, which is the signature style of Realme.
There are sets of glassware products (glass, cups, candy jars and plates) with diamond pattern designs or diamond necklace designs.
They have an embossed diamond pattern (photo), which won't show dents as easily as smooth-sided steel hoppers.
As you approach the car and press the key fob, the LED headlights with their dancing diamond pattern instantly alert you to the fact that this is no ordinary SUV.
It features a diamond pattern on the front grille that is reminiscent of the new Mazda CX-5, an updated rear end, and the chrome strip above the number plate now extends into the tail lights.
Partially the surfaces are to be created with a diamond pattern. The total covering area is about 330 m 2 .
Tracery is an intricate quilted diamond pattern. And Mesh is a multicolored checkerboard scheme inspired by 17th-century Dutch woven chairs.