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gadroon, godroon

An ornament composed chiefly of ovoid or more elongated bosses regularly repeated, side by side.
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As with every Toric model produced since 1997, the wristwatch is characterized by a bezel formed of two gadroons alternating with hand-applied knurling based on the harmonious proportions of the golden ratio.
These include the Rendez-Vous Secret featuring a slightly domed lid adorned with diamonds and sapphires in the form of a flower; Reverso One Duetto Jewelry whose iconic diamond-lined gadroons were inspired by vintage Art Deco designs of the 1930s; Rendez-Vous Celestial with a handpainted, sky-theme dial, and Rendez-Vous Moon Medium with an elliptical guilloche pattern at the heart of the dial.
There are two non-diamond models, and a third which is set with 56 diamonds (1.4 carats) on the bezel itself, sculpted with gadroons all around the watch.
After the sunset the horizon was, by 4.10, lined a long way by a glowing tawny light, not very pure in colour and distinctly textured in hummocks, bodies like a shoal of dolphins, or in what are called gadroons, or as the Japanese conventionally represent waves.
Equally appealing is an imposing 200-cm walnut candelabra from the late 16th century with Galerie Saint-Martin (5 and 11 rue des Saints-Peres), carved with acanthus foliage, gadroons, grotesques and fruit.
The handle of the fork ends in two small gadroons. It is a collaboration between Pierre Herme and Christofle.