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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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Precisely drawn gadrooning edges the hem and visually relates to the gadrooned inner border on Ann Jones Flower's quilt.
A set of twelve George II plain circular dinner plates with shell and, gadrooned borders, engraved with a coat-of-arms in a foliate cartouche 10 in.
Despite suffering rubbed marks this late Victorian semi-gadrooned punch bowl with circular domed gadrooned foot has enough left to identify it as a London bowl that was produced in 1897.
A pair of George V cut glass |decanters with silver mounts, assayed in London in 1910, sold for PS190, a selection of early 19th century silver and silver gilt labels and a William IV silver gadrooned coaster sold for PS280
Later in the 17th century they started to make beautiful gadrooned dishes, with a pattern in relief [3,500 [euro]-4,000 [euro]].