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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]].