lambrequin


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lambrequin

An ornamental horizontal band, often fringed, lobed, or notched along its lower edge.
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2 (1994), 235, Henry Golemba offers a different take on the lambrequin, highlighting it as "the characters' only effort at art." He claims that Maggie's "efforts to restore the lambrequin to its place" after her mother tears it down "create sympathy," and that "[h]er longing for art is also lonely in this harsh environment."
A small arched window can look delightful with just a patterned or decorated lambrequin, with a roller blind behind if blackout is required.
Just as blue monochrome wares were famed in Nevers, the signature Rouen decoration involved lambrequins, borders imitating embroidery originally found in Chinese porcelain.
La estavam os afrescos, as pinturas a oleo, as alfaias, os lambrequins, as cenas que faziam combinar as evocacoes classicas (Eneas e Dido), uma Hebe, e os retratos reais.
The Delineator recommended that pinecones gathered in the autumn be put to use as drop pendants for lambrequins or table-scarves.
Sand se souvient du lit de la rue Thiroux, qui l'accueille au retour d'Espagne alors qu'elle a la gale : << un lit en forme de corbillard avec de grands panaches aux quatre coins, [...] des doubles rideaux et une quantite de lambrequins decoupes, d'oreillers et de garniture dont le luxe et la finesse m'etonnerent >> << Ce lit et cette chambre, encore frais a cerre epoque (je souligne), me firent l'effet d'un paradis >> (p.
His new collection, which includes more soft, neutral colorways and a line of beaded lambrequins, will be shown at upcoming gift shows in Atlanta and New York.
A state room at Boughton House contains a version of his unpublished Boulle tail-case clock, inlaid with tortoise-shell bands and draped in trompe-l'oeil metal lambrequins, but the Brock piece, unlike its Boughton counterpart, has its original movement (Fig.