wood mosaic

wood mosaic

1. See mosaic, 2.
2. See parquetry.
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The Wood Mosaic collection was developed from remnants of Japanese cedar in block shapes and put together as a mosaic.
The team opted to install the wood mosaic pieces as side-grain instead of end-grain because they say this approach would result in a stronger product and would be less likely to warp over time.
The term is applied to a process of wood mosaic developed and practised at Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells in Kent.
His wood cut work is relatively new but based on the old tradition of wood mosaic work," remarked Waqar Ahmed Resident Director RAC, addressing the occasion.
Hama, central Syria (SANA) -- Syrian craftsman Ahmad Naasan Akouk is currently using the ancient Roman method of making mosaics to craft a wood mosaic mural measuring 2 square meters and containing 200,000 pieces.
Mosaic handicraft is an important source of outcome and one of the most important handicrafts that could be further developed, particularly due to thepopularity and increasing demand for mosaic by Arab and foreign tourists which caused the craft to flourish, producing captivating masterpieces of impeccable precision and beautiful design.Another type of mosaic is wood mosaic. The main body and structure of the mosaic pieces is madeof beech or walnut wood.
Because the flooring not only retains but accentuates the warmth and beauty of wood traditionally preferred by homeowners and buyers, Wood Mosaic Corp., one of the manufacturers of laminated block flooring, predicts it will be the floor covering of the future, as it has been the floor covering of the past.
Mosaic handicraft is an important source of outcome and one of the most important handicrafts that could be further developed, particularly due to thepopularity and increasing demand for mosaic by Arab and foreign tourists which caused the craft to flourish, producing captivating masterpieces of impeccable precision and beautiful design.Another type of mosaic is wood mosaic made of various types of colored wood to make the veneer, such as rosewood, eucalyptus, walnut, almond and lemon wood, in addition to seashells which are imported from Asia.
Damascus, (SANA) -- The Damascene wood mosaic is one of the oldest, most distinguished traditional handicrafts in Damascus, giving its houses a unique beauty and earning considerable popularity among Syrians and tourists alike.This handicraft uses various types of colored wood to make the veneer, such as rosewood, Eucalyptus, walnut, almond and lemon wood, in addition to seashells which are imported from Asia.
The main convention hall showcases wood mosaics, replicas of old marble tiles and figures of angels on the ceilings whose hand and body movements all point to a single ray of light to illumine the whole hall.