The flame of the braziers was reflected on all those merry faces.
The braziers were usually mounted on feet and richly ornamented.
The Braziers' Company was once an important guild in connection with metal.
For cushions—the straw zabuton; for fire in the braziers—punk!
All others were below ground round the "fug" of their braziers.
There were no fireplaces; the apartments were chiefly warmed by charcoal in braziers.
To offset their hidden power, the government encouraged the foundation of a rival society, known as the Calderari, or Braziers.
Old armour hung upon the wall, grim in the 11 light of candles fixed in braziers.
It seems that the Braziers propose soon to pass (Jeux d'Esprit, etc.), vii.
The cook to-day was fully employed with his stewpans and braziers, and appeared to be giving himself airs of no little importance.