His cartouches lay ready to his hand in his belt of untanned leather.
Twenty cartouches for Gavroche meant a provision of cartridges for the barricade.
Kohl pots were fashioned in the form of the lotus, cartouches sprang from it, wine flowed from cups shaped like it.
Buhl, or Boulle, is inlaid work with tortoise-shell or metals in arabesques or cartouches.
Below is a very long Greek inscription which enabled Champollion to read these cartouches.
The lower portion of it is modern, but the upper half bears the cartouches of Ramses II.
On its upper border this interesting specimen has repeated scarabs, cartouches with inscriptions, discs, and serpents.
But poor Potter was disappointed in his designs; for, before he could fulfil them, he was made the victim of Cartouches cruelty.
His work is often excessively flamboyant and over-elaborate; he revelled in amorini and swags, arabesques and cartouches.
It has one column of inscriptions on each face and the cartouches of these sovereigns.