filigree[ fil-i-gree ]SEE DEFINITION OF filigree
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Some of our filigree glass, it is true, became too elaborate to be beautiful.
Those spindles are Persian, while the filigree is more Byzantine than anything else.
He remembered the motto curiously worked in filigree of gold.
He handed her the filigree necklace she had admired so much.
While she was still admiring it, Peggy picked up the filigree necklace.
The Indian filigree work is the finest and cheapest in the world.
There are several methods of preparing the wire called “filigree.”
This method is generally in vogue with most filigree workers.
It consists of a disc of silver 4½ inches in diameter, enriched with filigree.
It is adorned with bosses of filigree alternating with pyramidal projections.