luster ware

luster ware
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  • Luster ware — Luster Lus ter, Lustre Lus tre, n. [F. lustre; cf. It. lustro; both fr. L. lustrare to purify, go about (like the priests at the lustral sacrifice), traverse, survey, illuminate, fr. lustrum a purificatory sacrifice; perh. akin to E. loose. But… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • luster ware — luster ware, or lus|ter|ware «LUHS tuhr WAIR», noun. a kind of china or pottery that has a lustrous, metallic, often iridescent surface …   Useful english dictionary

  • Luster — Lus ter, Lustre Lus tre, n. [F. lustre; cf. It. lustro; both fr. L. lustrare to purify, go about (like the priests at the lustral sacrifice), traverse, survey, illuminate, fr. lustrum a purificatory sacrifice; perh. akin to E. loose. But lustrare …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Lüster — (franz. lustre), glänzender Damenkleiderstoff aus Baumwollenkette und Mohair oder Alpakaschuß; oft ist die Kette dunkel und der Schuß hell, so daß die Ware ein schillerndes Aussehen hat; häufig wird der Stoff mit kleinen, vom Schuß gebildeten… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • lus|ter|ware — luster ware, or lus|ter|ware «LUHS tuhr WAIR», noun. a kind of china or pottery that has a lustrous, metallic, often iridescent surface …   Useful english dictionary

  • Andrew Luster — Andrew Stuart Luster (* 15. Dezember 1963) ist ein Urenkel von Max Factor und einer der Erben des Vermögens von Max Factor. Bekannt wurde er vor allem durch einen medienträchtigen Kriminalprozess wegen Serienvergewaltigung, in dessen Verlauf er… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Raku ware — A 16th century black Raku style chawan, used for thick tea (Tokyo National Museum) File:Tea bowl with designs of pine boughs and interlocking circles, unknown raku ware workshop, Kyoto, 18th 19th Cent, Freer Gallery of Art.jpg Tea bowl with… …   Wikipedia

  • Hispano-Moresque ware — Around 711, the Moors conquered Spain. They introduced two ceramic techniques to Europe: glazing with an opaque white tin glaze, and painting in metallic lusters. Málaga in southern Spain was particularly celebrated for its gold lustrewares in… …   Wikipedia

  • Lustre — Luster Lus ter, Lustre Lus tre, n. [F. lustre; cf. It. lustro; both fr. L. lustrare to purify, go about (like the priests at the lustral sacrifice), traverse, survey, illuminate, fr. lustrum a purificatory sacrifice; perh. akin to E. loose. But… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lus|ter — lus|ter1 «LUHS tuhr», noun, verb. –n. 1. a bright shine on the surface: »the luster of pearls. Beetles, glittering with metallic luster (Francis Parkman). SYNONYM(S): sheen, gloss. See syn. under polish. (Cf. ↑polish) 2. brightness; radiance: » …   Useful english dictionary

  • Islamic art — Arabesque inlays at the Mughal Agra Fort …   Wikipedia


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