Translation: from english

decorative chain

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  • Jewellery chain — Fine metal chains are used in jewellery to encircle various parts of the body, namely the neck, the wrists and the ankles, and they also serve as points to hang decorative charms and pendants. Unlike industrial or chains for other purposes, the… …   Wikipedia

  • Chatelaine (chain) — Chatelaine, 1765 1775 Victoria and Albert Museum no. C.492:1 to 7 1914 Chatelaine is a decorative belt hook or clasp worn at the waist with a series of chains suspended from it. Each chain is mounted with a useful household appendage such as… …   Wikipedia

  • Jack chain — A jack chain is a type of chain made of thin wire, with figure eight shaped links, and loops at right angles to each other. Jack chains are often used to suspend fixtures such as lights or signs, for decorative purposes, or as part of a cable… …   Wikipedia

  • Omega chain — An omega chain or omega necklace is a pseudo chain made by assembling metallic plates on a wire or woven mesh. The plates give the appearance of links in a chain. The embedded wire provides the strength, so the plates can be designed to please… …   Wikipedia

  • festoon — I. noun Etymology: French feston, from Italian festone, from festa festival, from Latin more at feast Date: 1630 1. a decorative chain or strip hanging between two points 2. a carved, molded, or painted ornament representing a decorative chain II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Bass trap — Bass Traps are acoustic absorbers or sound baffles which have the ability to capture low frequency sound. Bass traps are used to provide acoustic absorptive treatment in rooms and are common tools used in architectural acoustics. Bass traps are… …   Wikipedia

  • festoon — fes·toon || fe stuːn n. decorative chain (made of flowers, leaves, etc.); ornamental design (on furniture, architecture, etc.) v. decorate with chains of flowers (or leaves, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

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