The cutting tool of an engraver on metal, used in line engraving. It is made of tempered steel, one end being ground off obliquely so as to produce a sharp point, and the other end inserted in a handle; a graver; also, the similarly shaped tool used by workers in marble.
The manner or style of execution of an engraver; as, a soft burin; a brilliant burin.
Steel engraving tool for cutting into wood or metal.
Any artifact used for the purpose of engraving and cutting into another surface. Chisel like implement.
An engraving tool with a knob-like wooden handle and a metal shaft that has a sharply beveled point that cuts a V-shaped groove into a metal printing plate and provides a clean rich line for printing.
A steel rod with a sharp beveled point that forms an incised V-shaped line in a metal plate. See burr.
The primary tool in engraving which 'ploughs' out a line in metal or on wood.
The basic tool of the engraver (adopted from the silversmith) which is used to carve out the line, or burin, engraving on the plate or block.
1. A chisel-like implement. 2. A retouched flake which has had the lateral margin removed on flakes which run parallel to the percussion axis (Crabtree 1972: 48-50).
a chisel of tempered steel with a sharp point; used for engraving
a chisel-like implement derived from a flake or blade
a cutting tool with a V-shaped point that is pushed into the plate, creating channels for the ink that tend to be deeper and more controlled than etched lines
a hand tool used by cutting into the material to gouge out the hollows
a sharply pointed tool used for engraving armor
Also know as a graver, a sharp-pointed instrument used for engraving, etching, and drypoint.
Tool used by engravers to incise the lines. A graveur.
Squared-shaped, sharpened steel wire in a mushroom-shaped handle; used for engraving on copper plate. Also used for engraving jewelry, guns, knives, etc.
A small hand-held engraver's chisel.
A pointed steel cutting tool used in engraving or in cutting stone.
A steel cutting tool with a sharp angled point.
Burins are flint or other stone tools. They have a small sharp edge like a chisel. They were used for engraving bone and wood.
A stone tool, from which flakes, called "burin spalls", are removed in order to create a sharp edge that is used to carve grooves, commonly in bone or wood.