Of or relating to Damascus.
Same as Damask, or Damaskeen, v. t.
To decorate one metal by inlaying or attaching another metal to it. Damascened steel and Damascus steel are frequently confused. The former is an inlay process while the latter is a watering process.
a native or inhabitant of Damascus
a design produced by inlaying gold or silver into steel
inlay metal with gold and silver
(of metals) decorated or inlaid with a wavy pattern of different (especially precious) metals; "a damascened sword"
The decorating of metal with another metal, either by inlaying or attaching in some fashion. Damascene is often confused with Damaskeening or engine turning.
Fine strips of gold or silver inlaid into non-precious metal like iron, steel and bronze.
An integrated circuit process where a metal conductor pattern is embedded in a dielectric film on the silicon substrate, resulting in a planar interconnection layer. The creation of a damascene structure most often involves chemical mechanical planarization of a nonplanar surface resulting from multiple process steps.
A decorative technique in which a metal such as steel, iron, brass, or copper is inlaid with gold or silver; also used to describe the pulled decoration on iridescent Favrile glass shades produced by Tiffany Studios.
of Damascus origin, in art it depicts the technique used by the Syrians.