Something which hangs or depends; something suspended; a hanging appendage, especially one of an ornamental character, as to a chandelier or an eardrop; also, an appendix or addition, as to a book.
An ornamental object or piece of jewelry with a hook so that it can be hung from a chain around the neck.
A hanging ornament on roofs, ceilings, etc., much used in the later styles of Gothic architecture, where it is of stone, and an important part of the construction. There are imitations in plaster and wood, which are mere decorative features.
The stem and ring of a watch, by which it is suspended.
an ornament that hangs downward from a structure
Ceiling fixture that usually features a shade larger than 10" in diameter, suspended by a single pole or chain extending from the ceiling canopy.
A suspended or hanging ornament, often tear-shaped.
hanging, a motif depicted upside down
A charm or other item worn on a chain that swings freely.
An adornment that hangs from a necklace. View our entire collection of Opal Pendants.
A jewelry component that hangs from a string or wire, usually as a focal point in the jewelry item.
An elongated and often turned ornament that hangs down from a peak or cornice, for example, on a gable of a medieval-styled building.
an adornment that hangs from a piece of jewelry (necklace or earring)
branched lighting fixture; often ornate; hangs from the ceiling
a ceiling-mounted light that hangs by a cord over a surface, such as a table or kitchen island, or in an entryway
a decoration and symbolization of the things that a person treasures
a decorative element suspended from a necklace, chain or cord (some Renaissance pieces were fastened to the sleeve), either as an auxiliary decoration or as an object worn for its own sake
a free swinging piece of any jewelry that usually hangs from a chain
a piece of jewellery which is worn round the neck
a type of necklace in which a jewel, fob or jeweled motif hangs on an otherwise unadorned chain
Pendants can provide both task and general lighting. Equipped with shades or globes to avoid glare, they are suspended from the ceiling over dinette tables, game tables, kitchen counters, or other work areas. When used over end tables or night tables, they free up the space occupied by table lamps. In general, pendants should be hung about 30— above the tabletop and be about 12" narrower that the table on all sides.
Any ceiling mount fixture that suspends a single glass shade some distance, either by chain or with rod.
Element suspended with decorative swollen lower ends (egg Pendant bargeboard q.v.)
A short length of wire or chain hooked on to a tackle e.g. on the leeboards.
Pendant Anhänger, m Colgante Hanging downward.
A bulbous, knob-like ornament which hangs downward.
A pendant is a charm of varying size or design, which attaches to a chain, typically a necklace.
The line by which a boat is connected to a mooring buoy; a short rope hanging from a spar having at its free end a spliced thimble or a block.
A hanging ornament. Particularly often used in the late Gothic period.
Typically a single pole or chain extending from the ceiling canopy - usually with one light.
Anything hanging, especially for ornament: a hanging ornament worn on the neck. For greenstone pendant shapes - - See Figure 62, in the page under the heading Types - click on Types in the top panel.
Any article or ornament suspended from a chain or necklace worn around the neck.
Light fixture that hangs from the ceiling
Any object that is hung from necklace or bracelet that hangs at the centering point or Focal point. Drilled stones, Mounted Cabochons, and Glass drops are just a few examples of pendants.
Something suspended from something else, especially an ornament or piece of jewelry attached to a necklace or bracelet.
A hanging or suspended ornament, such as an earring or the main piece in a necklace.
The long narrow flag worn at the mast-head by all ships of the royal navy. Brace pendants are those ropes which secure the brace-blocks to the yard-arms.
A hanging ornament, usually a turning.
Pendants can provide both task and general lighting. They use shades or globes to avoid glare and are suspended from the ceiling. They are perfect for intimate areas such as breakfast bars, kitchens, desks and breakfast nooks. When used over end tables or night tables, they free up the space occupied by table lamps. In general, pendants should be hung about 30 inches above the tabletop and be about 12 inches narrower than the table on all sides.
An ornament that hangs from a chain.
An ornament that hangs from a necklace or bracelet is known as a pendant.
A hanging, ornamental object; a decorative piece suspended from a ceiling of roof.
Pendant lights are suspended from the ceiling over dinette tables, game tables, kitchen counters, or other work areas to provide either task or general lighting.
Short rope serving as an extension of a line, chain, or cable with descriptive name based on use; e. g.,mooring pendant. (Usually pronounced "pen'ant.")
An ornament suspended from a simple chain
1. An ornamental hanging object. 2. A decorative piece suspended from a ceiling or roof, very popular in Gothic architecture.
An ornament suspended from a single chain.
Hanging ornament, often used with necklaces, pins and earrings.
A hanging decoration, usually a form of turning.
A pendant (from Old French) is a hanging object, generally attached to a necklace or an earring. In modern French this is a word meaning â€œduringâ€ (also the gerund form of "hanging").