Formed in relief, as a pattern on metal.
Ornamented with patterns in relief made by pressing or hammering on the reverse side; -- said of thin metal, or of a vessel made of thin metal.
Decorating metal in relief by pushing the relief out from the back.
Term usually used for metal that has been decorated with patterns that have been created by applying force on the back of the metal to create a raised relief.
decorating the surface of metal by hammering the reverse of the object, design refined by chasing
A method of making patterns or pictures in relief by pushing out the surface of the metal from behind.
Is a method of decorating sheet metal in which designs, using special punches, are hammered into the back of the metal.
ruh poo SAY] A raised design in metal formed by punching or hammering from the back or reverse of the piece.
(10) -- a metalworking technique in which a design is raised by hammering on the reverse of a metal sheet (Biers, 337)
to impart volume to a piece of metal (usually thin) by pushing up from the back side of the piece
A design that is beaten into a spoon from the reverse side.
is raising the surface of the metal by placing the blank sheet of annealed silver face down on a piece of wood and hammering out the design from the reverse side and then refining the design on the front by further hammering and file work
Relief decoration produced by hammering to the reverse and chasing to the front surface.
Decorative technique dependant on hammering the object from the reverse side in order to raise decoration on the front, used widely with chasing that gives detail to the form raised.
Repousse is a method of decorating sheet metal in which designs are hammered into the back of the metal. Special punches are used to form the designs, which form in relief (raised designs) on the surface of the metal.
Relief decoration formed by hammering from the underside.
process of embossing metal from the back by hammering then giving further definition to the relief by chasing up from the front.
Ornamentation with decorative elements that have been pushed up above the surface of an object.
A process used to roughly emboss a metal object from the back or inside with larger punches than those used in chasing.
Decorative sheet-metal work in which the design is hammered forward from the back.
Patterns or decorations achieved with punches or chasing hammers.
A relief figure in metal.