A textured surface for gold and silver produced by engraving a series of parallel lines in one direction, then crossâ€‘hatching them more lightly at a 90 degree angle.
A textured surface for precious metals produced by engraving a series of parallel lines in one direction, then cross-hatching them at a 90 degree angle more lightly than in the first direction.
A finish applied to metal, usually applied by hand, consisting of a series of parallel lines engraved in two directions perpendicular to each other.
a crosshatched pattern, tooled into the surface of metal
A cross-hatched decorative technique engraved into the surface of a precious metal. The lines are coarser and more deeply incised than the "Brushed", "Matte" or "Finish" methods.
A cross-hatched pattern that has been applied to the surface of a metal. While similar to a brushed finish, the lines of a Florentine finish are much deeper and coarser.
A heavily brushed satin finish.
A Florentine finish on a metal's surface reduces the metal's reflectivity. It is accomplished by engraving parallel lines into the surface using a sharp tool, and then making more lines or curves at right angles (cross-hatching).
Metal finish featuring a textured, brushed surface.
A Florentine finish is a cross-hatched pattern, tooled by man into the surface of a metal. The lines are often coarse and more deep than that of a brushed finish.
A surface in which parallel lines are engraved in one direction, then crossed with lighter perpendicular lines resembling brush marks. Also called brushed finish