hand-painted


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hand-painted

adj
painted by a person rather than a machine
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I have no space (in that little room) to catalogue all the whim-whams with which she had made it beautiful, from the hand-sewn bell-rope which pulled no bell to the hand-painted cigar-box that contained no cigars.
The Black Hawk boys looked forward to marrying Black Hawk girls, and living in a brand-new little house with best chairs that must not be sat upon, and hand-painted china that must not be used.
Once, she even considered taking up with hand-painted china, but gave over the idea when she learned its expensiveness.
Sarah Elago likewise made a bold statement through her hand-painted sash which also symbolized her protest to protect the West Philippine Sea.
Carlos Isagani Zarate a hand-painted barong especially-made by her for the State of the Nation Address (SONA).
@TourismPHL's new custom-made font inspired by hand-painted street signs is called "Barabara" | via @rosette_adel????: DOT/Released pic.twitter.
Drawing on Laura Ashley's design heritage, the hand-painted panel doors paired with delicate handles deliver a truly elegant and timeless kitchen.
The mihrab has beautiful flowery carvings hand-painted in green, pink, and yellow, as well as interior walls tiled with sky blue tiles at the lower end of the wall, forming unbroken waves.
Paper-thin porcelain with hand-painted women in kimonos was first made in Japan in the late 1800s.
Besides maps of regions and towns, the publishing company creates hand-painted maps of any area, for example a ski resort, microregion or the whole country.
The exhibition specifically draws inspiration from the hand-painted signage found mostly on side streets and on the iconic "Jeepney", the most popular mode of public transport in the Philippines, which has become a ubiquitous symbol of Philippine culture and art.
The 36 inch-wide, hand-painted, hand-assembled collage of paper squares comes in four metallic colors, each named after a type of brecciated marble.