lithophane


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lithophane

(ˈlɪθəʊˌfeɪn)
n
(Ceramics) a transparent porcelain in which a design appears when light is transmitted through it
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Its exclusive collection ranges from a Belle De Nuit on through generations and in value Bhambra Lithophane hanging lamp at PS400, up to its Magic Forrest chandelier which features porcelain leaves handcrafted in Valencia and costs PS82,800.
id=57&Pag=2); Ilona Romule Lithophane Master Class, Tiblisi, Georgia, 17-26 August (www.
And then we watched the man at the next table quietly fall asleep over his Bernardaud lithophane votive.
Ilona Romule of Riga, Latvia will be holding a practice based master class in the lithophane technique.
This crisp was a lithophane, very rare, with the image appearing only when light shone through it.
A precautionary tale about rarity: on the larva and life history of Lithophane joannis (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
His new discovery, Lithophane leeae, was found it in the Chiracahua Mountains east of Tucson.
New additions include a snow globe featuring the popular Hold On Tight figurine, a beautifully crafted bookend, a night light or lithophane, a clock and an annual plaque which shows The Snowman and James dancing at the party.
Gilliss's vases have lithophane impressed with a triangle that has light passing through it.
Where else could you look to find out about Stevengraph collectors or lithophane enthusiasts?
Unlike the lithophane technique (4), phanolith meets the challenge to amalgamate the translucent backlight image with the real plasticity of the design.