Term for foil stamping.
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A technique of using hand-made or commercial metal stamps to make impressions on damp leather, lends itself to simple primitive designs and allover geometric patterns. The skill lies in the exact alignment of the impressions and the use of a constant striking force.
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Forming silver items such as plates and cutlery, using presses and dies.
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1 Impressing a design or mark into a ceramic or metal body with a stamp. See die-stamping. 2 The process of pressing low-relief ornamentation made separately in an intaglio mould onto a ceramic body, fixing it with a liquid clay slip and firing. See also sprigging.
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Stamp'ing adjective & noun
, v. Stamping ground
, a place frequented, and much trodden, by animals, wild or domesticated
; hence (Colloq.), the scene of one's labors or exploits; also, one's favorite resort.
[ U.S.] -- Stamping
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From Stamp, Stamping ground, a place frequented, and much trodden, by animals, wild or domesticated; hence, the scene of one's labors or exploits; also, one's favorite resort. Stamping machine, a machine for forming metallic articles or impressions by stamping. ... <chemical> Stamping mill, a stamp mill. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (0
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• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Stamp • a. & n. from Stamp, v.
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(from the article `pottery`) Even the earliest pottery was usually embellished in one way or another. One of the earliest methods of decoration was impressing the raw clay. ... ...glaze of the T`ang dynasty and later. Another technique, which appears in the glazed wares of Chekiang and Kiangsu and was to persist in the ... In Egypt t...
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A relief ornament produced by hammering the metal from the back over dies. About the middle of the 18thC die-stamping was developed, particularly in Sheffield and Birmingham, to produce candlesticks, vases, baskets and coasters.
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Alternate term for Foil stamping.
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Impressing a design or mark into a ceramic or metal body with a stamp. See die-stamping.
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metalworking operation that shears and forms parts using tools and dies
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Stamping (also known as pressing) is the process of placing flat sheet metal in either blank or coil form into a stamping press where a tool and die surface forms the metal into a net shape. Stamping includes a variety of sheet-metal forming manufacturing processes, such as punching using a machine press or stamping press, bl
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Stamping is a term used in jewellery making to describe the process of striking shapes, designs or messages into a metal piece. It is the process where personalised names or initials can be hammered into an object, this type of jewellery is very popular right now.
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