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baccellata

English translation: scalloped

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Italian term or phrase:baccellata
English translation:scalloped
Entered by: Sarah Ferrara
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02:48 May 10, 2001
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
Italian term or phrase: baccellata
Ceramics:

"Bacile ovale a fondo piatto, apodo, con alta parete svascata e baccellata, con tesa ad orlo sagomato."
Sarah Ferrara
scalloped?
Explanation:
It appears to mean the wavy edges of a plate or bowl, or rounded ridges in large vases. I have heard the former reffered to as 'scalloped' or 'scolloped' edges.

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Amy Taylor
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Local time: 08:29
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nascalloped?
Amy Taylor
nagodronnéCarole Reade-Kentros


  

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45 mins
godronné


Explanation:
baccellato = godronné
baccellatura = godronnage


    Larousse Maggiore Boch-Zanichelli FR-IT/IT-FR
Carole Reade-Kentros
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2 days 7 hrs
scalloped?


Explanation:
It appears to mean the wavy edges of a plate or bowl, or rounded ridges in large vases. I have heard the former reffered to as 'scalloped' or 'scolloped' edges.



Amy Taylor
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