Mħawwar tajjeb; dekorat kif suppost; kollox f’loku
English: Nicely decorated, flavoured
Tip ta’ żina li tintuża l-aktar fuq l-ilbies u li huma magħmula minn ħoloq jew buttuni żgħar ta’ kulur varjat, ħafna drabi tal-metall. L-antaċċoli jinħietu mad-drapp jew affarijiet oħra, iżda l-aktar fuq ħwejjeġ tan-nisa, eż., velijiet, xalel, basktijiet u anki żraben. Sqal. linticciola
Ħajr: Martin Morana
Long pole from which feast and ornamental banners are hung.
Antefix: (from Latin antefigere, to fasten before) is a vertical block which terminates the covering tiles of a tiled roof. In grand buildings the face of each stone ante-fix was richly carved, often with the anthemion ornament.
1. Arblu li miegħu jiddendlu l-bnadar jew bandalori tal-festa. 2. Il-qala’ ż-żgħir ta’ mitħna tal-qamħ li taħdem bir-riħ. Sqal. antinnola.
Pole used to hang banners in feasts; small sail of a windmill.
astragal: a moulding profile composed of a half-round surface surrounded by two flat planes (fillets). An astragal is sometimes referred to as a miniature torus. It can be an architectural element used at the top or base of a column, but is also employed as a framing device on furniture and woodwork.
Ornamental cord round a drum of military / marching bands.
Valenciennes lace: a type of bobbin lace which originated in Valenciennes, in the Nord département of France, and flourished from about 1705 to 1780.
Bobbin lace: a lace textile made by braiding and twisting lengths of thread, which are wound on bobbins to manage them. As the work progresses, the weaving is held in place with pins set in a lace pillow, the placement of the pins usually determined by a pattern or pricking pinned on the pillow.
Border ornament, garnish.
Wooden or metallic frame that is mounted on to a wall where a door or window is to be fitted, door or window casing.