In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Shell cameos had been popular in the sixteenth century, but it was in the nineteenth century that the art flourished, with the helmet shell and the queen conch shell judged the most suitable for cameo carving.
- We depend on them and await them, arriving over the centuries in their cameo brooches and porkpie hats.
- Equally adept at all subject matter, Lycett decorated vases and plaques with medallions imitating cameos, polychrome figures derived from Pompeian frescoes, and genre scenes.
- Early cameos are carved from hardstones such as onyx, sardonyx, or agate, while later a number of less expensive substances were used that were also easier to carve.
- The cameo is detachable and can be worn as a pendant.
- There is her enamelled watch and chatelaine, a graduated string of amethyst beads, and a locket containing her hair, its cover painted with her miniature, veiled like a Roman Empress, simulating a cameo portrait.
- Small oval portrait cameos, chosen and hung by Dors, decorate the walls.
- He flew over smoking Mt. Vesuvius and brought his wife and mother cameos carved from its lava.
- It must be said, however, that the Fogg portrait is not absolutely coherent as a mirror image because the cameo bracelet the marquise wears is not shown reversed.
- Castellani also incorporated cameos, scarabs, and enamel into pieces of jewelry as had been done in ancient times.
- She looked smart in her Napoleon-shaped hat, and a silk rose-coloured scarf pinned with a cameo brooch, when we went to the town for provisions to stock the larder.
- On her right wrist she conspicuously displays a cameo bracelet bearing the profile of Louis XV.
- The 183 objects in the show include paintings, drawings, prints, tapestries, glass, arms and armor, cameos, ivories, jewelry, hardstone carvings, and metalwork.
- Likewise, jeweller Octavia Cook's cameo brooches, though very nice objects, aren't completely comfortable in this context.
- The depicted cameo bracelet is based (if somewhat loosely) on a piece of jewelry that Pompadour actually owned.
- Golden chains crept their way like unkempt vines across dark, mahogany shelves in between elegant cameos and glittering rings.
- One might almost be tempted to look for the cameo profile of a queen.
- More within the reach of the novice collector are the myriad of smaller novelty pieces, from the cameo brooch to the charm bracelet.
- Upon opening it, she revealed the pendant, picture, and chipped cameo brooch.
- Her favorite collectibles included jeweled fans, jewels, and objets d' art, although her overall collection included everything from royal seals to cameos and from Fabergé animals to gold boxes encrusted with jewels.
2Television Cinemaactuación especial femininebefore noun a cameo performance — una actuación especial
- a cameo appearance — una aparición como artista invitado
- The film's director, Joel Schumacher, who discovered Ireland's newest film star, Colin Farrell, said the Dublin-born actor would play a cameo role in the film.
- Frequent cameos by top-tier actors pepper the film.
- There are also a few high profile cameos, including appearances by Eugene Levy and Julianne Moore.
- Maybe as a result of all of this, comic book icon Stan Lee makes a cameo appearance in the film too, as part of an in-store signing at one of the stores.
- Recently, TV audiences also saw the actor play a cameo role in the award winning series, The League of Gentlemen.
- Ironically, it's Heston, in a small cameo role as an aging ape, who has the film's best moment.
- Ramis is great whether he is directing, writing, or just acting, and he plays a short cameo in the picture as well.
- I should have written him a cameo in the story, just for you.
- Moments of inspiration include the opening sequence, in which a group of seven-year-olds read essays about their families, and a short bit featuring cameos by Matt Damon and Jason Lee.
- Abdul's cameo came in a sketch that recreated a typical Idol audition.
- The only small joy was a cameo by grand character actor James Rebhorn, who was fantastic as Headmaster Trask in Scent Of A Woman.
- Welles, as Harry Lime, has only a short amount of screen time - little more than a cameo - but of course he steals it.
- Muppets From Space has the usual assortment of human actors in supporting roles and cameos.
- Early roles included a cameo in the film ‘Kudisai’ and the lead in the play ‘Irandavan Pesukiren’.
- Fans of French film history will enjoy cameos by New Wave icons Agnès Varda and Anna Karina, and the loving homages to classic Parisian cinematic locales.
- He was in constant demand for short cameos but many offers fell through and some of what he did film was never released.
- Australia's world champion surfer Layne Beachley made what she believes was the shortest cameo appearance ever in the surfing film, Blue Crush, which was released last year.
- As I said, the one hundredth reviewer was going to get a treat and that would be a cameo in the story.
- Robert did the soundtrack and has a small cameo in the film.
- Buster Keaton plays a cameo role as a member of this sad entourage of icons who have outlived themselves.
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