In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- All the lamps are handcrafted to perfection to resemble those created at the Tiffany's Studio, New York.
- Aesthetically, it stands apart from its Western counterparts, for each Indian piece is painstakingly handcrafted.
- Part art project, part trophy ski, Zai planks are handcrafted in Switzerland.
- Cecile Augherean will exhibit miniature/fine crochet as well as handcrafted Christmas decorations.
- A nativity scene handcrafted by children has been restored to provide a traditional touch to a village's Christmas celebrations.
- The island temple will have all-granite handcrafted panels.
- The usual handcrafted items such as terracotta, metal craft, wood craft and leather craft are on display along with some jewellery.
- Why, Ethan Allen himself couldn't have handcrafted a finer spice rack.
- When I was young, my father gave me a beautiful, handcrafted chess set.
- All exhibitors' art or crafts will be subject to the approval of a jury of peers to ensure that works are handcrafted by the submitting artist.
- The man from Great Southern was presented a blue and white sash, a rosette, a specially handcrafted rug from the SAIS and a trophy.
- Not only that, we prefer it all to be handcrafted and custom-made.
- The limitations of this ultimately low-tech, handcrafted sophistication are apparent, though.
- Or perhaps handcrafted Godiva chocolates with a love note attached?
- Applique, beadwork and silk thread are used to embroider these handcrafted articles, with camel hide being the main item for leatherwork.
- Specialising in traditionally handcrafted wood products, the company has since grown from strength to strength.
- Her mum, Pauline Russell, has also handcrafted a doll, which she plans to raffle at Comrade Social Club in Old Road, Clacton.
- For Rs.5, you can get a beautifully handcrafted friendship band.
- Each member of the band was presented with a specially designed candleholder handcrafted by Forkin and Brennan at their workshop at Bert Cross.
- At the end of every twig is a handcrafted poppy flower.
- The festival will last until June 6 and feature activities such as an Aboriginal wedding, athletics competitions, exhibitions of Aboriginal handcrafts and food and a conference on Aboriginal poetry and song.
- Having spent much of the 1970s educating himself in a stunning array of practical handcrafts, Manser took himself off in 1984 to find a way of life in which he could use his skills for greater benefit.
- Bricklaying is one of the oldest handcrafts, it is the assembling of bricks, blocks and stone in various patterns and designs.
- The Connecticut Nurses' Foundation's Silent Auction, a tradition at Convention, offered bidding opportunities on 30 items ranging from handcrafts to a number of posters.
- Hence I use the linear qualities of these materials to create various forms and surfaces through techniques that parallel handcrafts.
- Presentations were also made to those who did the Brannra tests in handcrafts.
- Senior Citizens Notes: Today we extend a warm welcome to Denise Phipps who will be illustrating various types of handcrafts, card & clay making etc.
- In fact, primary and some secondary schools had practical subjects workshops for handcrafts, woodwork and bricklaying.
- The Kenyan native sells African handcrafts to European clients, but she knows little about U.S. markets and they don't know she exists.
- Strangely enough, by losing myself in the delights of my new environment - in the carpets and kilims, in the handcrafts of all kinds, in Turkish classical music and calligraphy - I came to appreciate my own language more acutely.
- There were many stalls in the car park offering craftwork, local foodstuffs, books, toys and handcrafts.
- And a tourist in Krakow does not want to be left penniless, when there is glossy amber to be bought and intricate handcrafts to be bartered over.
- Its leaves are used to cook and transport food, to make baskets and handcrafts, and it is even used to produce liquor.
- At the Punanga Nui market Dame Sylvia and her official party spent over an hour meeting members of local women's groups and other non-government organisations and looking at locally produced handcrafts.
- Herzog has continually demonstrated that environmentally friendly architecture is not synonymous with kitschy handcrafts, and a life reduced to eating muesli in mud huts.
- In the handcrafts ' category, stone carvings from Agra, semi-precious stone and stone statues, brass items from Moradabad and jute products from Kolkata, are moving fast.
- Throughout her life also, she created many articles of craftsmanship in knitting, sewing and other handcrafts.
- The Dunquin fair originated with just five local people selling their handcrafts in the foyer of the heritage centre.
- These days a number of vendors use the facility to sell products ranging from fresh produce and cooked food through to handcrafts and clothing.
- He was in Bali on business, buying handcrafts for his family's gift store on the Gold Coast.
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