The development of officially registered Jewish escutcheons
gained new force after the fourteenth century in northwestern European cities, when openly Jewish descendants of Iberian New Christians clung to these emblems even after disavowing ties with the religion imposed on their forefathers.
Their wide flanged clamping escutcheons
spread the load on delicate skinned panels while ensuring a high degree of sealing to IP65.
The Sea Service musket, the same nominal 77 caliber with a shorter 37" barrel, was also a simpler and less expensive musket in most regards, having a folded sheet brass buttplate, no entry pipe for the rammer, no nosecap, a simplified triggerguard and no stock escutcheons
Left: bronze escutcheons
designed by Rodolphe Christesen, c.
Created by award-winning German design studio Artefakt, the line includes faucets, valves and escutcheons
for bidets, baths and showers.
Lindquist describes how painters to the Dukes of Burgundy were often rewarded as much, or more, for personal loyalty to the duke than for their artistic skills, and became closest and most useful members of the court through their management roles in large collaborative projects, including such "low arts" as design for pennants, banners, harnesses, and escutcheons
, a position also noted by Elsig for artists in Savoy (61).
Built from oak that was aged in Shakespeare's time (perhaps the young tree sheltered Dafydd ap Gwilym on his wanderings), coloured with brick dust, panelled on every side, it has huge, hand-wrought iron hinges, two drawers with swan-neck handles, escutcheons
and secret compartments.
None of these less than entirely happy experiences by American conductors in Britain signals some terrible blot on their escutcheons
Enraged parishioners attacked neighborhood churches, seeking to destroy secret, legitimating symbols of the hated clerical levies they discerned in the personal escutcheons
the new bishop had ordered to be affixed over the doors of each sanctuary in his diocese.
GM, meanwhile, is using the material from scrap pop bottles for headliner cores, door handle escutcheons
, window sashes, roof-rack rails, and window guides.
Anchor Harvey manufactures forged brass handles, knobs, lever arms, latch bolts, pulls, plates and escutcheons
The stocks are of nicely checkered maple, and details-barrel key escutcheons
and fore-end caps-are of German silver.
Brown found it difficult to locate high-quality grip medallions, escutcheons
These,a helpful Warden explains,belong to those who blotted their escutcheons
and were stripped of their honours.
Door handles and their escutcheons
, running boards, front wheel spats, rear-view mirror caps, lower body moldings, and the rear bumper all receive the attractive monochromatic treatment.