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20:27 Aug 4, 2009
English to Hindi translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Furniture / Household Appliances
Additional field(s): Architecture, Art, Arts & Crafts, Painting
English term or phrase: ball and claw foot
Definition from Traditional Enterprises, LLC:
A carved foot motif that resembling a ball or egg held in an eagle, crane, dragon or lion's claw. Most associated with 18th-century American and English furniture, the ball and claw foot's origins were in China as the dragon claw clutching a pearl, crystal ball or jewel.

Example sentence(s):
  • Ball and claw feet are the most familiar kind of traditional style bath foot. The foot consists of a claw or talon in relief grasping a ball which rests on the floor. Ball and claw feet vary greatly in the amount of detail and may be more or less ornate. buzzle.com
  • This is a very rare small foot stool. It is 10 1/2 in diameter and 5 tall. This is the way I purchased it, but I am sure at one time it probably had a rounded dome top cushion. The excellent cast ball and claw feet are in great condition. Scripps Networks, Inc.
  • Alastair A. Stair takes you on a journey across cultures in this history of the ball-and-claw foot and its regional variations, in terms of how the muscles are carved, how the claw is angled or curved, and the overall tension shown in the piece. The Tauton Press
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5 +1गेंद और पंजे वाला पाया
JMeenakshi
4गेंद पकड़े हुए पंजे का आकारयुक्त पाया
keshab


  

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गेंद और पंजे वाला पाया


Definition from Traditional Enterprises, LLC:
किसी फ़र्नीचर के पाये की ऐसी डिज़ाइन जो किसी गेंद या अंडे के चील, गिद्ध, ड्रेगन या शेर के पंजे में पकड़े होने का आभास देती हो। यह मुख्यत: 18वीं शताब्दी के अमेरिकन और इंग्लिश फ़र्नीचर से जुड़ा है, लेकिन इसका उद्गम चीन में मोती, क्रिस्टल बॉल या ज्वेल को ड्रेगन द्वारा पंजे में पकड़े होने के रूप में हुआ था।

Example sentence(s):
  • गेंद और पंजे वाले पाए और इसके विभिन्न रूपों के इस इतिहास में एलेस्टर ए. स्टेयर आपको विभिन्न संस्कृतियों की यात्रा पर ले जाएँगे, जिसमें आप जानेंगे कि माँसपेशियाँ कैसे तराशी जाती थीं, पंजे को कैसे घुमाव दिया जाता था, और आकृति में दिखाया जाने वाला संपूर्ण तनाव कैसे आकार लेता था। - The Tauton Press  
JMeenakshi
India
Local time: 08:01
Native speaker of: Hindi

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गेंद पकड़े हुए पंजे का आकारयुक्त पाया


Definition from About.com:
यह बाथ टॉब या किसी असबाब के पाये का एक विशेष आकार का नाम है

Example sentence(s):
  • इस पाये का आकार चिड़ियों के गेंद पकड़ते हुए पंजों जैसा है - About.com  
  • हमारे यहां दो गेंद पकड़े हुए पंजे का आकारयुक्त पायेवाले विक्टोरियन बाथटॉब उत्तम अवस्था में मिलेंगे - SFbay area craigslist  
keshab
Local time: 08:01
Native speaker of: Native in HindiHindi, Native in BengaliBengali
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