decorative

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  • They remain on the tree for a long time and can be very decorative.
  • Cast iron was initially used as a decorative front over a pre-existing building.
  • It can be seen in a number of decorative works in the city.
  • They may also be worn in other horse show classes for decorative purposes.
  • It has been said that these methods are not used for decorative effect but to give meaning.
  • One section of the boulevard is more decorative while the other is more modern.
  • She also gave private art lessons and produced decorative art and small portraits.
  • To which arms and decorative elements may be attached, made from wood, metal or glass.
  • They may be used as a decorative piece as well.
  • Earlier parts of the building have decorative painting with no figures.
  • Modern varieties often place an electric light in a decorative glass case.
  • Major restoration work was done on the church in its decorative elements in the 1970s.
  • Furniture can be a product of design and is considered a form of decorative art.
  • Its decorative sculptures are considered some of the high points of Greek art.
  • The design involved a broad central zone with narrow decorative borders top and bottom.
  • Aside from paintings, the collection consists of a large variety of decorative art.
  • Since then the museum has maintained its role of one of the world's greatest decorative arts collections.
  • Artistic works may serve practical functions, in addition to their decorative value.
  • His furniture is found in all the great national collections of decorative arts.
  • The flowers may turn brown but still remain on the plants over winter, and this can lead to interesting decorative effects.
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