Architecture An ornamental edge formed of several curved bands that interlace to repeat a circular design.
a superb engraving pattern of spirals, intertwining groups, etc.; or the device used to produce such work.
An ornament in the shape of several rings or strings turned over both in a continued show, making circular openings that are filled with circular ornaments.
In decorative art, any design created by interlacing curved lines.
An ornamental design made up of intersecting curved lines, as the usual design of watch-cases; in design, an ornament by means of several groups or ribbons interlacing or braided or turned over both to be able to duplicate exactly the same figure in a continued group of spirals. The word is applied, but improperly, to a fret.
an architectural decoration formed by two intersecting wavy rings