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Verd antique
Verd antique Verd` an*tique" [F. vert antique a kind of marble; verd, vert, green + antique ancient: cf. It. verde antico.] (Min.) (a) A mottled-green serpentine marble. (b) A green porphyry called oriental verd antique.

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- Verd antique (obsolete French, from Italian, verde antico, "ancient green"), also called verde antique, marmor thessali****, or Ophite, is a serpentinite...
- marble Skyros marble Th****os marble Volakas marble Connemara marble (Verd antique, serpentine marble) Kilkenny marble Arabescatto marble Botticino marble...
- marble and other stones Scagliola, imitating marble with plasterwork Verd antique, sometimes (erroneously) called "serpentine marble", and also known as...
- refer to: Ophites, an ancient Gnostic sect in Syria and Egypt Ophite or verd antique, a type of serpentinite building stone Ophitic dialect, a variant of...
- reason, Saint Bacchus is not mentioned. The columns are alternately of verd antique and red Synnadic marble; the lower storey has 16, while the upper has...
- tile. Thin diagonal lines of verd antique ran across the floor. Around the floor was an inner, narrow border of verd antique, with a 3-foot (0.91 m) wide...
- building has a beautiful courtyard supported by 16 exceptional columns of verd antique and granite, which were probably salvaged from the Church of the Holy...
- pp. 321–323. Dell 1992:187. "Mariette and André-Charles Boulle". Art & Antiques. Jean Nérée Ronfort, "André-Charles Boulle. Commandes pour le Grand Dauphin...
- and nickel. Grades of serpentinite higher in calcite, along with the verd antique (breccia form of serpentinite), have historically been used as decorative...
- Baltimore. Moonflowers (1909) Windflowers (1911) Holy Innocents (1917) Verd Antique (1920) The Sweet Miracle (1922) Wayfaring (1924) Uriel: A Hymn in Praise...
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