Examples of provenance in a Sentence
Has anyone traced the provenances of these paintings?
The artifact is of unknown provenance.
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In fact, the provenance and plating of the food may be irrelevant to many room-service users.
While Prentice says the Gerrard, a former crown jeweler, created the piece, the Royal Collection Trust is slightly more unsure about its provenance, naming Kitching & Abud or Mortimer & Hunt as potential makers as well.
Eventually, the provenance of Trump’s accusation began to emerge: Radio host Mark Levin had alleged surveillance; then a Breitbart story did the same, synthesizing already public information to make a speculative claim.
The proportions can be adjusted to taste, and the use of local ingredients reflects any individual hot toddy's geographic provenance.
Rare cycads are now sprayed with microdot paint that leaves invisible, individualised markers of a plant’s provenance.
Photographs by Robin Broadbent; Styled by Will Kahn There has always been, in the hierarchy of jewels, a high perch for stones with the right provenance: Golconda diamonds, Colombian emeralds, Ceylon sapphires.
But buyers, beware—the vintage market has its pitfalls, namely: shady provenance, fakes, and Frankenwatches (timepieces built from non-genuine parts that can render the piece worthless).
Also in Rittenhouse, Egan Day is a lucent stop for unique baubles with one-of-a-kind provenance.
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