Recent Examples of shagreen from the Web
The bench is upholstered with a snakeskin-print linen by Robert Allen, and the console has a faux-shagreen top on a polished-metal base.
Throughout the apartment, walls are embellished with subtly textured surfaces ranging from plaster to shagreen.
The two kits on auction include one covered in shark and ray skins, referred to as the shagreen kit, and the other in a mahogany case, referred to as the mahogany kit.
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Origin and Etymology of shagreen
First Known Use: 1677See Words from the same year
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