guilloche, gil-losh′, n. an ornament formed of two or more bands intertwining in a continued series.
In one case the effect of the guilloche is given in the same manner.
Figure 115—guilloche is missing from the List of Illustrations in the original text.
Nowhere else in British New Guinea do we find the continuous loop coil pattern, the guilloche, or loop coils.
This was outlined by a guilloche, or border of intertwining bands of brilliant colors.
The herring bone, the checker, the guilloche, and the like are greatly the heritage of the textile art.
The roses of ornament are often incorporated into this form of guilloche.
A scorpion, surrounded by a guilloche border (a device of very frequent occurrence, and probably astronomical).
They include the meander, the scroll, the fret, and the guilloche.
An ornament known as the guilloche is found in many countries.