racinage

racinage

[ras-uh-nahzh; French ra-see-nazh]
noun
decorative treatment of leather with colors and acids to produce a branchlike effect.

Origin:
< French, equivalent to racine root (< Late Latin rādīcīna, for Latin rādīx, stem rādīc- root1) + -age -age

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