Definitions

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  • n. marine bivalve common in Philippine coastal waters characterized by a large thin flat translucent shell

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Maya Romanoff This wallcover from Maya Romanoff has genuine capiz shell tiles, inlaid by hand.

    Wallcovers That Do More Than Just Cover Walls

  • Semi precious stones and capiz shell are some of their materials.

    Fuse Lighting

  • I am totally in love with capiz shell chandeliers.

    Fuse Lighting

  • Other lighting “assemblages” are crafted from clusters of small parts, such as flower petals made out of hand-cut capiz shells.

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  • Other lighting "assemblages" are crafted from clusters of small parts, such as flower petals made out of hand-cut capiz shells.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • I have never seen European-style red brick walls, distinctly Filipino capiz windows, and native bamboo and nipa accents blended in such architectural harmony.

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  • I also thought about draping strands of capiz shells down the tables (and wonder if these would be easy to make?).

    Weddingbee

  • Whenever the old Manila is revisited, a lot of memories come to fore-from colonial buildings of brick, adobe, kamagong and capiz to horse-drawn calesas on cobblestone streets.

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  • Some sort of tortoise or capiz shell chandelier would have worked wonders in here.

    The Real Estalker

  • Your Online Writing Life: Protect Your Reputation - and Future (Part Six) kouji | capiz 10.06.08 at 9: 18 pm that's so cool.

    Colloquium

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