Did you perhaps mean cape?
- n. marine bivalve common in Philippine coastal waters characterized by a large thin flat translucent shell
“Maya Romanoff This wallcover from Maya Romanoff has genuine capiz shell tiles, inlaid by hand.”
“Semi precious stones and capiz shell are some of their materials.”
“I am totally in love with capiz shell chandeliers.”
“Other lighting “assemblages” are crafted from clusters of small parts, such as flower petals made out of hand-cut capiz shells.”
“Other lighting "assemblages" are crafted from clusters of small parts, such as flower petals made out of hand-cut capiz shells.”
“I have never seen European-style red brick walls, distinctly Filipino capiz windows, and native bamboo and nipa accents blended in such architectural harmony.”
“I also thought about draping strands of capiz shells down the tables (and wonder if these would be easy to make?).”
“Some sort of tortoise or capiz shell chandelier would have worked wonders in here.”
“Your Online Writing Life: Protect Your Reputation - and Future (Part Six) kouji | capiz 10.06.08 at 9: 18 pm that's so cool.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘capiz’.
very comprehensive list
of molluscs,who does not like
calamari? hmm yum
100,000 species just in molluscs
The list begins with evocative words I found in a Bed Bath & Beyond catalog, but other words in a similar vein are welcome, with two simple rules: they must come out of catalogs, and they can't...
"Snaily, clammy, squidy" has evolved into a vehicle for linking to mollusk quotations, so I've started this list for vernacular names of mollusks.
Looking for tweets for capiz.