References in periodicals archive ?
I say 30 parts, counting all of the numbered ones on the schematic, and adding in the two grip panel escutcheons that are absent from any schematic I have found to date.
In addition, add a shut-off valve, escutcheon and flex connecting line to all gas-fed mechanicals and appliances being replaced on the property.
The collection Includes a 3-by-3-lnch and 3-by-9-inch escutcheon, two lever-style handles, and grips in a choice of four sizes.
This is also a good time to replace an old supply tube and a corroded escutcheon (wall trim plate).
In the arcane terminology of heraldry, the coat of arms is the design that appears on the shield or escutcheon, the whole achievement including the crest, helm, supporters and motto.
DESCRIPTION A silver color medal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches in height consisting of a shield blazoned as follows: argent, an escutcheon azure (dark blue) charged with a wreath of laurel surmounted by a sword bendwise point to base and a quill in saltire all gold.
In both cases, we're talking about more than just a stain on the corporate escutcheon.
The receiver has false side plates inletted into the stock, and all external metal surfaces, even the trigger guard, its screw head, and the forend escutcheon, are completely covered with hand-done scroll engraving--hence the name "Super Scroll.
Escutcheon in the shape of a boy in the Sun belt, holster round his narrow hips.
Outside during a wreath-laying ceremony at the statue of Cyprus' first president, Archbishop Makarios III, Anastasiades announced that the emblem of the Republic of Cyprus would be placed above the British escutcheon which still adorns the entrance to the palace from British colonial times.
You probably remember the handle escutcheon shrinking tightly up to the handle and turning with the handle, thereby tearing the trim.
The sprinkler heads and escutcheon plates need to be airtight where they penetrate the ceiling (Photo 4).