The idea of taking impressions from any form of incised drawings was not suggested until many centuries later.
The gauge used should be a cutting gauge, so that the line is incised about 1⁄32 in.
The tops of these are often incised with quaint patterns, the impress of which appears on the cake.
The wood was incised and even torn in places, but the branches were not hurt.
On two the wheel of life was incised, and on another a divine image, which I carried off as a souvenir of the source of the Indus.
The clay was incised or embossed and natural earths were used as pigments.
The larger pinions at the ends of the wings have been outlined, regularly by incised lines, and then filled up with color.
The example illustrated (p. 145) has incised carving or "scratch."
The slip decoration is lightly done and there is a tendency to incised decoration of conventional floral design.
The red clay is covered with a creamy enamel, overrun with incised lines.
incise in·cise (ĭn-sīz')
v. in·cised, in·cis·ing, in·cis·es
To cut into with a sharp instrument.