Fine Arts. any of the fantastic ornamental, often asymmetrical, combinations characteristic of the Rococo period, consisting of rock, shell, and plant forms combined with artificial forms, esp C -curves.
decorative rock or shell work, esp as ornamentation in a rococo fountain, grotto, or interior


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