Definitions for "Micromosaic"
Keywords:  tesserae, mosaic, roman, quare, filati
A design or image created by using minute pieces of colored glass or stone called tesserae. Antique inlaying of this type was associated with workshops in Rome.
A term coined by Arthur Gilbert to refer to Roman mosaics with the smallest tesserae, sometimes as many as 1,500-5,000 per quare inch.
Small pictures or decorations composed of tiny colourful tiles made of stone, glass, or other materials.