engraved, etched, graven, incised, inscribed
Meaning: cut or impressed into a surface; "an incised design"; "engraved invitations"
You will observe this engraved star upon my left breast.
Of these she made drawings, which she engraved on copper, and coloured with her own hands.
I had forgotten the fact until I received the little engraved invitation a week or two ago.
The little cards, however, with names engraved on them, are a more serious problem than the flowers.
A tall man with a perplexed countenance, wearing a big badge with "City Marshal" engraved upon it, stood over him.
"I'm sure I am," echoed Amy, poring over the engraved copy of the Madonna and Child, which her mother had given her in a pretty frame.
"As you say, there could be no mistake about the knife, because she had given it to him herself, and had had his initials engraved upon it at Plymouth.
Stupidly, senselessly, now, sitting beneath the shade of an overhanging sycamore, she was looking at the plain gold shield, with the star-shaped little flower engraved upon it.
The frames of their buck-saws were cherry-red, the blades blued steel, and the fresh cut ends of the sticks--poplar, maple, iron-wood, birch--were marked with engraved rings of growth.
I have read somewhere that a stone engraved with a Celtic god, who holds what looks like a rose in one hand, has been found somewhere in England; but I cannot find the reference, though I certainly made a note of it.