Featuring a lavish selection of ornaments — decorated with flowers, mythological creatures, and other fanciful touches — this treasury of royalty-free art also includes striking designs incorporating classical columns, a rich selection of heraldic designs, and a variety of charming callig... read more
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Featuring a lavish selection of ornaments — decorated with flowers, mythological creatures, and other fanciful touches — this treasury of royalty-free art also includes striking designs incorporating classical columns, a rich selection of heraldic designs, and a variety of charming calligraphic alphabets. A priceless resource for artists and designers.
Reprint of Kleines Ornamentenbuch..., Lissa u. Gnesen, 1843.
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