Late English Georgian Symbols/Motifs

Symbols/Motifs:
Architectural and interior details include swags, urns, pediments, paterae (oval or circular forms with radiating lines), anthemions or honeysuckles, classical figures, lyres, laurel wreaths, columns, pediments, and other classical elements. Furniture motifs include swags, urns, paterae, Prince of Wales feathers, lyres, vases, wheat, ribbons, honeysuckles, drapery, classical figures, architectural details and repeating patterns.

Below are examples of either symbols or motifs on Late English Georgian furniture, interiors or exteriors.




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