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Full-size design for a wallpaper with a large pattern of pomegranate surrounded by sprays of cinquefoil flowers and leaves all set within the outline of a leaf-shape. Above and below are swirling leaf-forms.
Design, by AWN Pugin, 19th century
Design by Pugin
One of forty-one pages from a pattern book entitled 'Rough notions of Ornament based on Wild Flowers', by R. Kent Thomas
Design, probably full-size for a decorative border with a running foliage pattern and cinquefoil white roses. Probably not in Pugin's hand.
Design for the border to a decorative panel, probably for a ceiling, with alternative trefoil leaves and a cinquefoil flower linked by a curving line.
Full-size design for a wallpaper with half drop pattern with a stylised floral motif of a cinquefoil flower on a stem with leaves under a crown, separated by a small decorative quatrefoil motif.
Full-size design for wallpaper with a half-drop pattern of a pomegranate set within a cinquefoil flower shape which has below it a stem and leaves and above it a pineapple. There is a grained background. Not in Pugin's hand.
Design for a textile with ogival stems and containing alternately a single cinquefoil flower on a stem with eight leaves and a triple leaf motif.
Design for a furnishing textile
Albert Edward Hayes. Design for a printed muslin with a pattern of formalised leaves and cinquefoil flowers forming a trellis, within two vertical bands of leaves and flowers. British, c.1905
Albert Edward Hayes. Design for a printed muslin. Cinquefoil flowers. British, c.1905
Red earthenware stamped with a design of a quarter of a circular medallion with a border of cinquefoils enclosing a rose, inlaid with white clay and glazed. From Worcester Cathedral. English, second half 15th century.
Glazed earthenware impressed with a pattern filled in with white clay and consisting of a cinquefoil. From Bristol Cathedral. English, 13th century
Fragment of earthenware stamped with a design of a portion of a circular band and a cinquefoil, glazed. From Lilleshall Abbey, Shropshire. English, 14th century.
Enamelled gold ring, set with a green pearl between two cinquefoils, with a fleur-de-lis and quatrefoil on the shoulders, possibly England, ca.1575
Childs commode chair