This classic handbook explains how to construct hundreds of patterns from all periods and styles.
It classifies ornaments into distinct categories, including traditional plant and animal devices, striped and chevron patterns, interlaced and crossband designs, and other motifs.
More than 400 illustrations depict patterns from textiles, ceramics, and jewelry.
Softcover, 400 pages, 400 illustrations, 1 x 5.4 x 8.4 inches
Reprint of Traditional Methods of Pattern Designing, second, 1929 edition.